In the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, welcome!
This sung Eucharist is a Rite I service, meaning that it uses the more traditional language of the 1979 Book of Common Prayer, as opposed to the Saturday evening service, which uses the Rite II (more contemporary) language of the same prayer book. This service includes lessons, prayers, congregational singing, a sermon, and Holy Communion. All baptized Christians are welcome to make their communion in The Episcopal Church.
If you aren’t yet baptized but are considering it, let us know! Contact us and we’ll be happy to talk about it.
We welcome Evan Craig Reardon to the pulpit this morning. Evan has been at the Cathedral of All Saints, Albany, since 2017, where he serves on Chapter, as an acolyte, and in various other ministries. In addition to his liturgical responsibilities, Evan leads poetry reading groups and gives presentations on the intersections of faith and the arts. He is the librarian and archivist for The Flow Chart Foundation.
Thank you to Joan Suda for playing at the 10am service today while Derek is away.
As we continue to follow COVID protocols, there is no coffee hour following this service. We look forward to the return of coffee hour and other opportunities to gather socially when the time comes.
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