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St. John's Episcopal Church is a charming growing small church in the north end of New Rochelle, NY . St. John's is located at 11 Wilmot Road, New Rochelle, NY 10804, at the intersection of Wilmot Road, Mill Road and North Avenue, a rising town in Westchester County, north of New York City. The church is headed since 1994 by (The Rev. Dr.) Rayner W. Hesse, Jr. Pastor, affectionately called "Rusty." He delivers "dialogue" sermons as part of service that is once each Sunday at 9:30am until 11am. The compelling services also feature an eclectic mix of songs and hymns, sung by the choir and led by the musical director, Eric Jennings. Click here to go to the main page listing all videotaped services for St. John's Episcopal Church.
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Info about the VidecClips and contact info - 3/18/2007 service
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The Videoclips listed on this page show a service in the church given by Dr. Hesse, as videotaped by Frank Sisco. See the storyboard below for the Videoclips. For more information, contact Frank Sisco at ideasmoney@aol.com or by phone at 914.740.4422, or Dr. Hesse via the church at 914.636.0047 or by email at stjohnsnr@aol.com. The parish website is at The parish website is at http://stjohnsnr.dioceseny.org
Storyboard of Videoclips # 1 through # 7.
(Click on the play arrow to play each video. You can use the pause and play buttons to operate videos out of the numbered order.)
Videoclip # 1
Videoclip # 2
FROM THE BEGINNING: The videoclip covers (a) the time before the service, including (a) the short drive (with snow around) to church with a song playing on Frank's car's CD player (Joseph Arthur singing his song "Dear Lord" from the CD "Redemption's Son" (b) outside views of the church and (c) some views inside the church before the service. The videoclip covers from the start of the service , then (a) Introit - Amado Nervo in "Gifts of Many Cultures" (b) At the Opening - Hymn 487 (c) Opening Acclamation (d) The Collect for Purity (e) Song of Praise (sung) (f) A Collect of Silence (g) Meditation (Old Testament Scholar Phyllis Trible in "Wrestling with Scripture" (e) A Reading from the Book of Joshua (4:19-24; 5:9-12) by Toni Poinsette (f) an excerpt from "Seeking Us Out, Bringing Us Home " written by Martin Copenhaver and read by Dr. Hesse and (g) A Reading from The Second Letter of Paul to the Corinthians (5:17-21) by Rob Seitz.
Videoclip # 3
Videoclip # 4

The videoclip covers (1) the Gospel of Luke (Jesus told about the father who had two sons, and said to one "This brother of yours was dead, and he's alive! He was lost, and he's found!") and (2) the Homily (with a dialogue sermon led by Dr. Hesse, including a discussion of the story of the prodigal son which only appears in the Gospel of Luke, background information of property division customs at that time, and various metaphors contained in the story.

The videoclip covers the following: (a) the Creed (b) The Prayers of the People (led by Theresa Clark) (c) The Confession of Sin and (d) The Absolution (e) Offertory Sentence and Response (f) At the Offertory - singing of "Creator of Mountains" (g) ) - missing the beginning sentences of Dr. Hesse saying "May God be with you." and the People saying "The Spirit is with us" - then starts The Great Thanksgiving, including a song that begins "God of mercy and God of love" (h) A Prayer of Jesus (sung) (i) The Peace, including an exchange of greetings among parishioners (j) announcements including information about the upcoming tag sale, Easter-related activities, memorial service for Ray Fox's father on Saturday 3/24/07 at 4pm,and Dr. Hesse reporting that Ray Faulk attributes his amazing recovery to the cards and letters and support he has received from parishioners.

Videoclip # 5
Videoclip # 6

The videoclip covers singing "Spirit, I Have Heard You Calling."

The videoclips covers (a) The Invitation to Communion and Communion (John Sheehan as Chalicist), including Eric Jennings playing on piano "Spirit, I Have Heard You Calling" (b) The Post Communion Prayer (in unison) (g) A Four-Fold Franciscan Blessing (adapted) (but missing part of it due to changing videotapes) (h) At the Closing - "God's Great Love is So Amazing (Tune: Converse; Lyrics: Carolyn Wilfred Gillette) " and (i) The Dismissal.

Videoclip # 7
Not used.

The videoclip covers (a) views in St. Francis' cottage of some of the items for the tag sale (b) views outside of church. with snow and (c) short drive to Frank Sisco's home, with a song playing on the car's CD player (Joseph Arthur singing his song "Dear Lord" from the CD "Redemption's Son"). THE END

   

 

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