To know Christ and to make Christ known
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Presiding Bishop Michael Curry calls us to follow Jesus, and he sets out seven practices to help us in following Jesus’ Way of Love. Each Tuesday in Lent, I will send out a link to a video reflection for Lent on one of these seven practices. Today, here is a video introducing this series, and here is the link for the first practice.
Remember the simple ways we are called to follow Jesus this Lent: turn, learn, pray, worship, bless, go, and rest. Let us offer these practices to God, as we can during the week, and trust that our faithfulness will be light and leaven to this community and our world.
P.S. remember your devotional booklet or the Episcopal Relief and Development materials or Forward Day by Day. And start a Gospel soon. Last, Fr. Ed's 100th birthday is on March 10. Watch the Tartan and emails for more details
Yours in Christ,
Resources for on-line worship
Bishop Rickel's message for Lent
Bishop Rickel's book selections for Lenten reading
Friendly tips for on-line worship
Once you get to our Facebook page, our Livestream will appear in the right-hand column, beginning at 9:55, giving you plenty of time to connect before the service commences at 10:00 a.m. If you have trouble finding the Livestream window, consult our Troubleshooting Guide. If you find the window and cannot connect, try several times. If it still doesn't work, please email us and let us know so that we can try and fix the problem.
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