Help us, Eternal God, to remember that each and every one of us is a child of God; Jesus and Judas, George and Derek, black and white, deaf and hearing, blind and seeing, disabled and enabled, islanders and tourists, Jew and Gentile, female and male, old and young. Is anything too wonderful for the Lord? Eternal […]
You can watch a recording of this Sunday’s service here. The entire diocese worshiped together.
June 4, 2020 Dear Ones,These are trying times for everyone, but none more than the people of color of this country, who have never achieved equality or justice though a light has been shined on that disparity so many times, before our lifetimes, and in our lifetimes. The responsibility for changing this is on us […]
Our Presiding Bishop has an Op Ed in the Washington Post. As always, and I have to say especially in this situation, his words are timely, relevant, moving. You can read it here. Also, he preached at the Washington Cathedral today and you can see that here. And then, finally his statement on the unrest of last […]
We will have a virtual morning prayer service on Sunday morning. Please go to Facebook Live.
You can listen or watch and listen as you prefer.
Dear Lord, We pray together for the whole world as wecelebrate Pentecost. We ask the light of your Holy Spirit to guide us in our timeof uncertainty. Bless the clergy and churches, in their service to our world inneed of your comfort and reassurance. Let us not hold fear,not feel divided, but gathered together toward […]
Dearest Lord, in you we have taken refuge. Hold us, the peoples of the world, in your loving wisdom as we confront a common challenge in the corona virus. We depend on your guidance during these uncertain times. We will not let our hearts be troubled. We believe in God. Dearest Lord, your church is […]
he bulletin is available here.