Lenten Evening Prayer begins at 6:15 p.m. Daily Evening Prayer (p. 115 of the Book of Common Prayer) is read Mondays through Thursdays. The service takes about 15-20 minutes and is composed of two readings from Holy Scripture as well as a psal ...
Each Sunday two people are asked to bring the gifts of bread and wine to the altar during the Offertory. If you wish to do this, please tell one of the Greeters (a member of the Vestry who welcomes and gives out the bulletins). We would like e ...
Many people have made comments on how the bell choir has enhanced the beauty of our worship. Rehearsals will resume on Tuesday, January 13th, at 7:00 pm in the church. We are looking for new ringers that would be interested in ringing with ...
Preparing the Altar for the 11 a.m. Eucharist is an essential and fulfilling task. We have a small group of committed volunteers who would love to welcome additional helpers to their ranks. Speak to Rodger if you would like to volunteer or hav ...
Join us on Sunday afternoon March 29 at 5:00 p.m. for a very special event. We will be presenting the silent film classic The King of Kings by Cecil B. DeMille. Dr. Steven J. Ball, noted concert, theatre, and silent film organist will be featur ...
Do you have a March birthday? If so please join us for a celebratory lunch at the rectory immediately following the 11:00 a.m. Eucharist on Sunday March 1st at 336 South Camac Street. We start to make our way over to the house after the Postlude.
The topic of this week's Lenten discussion is, "Being Present At Our Work". Joine us at 6:30 p.m. for a celebration of the Eucharist and at 7:00 for this week's Lenten discussion.
Prayer Around the Cross begins at 7:00 p.m. Please join us in this hour of silence, prayer, and meditation.
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What does Being Present really mean? What does it look like? How am I present to my life? This Week’s Topic: Rodger will speak about Being Present To Our Spiritual Selves, Drawing on Our Anglican Tradition
The Rt. Rev. Fred Borsch, the retired bishop of L.A. who now teaches New Testament and Anglican Studies at the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia has agreed to lead our Lenten retreat on Saturday, March 28, instead of the published da ...