Weekly Dispatch, June 3rd, 2020
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A Message from Fr. Bryan

Dear Friends in Christ,

It was wonderful to worship with you in person this past Sunday. We had a larger group than I expected, and as far as I can tell, the "said" service went well. I especially enjoyed leading from the Book of Common Prayer, and I look forward to doing that moving forward. It may also be nice to use the Book of Common Prayer, rather than a digital liturgy, on Wednesday evenings. Please click on the form below to take a short survey about using the BCP at home.

The Easter season is now over, and our next gathering will be Trinity Sunday. We will continue to practice social distancing during our gatherings, and we will continue to meet on Wednesdays for Evening Prayer via Zoom. If you did not get a chance to read our protocols last week, you can still find them online, so feel free to have a look.

We experimented with our first Facebook Livestream this past Sunday, and we had several people tune-in. I understand that the sound quality was not very good, so I will work to make some improvements before our gathering this coming Trinity Sunday. Also, for those of you who do not have a Facebook account, I am going to try to stream the service on both Zoom and Facebook Live. I've been told this is possible, so I will send out a notification to the church before Sunday, providing instructions.

The women's group will meet again next Tuesday evening at the Hollon home, and the men's group will meet for the first time on Saturday, June 13th. Joe Russell has offered to host, so we are planning a breakfast at his house, hopefully on his back porch. Stay tuned for more information on that gathering.

Finally, I've been in contact with Brian Tritibaugh, and he is being put on medication for high blood pressure. Pray for continued improvement in his health and that he can get back to work soon.

Looking forward to our Trinity Sunday service!

Grace & Peace,

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    BCP on Wednesday Evenings

    Please click the link below and let me know whether you would be comfortable using the Book of Common Prayer, rather than a digital liturgy, for Evening Prayer on Wednesdays.

    Pentecost Sermon by Fr. Bryan

    A message from the series "Sermons from Lectionary Texts." Fr. Bryan Preaches a sermon about nations and races on Pentecost Sunday, 2020.
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    The Daily Office

    Interested in a simple way to pray the daily office from the Book of Common Prayer? Follow this link for text and audio versions of morning, noon, and evening prayer. The site is hosted by our friend, Fr. Michael Jarrett.

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