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4/18/2021 | 3rd Sunday Easter Morning Prayer Service

Fr. Eliacín lead the congregation in Morning Prayer and shares a reflective short post Easter benediction by Kelly Ann Hall.

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Easter Morning Prayer Service 2021


HAPPY EASTER!!

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Good Friday Service | April 2, 2021

 

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Maundy Thursday Service | April 1, 2021

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3/21/2021 | Lent 5 Morning Prayer Service

Fr. Eliacín leads the congregation in the Morning Prayer Service. Ricci Kilmer and Deacon Liz Van Dyke lead the readings.

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3/14/2021 | Lent 4 Morning Prayer Service

Fourth Sunday in Lent

Fr. Eliacín leads the congregation in the Morning Prayer Service. Deacon Liz lead the readings of the Gospel

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Link to article mentioned in Fr. Eliacín’s reflection – “Will The Congregation Come Back?” Should Not Be Our Biggest Concern (6 Better Questions) By Karl Vaters. https://bit.ly/3csxna9

Link to book mentioned in Fr. Eliacín’s reflection: My Grandmother’s Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Pathway to Mending Our Hearts and Bodies, By Resmaa Menakem. https://bit.ly/3qE4aOr

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3/7/2021 | Lent 3 Morning Prayer Service

 

Third Sunday in Lent

Fr. Eliacín leads the congregation in the Morning Prayer Service. Jackie Grove and Deacon Liz lead the readings.

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2/28/2021 | Lent 2 Morning Prayer Service

 

Second Sunday in Lent

Fr. Eliacín & Deacon Liz leads the congregation in the Morning Prayer Service.

Carrie Beede leads the congregation in worship through traditional Lenten hymns.

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2/21/2021 | First Sunday in Lent Morning Prayer Service

First Sunday in Lent

Fr. Eliacín leads the congregation in the Morning Prayer Service. Deacon Liz shred a reflection on the Gospel reading.

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Ash Wednesday Service @ Home, Feb. 17, 2021

Fr. Eliacín and his family mark the beginning of 2021 Lenten Season with Ash Wednesday Service from their home.

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We are using an adapted from the Book of Common Prayer, page 264. You are welcome to use this format or use your Prayer Book if you prefer. As for ashes, you can put some olive oil in the tip of your fingers and rub a previous lighted match.

If you received ashes from the church, you can mix the ashes with a few drops of oil (any oil is acceptable) to create a simple paste that would stick to your forehead if you are doing the sign of the cross. Another way is to take some ashes in your fingers and sprinkle them over your head. The sprinkling of ashes is an ancient practice found among German Christians in the tenth century and England among the faithful in the eleventh century.

You can do this service any time of the day; however, my invitation is that you do it early, making the whole day one of spiritual reflection and stillness. Take some time to set the space for the service. You may want to light a candle, or a few. Begin the service, and end the service in silence. Do not read or pray in a hurry. Let the words and images in the readings surround you. Give time for your heart to catch up with your head. Remember, that you are in holy ground.