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Mount Holly, New Jersey  08060

 

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Virtual Services, Studies and Downloads

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SUNDAY BULLETIN
LIVE SUNDAY ON FACEBOOK AT 9AM 
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MORNING PRAYER PDF
LIVE MONDAY-FRIDAY ON FACEBOOK AT 9AM 
EVENING PRAYER PDF
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LIVE MONDAY-FRIDAY ON FACEBOOK AT 5PM 
STATIONS OF CROSS PDF
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FRIDAY ON FACEBOOK AT 6PM 
LENTEN STUDY PDF:
LIVING WELL THROUGH LENT
WEDNESDAY STUDY ON ZOOM AT 6:30PM.

St. Andrew's is wanting to stay connected to the community, and is encouraging members and seekers to partake in recorded and live streaming worship services.  The schedule right now is:

Monday - Friday

Morning Prayer @ 9am

Evening Prayer @ 5pm

Live streaming on Facebook

Wednesday

Lenten Study:  Living Well Through Lent 2020

Live streaming on Zoom

Friday

Stations of the Cross (during Lent) @ 6pm

Live streaming on Facebook

Sunday

Rite One Mass (during Lent) @ 9am

Live streaming on Facebook

The Book of Common Prayer is online under "The Daily Office":

https://www.bcponline.org/

Morning and Evening Prayer is a part of the Anglican/Episcopal tradition dating back centuries.  It is a form of worship that does not involve Eucharist, but instead focuses on meditating on the Word and prayers.  Morning prayer was the time of the day when the community gathered to pray to begin their day; affirming their faith, praying to God, and listening to scripture. Same with Evening prayer--prayers, scripture, and affirmation at the end of the day.  Even when they could not gather together these prayers were used to unite them--they were a community at prayer continually.  

 

 In using Rite 1, we are reaching back to our heritage of 1549 when these offices were first said in English.  So we not only connect with our current community, but generations praying the office since the inception of the Book of Common Prayer.

 

 

The NY Times released an article about the struggle churches are facing.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/14/opinion/coronavirus-church-close.html

Assist us mercifully, O Lord, in these our supplications and prayers, and dispose the way of your servants towards the attainment of everlasting salvation; that, among all the changes and chances of this mortal life, they may ever be defended by your gracious and ready help; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.