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Guided meditations to start your day by Dr. James Alexander, Professor Emeritus of Education at Kentucky Wesleyan College (United Methodist), Episcopalian and membership in the Third Order Franciscans (TSSF).

The Episcopal Church

Sunday Zoom services

First of two parts of the service from July 4, 2021. We lost internet connection in the middle of the service and were not able to record the homily. 

Second part of the July 4, 2021 recording.

Palm Sunday - This is our first Sunday in our sanctuary in a year.  

Our service is based on the worship at Taize in France. Thousands of people come to Taize every year to experience worship based on Scripture, times of silence, and repetitive chants. Our worship draws on these elements to help us to focus on God and our faith.
based on the worship at Taize in France.

Trinity joined with other Episcopalians throughout the diocese to worship online with Christ Church Cathedral.  Bishop Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows presided over the service and preached the sermon.

Trinity Sunday.  This is the feast day celebrating the Christian doctrine of the Trinity, the three Persons of God:  the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.

Pentecost Sunday.  Pentecost is one of the church's great feast days.  It recalls the descent of the Holy Spirit on the apostles and other early followers of Jesus.

Rogation Sunday.  Rogation Days have been observed since the 5th Century.  Rogation means to ask God's blessing of the harvest, earth, and sea, reminding ourselves that we are the stewards of Creation.  Originally an agricultural observance, it has been broadened and made more inclusive - the crops, the catch of the sea, and the fruits of our labors.  On this day, we also bless our seeds and tools of our gardens.

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