Bringing the Font to the Center of Our Life

By Dale Grandfield Certain liturgical and theological shifts in the Book of Common Prayer 1979 ended up being revolutionary for Episcopalians. This is why many still feel, even 38 years later, that we have a “new” prayer book. A clear emphasis on the bishop – and a priest only as...

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All About Morning Prayer

On second Sundays at the 11:15 a.m. service — 10:15 a.m. in summer — St. Paul’s liturgy is Morning Prayer. We hope you will continue to join us! What is Morning Prayer? It is one of two Offices: Daily Morning and Evening Prayer. What is a Daily Office? Office here...

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The Summer Lectionary

The Revised Common Lectionary which provides the schedule of Scripture readings we use Sunday after Sunday provides two options during the Sundays after Pentecost. These are commonly called “tracks.” The track we usually use (“Track 2”), coordinates the readings from the Old Testament thematically to the Gospel reading of the...

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