June 27, 2017

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December 24, Christmas Eve

5PM Christmas Pageant with Eucharist

8:30PM A concert of carols

9PM  Worship with Eucharist

        

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Engaging the Eucharist

offered 3 times a year to help us deepen our experience of worship together.

      

Saturday, October 10, 2015  9-11am

Saturday, January 30, 2016 9-11am

next class - Saturday, May 14, 2016 9-11am


Eucharist means Thanksgiving in Greek. 

It is the word that we use to describe the whole dramatic sweep of our worship service on Sunday Mornings- Holy Eucharist.  From the prelude to the postlude and everything in between, we are giving thanks to God. 


  For the fully Christian life is a Eucharistic life:  that is, a natural life conformed to the pattern of Jesus, given in its wholeness to God, laid on His altar as a sacrifice of love, and consecrated, transformed by His inpouring life, to be used to give life and food to other souls.   ~ Evelyn Underhill  

 

Our invitation, as worshipers, is to be present for this life changing experience of Eucharist and recognize how God is being revealed to us as we offer ourselves on the altar of thanksgiving.  And then we are sent out in to the world, to be the very Body of Christ and give life to the world we encounter.

 

In this workshop, we will investigate and experience the various was that we engage worship with our bodies, minds, and spirits.  You will be invited to try out worship practices that may be familiar or foreign to you and then reflect on these experiences.  This is a wonderful way to consider more deeply the worship you were taught as a child or explore for the first time the worship practices of the Episcopal Church.