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Let us pray.
Proper Psalms are,
O Lord, in all our схххні. .
Proper Lessons. favour, and further us with thy conFirst. Ezek. Chap. xxxiii. verse tinual help, that in all our works 1 to verse 10.
begun, continued, and ended in Second. St. John, Chap. X. verse thee, we may glorify thy holy 1 to verse 19.
name, and finally by thy mercy 1 Morning Prayer ended, the Priest who acts as obtain everlasting life, through Jethe Institutor, standing within the rails of the Altar, shall say,
sus Christ our Lord; who hath EARLY beloved in the Lord, taught us to pray unto thee, O
we bave assembled for the Almighty Father, in his prevailing purpose of instituting the Rev. A. name and words, B. into this Parish, for Church) as
Our Father, who art in HeaPriest and Rector for Associated ven, Hallowed be thy Name; Thy Rector, or Assistant Minister) of Kingdom come; Thy Will be the same; and we are possessed of done on Earth, as it is in Heayour vote that he has been so elect- yen; Give us this day our daily ed; as also of the prescribed Let- bread; And forgive us our trester of Institution. But if any of passes, as we forgive those who you can show just cause why he trespass against us ; And lead us may not be instituted, we proceed not into temptation; But deliver no further, because we would not us from evil: For thine is the Kingthat an unworthy person should dom, and the Power, and the Glominister among you.
ry, for ever and ever. Amen.
1 Then shall the Priest who acts as the Institutor If any objection be offered, the Priest who acts
receive the Incumbent within the rails of the Alas the Institutor shall judge whether it afford
tar, and present him the Bible, Book of Common just cause to suspend the service. No objection
Prayer, and Books of Canons of the General and being offered, or the Priest who acts as the Institutor choosing to go on with the service, he shall
State Convention, saying as follows: next read the Letter of Institution; and then shall the senior Warden, (or the Member of the let them be the rule of thy Vestry supplying his place) present the keys of conduct in dispensing the divine the Church to the new Incumbent, saying, N name and behalf of
word, in leading the devotions of Parish [or Church], I do receive the people, and in exercising the and acknowledge you, the Rev. A. discipline of the Church; and be B. as Priest and Řector (or Asso-thou in all things a pattern to the ciated Rector, or Assistant Minis- flock committed to thy care. ter] of the same, and in token 1 Then shall be said or sung the following Anthem.
Laudate Nomen. thereof, give into your hands the
PRAISE the Lord, laud keys of this Church.
the name of the Lord : praise Then the new Incumbent shall say, A. B. receive these keys of it, ye servants of the Lord. the house of God at your
Psalm cxxxv. verse 1.
2 Ye that stand in the house of hands, as the pledges of my Institution, and of your parochial recog
the Lord; in the courts of the house
of our God. Verse 2. nition, and promise to be a faithful of our God. Shepherd over you, in the name of
3 O praise the Lord, for the the Father, and of the Son, and of
Lord is gracious: O sing praises the Holy Ghost.
unto his name, for it is lovely.
Verse 3. 1 Here the Instituting Minister shall begin the Ötlice.
4 The Lord is grácious and merMin. The Lord be with you. ciful, long suffering and of great Ans. And with thy spirit. goodness. Psalm cxlv. verse 8.,
5 The Lord is loving unto every Church ; give thy grace, we beman; and his mercy is over all his seech thee, to thy servant, to works. Verse 9.
whom the charge of this congre6 All thy works praise thee, Ogation is now committed ; and so Lord; and thy Saints give thanks replenish him with the truth of unto thee. Verse 10.
thy doctrine, and endue him with 7 The Lord doth build up Je-innocency of life, that he may rusalem; and gather together the faithfully serve before thee, to the outcasts of Israel. Psalm cxlvii. glory of thy great name, and the verse 2.
benefit of thy holy Church, through 8 He healeth those that are Jesus Christ, our only Mediator broken in heart; and giveth medi- and Redeemer. Amen. cine to heal their sickness. Verse 3. 9 The Lord's delight is in them O HOLY Jesus, who hast pur
chased to thyself an universal that fear him, and put their trust Church, and hast promised to be in his mercy. Verse 11.
with the ministers of Apostolic 10 Praise the Lord, O Jerusa- Succession to the end of the world; lem; praise thy God, o Zion. be graciously pleased to bless the Verse 12. 11 For he hath made fast the is now appointed to offer the sa
ministry and service of him, who bars of thy gates; and hath bless-crifices of prayer and praise to thee ed thy children within thee. Verse in this house, which is called by 13.
thy name. May the words of his 12 He maketh peace in thy bor- mouth, and the meditation of his ders; and filleth thee with flour heart be always acceptable in thy of wheat. Verse 14.
sight, O Lord, our strength and 13 He is our God, even the God
our Redeemer. Amen. of whom cometh salvation; God is the Lord by whom we escape O fier of the faithful, visit, we
GOD, , death. Psalm lxviii. verse 20.
14 O God, wonderful art thou pray thee, this congregation with in thy holy places, even the God thy love and favour ; enlighten
their minds more and more with and power unto his people. Bless- the light of the everlasting Gospel; ed be God. Verse 35.
graft in their hearts a love of the Glory be to the Father, and to truth ; increase in them true rethe Son,
and to the Holy Ghost; ligion; nourish them with all goodAs it was in the beginning,'is ness; and of thy great mercy keep
them in the same, o blessed Spinow, and ever shall be, world without end.
rit, whom with the Father and the Min. The law was given by
Son together we worship and gloMoses.
rify as one God, world without
who over all, blessed for evermore. Amen.
our Lord Jesus Christ, the great
Shepherd of the sheep, through OST gracious God, the giver the blood of the everlasting Cove
, who, of thy wise providence hasi good work to do his will, working appointed divers orders in thy in you that which is well pleasing
Min. & Peop. Who is God. Thought again from the dead
Let us pray.
this form :
in his sight, through Jesus Christ ; the foundation of the Apostles and to whom be glory for ever and Prophets, Jesus Christ himself beever. Amen.
ing the Chief Corner Stone; grant 1 Then shall the instituted Minister kneel at the that, by the operation of the Holy Altar to present his supplication for himself—in
Ghost, all Christians may be so 0
LORD my God! I am not joined together in unity of spirit,
worthy that thou shouldest and in the bond of peace, that they come under my roof; yet thou may be an Holy Temple accepthast honoured thy servant with able unto thee. And especially, appointing hiin to stand in thy to this congregation present, give House, and to serve at thy Holy the abundance of thy grace; that Altar. To thee and to thy ser- with one heart, they may desire vice I devote myself, soul, body, the prosperity of thy holy Aposand spirit--- with all their powers tolic Church, and with one mouth, and faculties. Fill my memory may profess the faith once deliverwith the words of thy law; en-ed to the Saints. Defend them lighten understanding with the from the sins of heresy and schism; illumination of the Holy Ghost;" let not the foot of pride come and may all the wishes and desires nigh to hurt them, nor the hand of of my will centre in what thou the ungodly to cast them down.” hast commanded. And, to make And grant that the course of this me instrumental in promoting the world may be so peaceably ordersalvation of the people now com-ed by thy Governance, that thy mitted to my charge, grant that I Church may joyfully serve thee may faithfully administer thy holy in all godly quietness; that so they Sacraments, and by my life and may walk in the ways of truth doctrine set forth thy true and live- and peace, and at last be numberly word. Be ever with me in the ed with thy Saints in glory everperformance of all the duties of lasting, through thy merits, O blessmy ministry; in prayer, to quick-ed Jesus, thou gracious Bishop and en my devotion; in praises, to Shepherd of our souls, who art, heighten my love and gratitude; with the Father and the Holy and in preaching, to give a readi-Ghost, one God, world without ness of thought and expression end. Amen. suitable to the clearness and ex- I Then shall follow the Sermon : and after that the cellency of thy Holy Word. Grant instituted Minister shall proceed to the Commu. this for the sake of Jesus Christ thy
nion Service, and to administer the holy Eucha
rist to his Congregation: and after the BenedicSon our Saviour.
tion, (which he shall always pronounce) the 1 The instituted Minister, standing up, shall say,
Wardens, Vestry, and others shall salute and The Lord be with you.
welcome him, bidding him God speed. Ans. And with thy spirit.
1 When the Bishop of the Diocese is present at the institution of a Minister, he shall make to him the address prescribed in this Office in the form
of a letter; and may perform such other duties hast built thy Church upon may choose.
herein assigned the Instituting Minister as he
Let us pray.
O AL MIGHTY God, who
PSA L M S,
SUITED TO THE
FEASTS AND FASTS OF THE CHURCH,
PUBLISHED BY W. B. GILLEY,
No. 92 Broadway
Y the Bishops, the Clergy, and the Laity of the Protestant
Episcopal Church in the United States of America, in Convention, this 13th day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty-nine
This Translation of the Whole Book of Psalms into Metre, with Hymns, is set forth, and allowed to be sung in all Congregations of the said Church, before and after Morning and Evening Prayer, and also before and after Sermons, at the discretion of the Minister.
And it shall be the duty of every Minister of any Church, either by standing directions, or from time to time, to appoint the Por. tions of Psalms which are to be sung.
And further, it shall be the duty of every Minister, with such assistance as he can obtain from persons skilled in music, to give order concerning the Tunes to be sung, at any time, in his Church: And, especially, it shall be his duty, to suppress all light and unseemly music, and all indecency and irreverence in the performance; by which vain and ungodly persons profane the service of the Sanctuary.