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The Rev. Peter Huang

Readings for October 15 (track 2)
The parable of the wedding banquet. We are all invited.

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It’s a Holy Hoedown!

Saturday October 21, 3:30pm – 7:30pm

Two step frankie is hosting a family country hoedown/ fundraiser!!
In aid of the Ministries and Missions of St Francis. Food, fun, fellowship, and line dancing to live country music band – ‘Big City’.

Tickets at the door – $5 per person, under 5’s Free!
Download your flyer here…

Choral Evensong Service

Saturday October 28, 4:00pm

A Traditional Service of Evening Prayer with Special Choral Music.
Dedicated to the Victims of Human and Natural Violence.

 

Lobet den Herrn Motet #6 by Johann Sebastian Bach
Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis by William Byrd
Psalm 113 “Laudate Pueri” by Giovanni Pergolesi

St Francis Online Academy

churchnextlogoFree, first-class Christian Education
Find out more – contact Rev. Peter

Christian Education at St Francis through ChurchNext, an Episcopal online learning resource. Video classes can be taken individually at home at your own pace or together with other parishioners.

Classes are free and led by leaders of our church, such as our Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, Stephanie Spellers, and Bishop Mary Gray-Reeves. Contact Rev. Peter to find out how to sign up and be a part of this learning process.

Love God, Love Others, Serve the World

How do we pursue the abundant life of which Jesus spoke?

  • Love God;
  • Love Others;
  • Serve the World.

How will we know when we’ve arrived?

We’ll experience “a peace the world can never give.” Read more here…

 

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In addition to infant care and Sunday School, children are always welcome in our worship services.
Sundays at 8 am
Holy Communion – Chapel

Sundays at 10 am
Holy Communion – Church

Wednesdays at 12:10
Holy Communion – Chapel

4th Tuesdays at 7:00pm
Taizé Service of Healing and Wholeness– Chapel

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