Opening Hymn: #101 “O Jesus Crowned with all Renown” Venite w/Easter Antiphon at the beginning (pp8-9 in the BCP; p325 in St. Dunstan’s) Psalm: 67 (pp418-419 in the BCP; pp85-86 in St. Dunsan’s) OT Lesson: OT Lesson: Ezekiel 34:25-end 1st Canticle: Te Deum (pp10-11 in the BCP; pp351-352 in St. Dunstan’s) NT Lesson: NT Lesson:…

Opening Hymn: #288 “O Worship the King” Holy Communion (through the Creed): pp. 67-71 Collect: 4th Sunday After Easter pg. 174 Epistle: James 1:17 pg. 174  Gospel: John 16:5 pg. 175 A Bidding Prayer: pp. 47-48 Concluding Collects: pp. 49-50 The Blessing: pg. 84 Closing Hymn: #117 “Sing of Mary”

Opening Hymn: #396 “The Church’s One Foundation” Inviatory Anthem: Venite w/Easter Antiphon (pp. 8-9, BCP) Psalm: 113 (p. 484, BCP) OT Lesson: 1 Samuel 2:1-10 1st Canticle: Te Deum (pp. 10-11, BCP) NT Lesson: 1 Peter 2:11-18 (p. 173, BCP) 2nd Canticle: Benedictus (p. 14, BCP) Collect of the Day: Easter 3 (p. 173, BCP) Closing Hymn: #537…

Texts: 1 Peter 2:11-17, 1 Samuel 2:1a-10 For anyone who is familiar with the Book of Common Prayer, the idea that we have two different lectionaries is well known. Regardless of whether you use one of the classical texts, like our 1928 American edition or one of the newer texts, like the 2019 ACNA or…

Opening Hymn: 345 “The King of Love my Shepherd Is” Venite w/ Easter Antiphon: pp. 8-9 in  BCP (p 325 in St. Dunstan’s) Psalm 23: p. 368 in BCP (pp. 27-28 in St. Dunstan’s) OT Lesson: Isaiah 40:1-11 1st Canticle: Te Deum: pp. 10-11 in BCP (pp. 351-352 in St. Dunstan’s) NT Lesson/Gospel Proper John…

Many of you have either read or seen movie adaptations of Victor Hugo’s 19th Century masterpiece, The Hunchback of Notre Dame. According to Hugo, the reason he originally began his novel was to bring awareness of Gothic architecture to his contemporaries in light of some less-than-beautiful trends in church buildings and renovations that were common…

“Alleluia! Christ is Risen! He is risen indeed! Alleluia!” This is the traditional greeting and response for the Easter season. We are here today to celebrate our Lord’s Resurrection. Indeed, there is a sense that every Sunday is a commemoration of the Resurrection, every Sunday is a little Easter. But Easter Sunday is that great…

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