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Holy Week + Easter 2021
We hope you will join us!

Maundy Thursday : April 1 at 7pm
On this evening we remember Jesus’ command that we love and serve one another as he modeled in his life and death. In our celebration of Holy Communion, will also remember his instruction that we are to take, break and share bread in his memory. This service ends in silence after the stripping of the altar and flows into the Good Friday Service. 
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Good Friday : April 2 at 7pm
This liturgy is centered on the story of Christ’s Passion, this time from St. John’s Gospel. We join in Christ’s prayer from the cross, praying at length for all the world’s needs using an ancient form of the Prayers of the People. Once again, there is no dismissal; our liturgy continues at the Great Vigil of Easter.
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The Great Vigil of Easter : April 3 at 8pm
This year’s celebration will be shared with six other congregations from the Russian River Deanery. We will gather after… Continue reading

Centering Prayer for the week beginning February 28 and March 7, 2021
With Rod McAulay

Instructions: Find a quiet space where you can comfortably sit upright for at least 20 minutes. Turn off phones and other distractions. Set you timer. Close your eyes. Listen to your breath. You can select a sacred word (e.g., peace, maranatha, be still) to say to yourself with each breath. Quiet your brain. If thoughts push in, let them drift away like a leaf on a stream and return to your sacred word. Rest in the presence of your creator.

March 7

A fundamental theme in Christian faith is that healing and wholeness come from being broken open and apart. And when we talk of healing we are considering all manner of healing: physical, spiritual, psychological, social and environmental. We seek healing of our bodies, our societies and our land and seas. Centering Prayer is a practice that allows us to sit with all our brokenness, not fussing with it trying to fix it, but just sitting with it and with God. We admit God, “from whom no secrets are hid” and “who knows our needs before we ask” to be with us amidst the… Continue reading

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