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Sunday, March 9, 2014

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The First Sunday In Lent

The First Sunday In Lent

On the first Sunday in Lent, we ask God to save us in the time of trial -- to think on his mercy and not our many offenses. Always timely.

As you prepare your heart and mind for Lent, you might find these sermons helpful.

Read more about Lent.

Almighty God, whose blessed Son was led by the Spirit to be tempted of Satan; Make speed to help thy servants who are assaulted by manifold temptations; and, as thou knowest their several infirmities, let each one find thee mighty to save; through Jesus Christ thy Son our Lord, who liveth and reigneth with thee and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Holy Eucharist ID: 106214; 2 pers.; 3 prog.; [18 words]
8:00 AM

This 25-30 minute service in the Chantry Chapel includes lessons, prayers, a short homily and a said Mass.

Sung Eucharist ID: 106215; 5 pers.; 3 prog.; [60 words]
9:00 AM

Sung by the Junior Choristers.

Theology Class: Sick People in the Bible ID: 106216; [80 words]
10:00 am - 10:45 am

This class meets on Sunday mornings, beginning Feb 2, at 10am and is repeated on most Thursday afternoons beginning Feb 6, at 12:40pm. There are several kinds of sickness in the Bible, including conditions like infertility, death itself, leprosy, demonic possession, fever, lameness, and injury from a fall. There is also evil done, as when...

Litany & Choral Eucharist ID: 106217; 4 pers.; 12 prog.; [13 words]
11:00 AM

Sung by the Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys. Sermon by Fr Mead.

Choral Evensong ID: 106219; 2 pers.; 10 prog.; [13 words]
4:00 PM

Sung by the Saint Thomas Choir of Men and Boys. Sermon by Fr Austin.

Organ Recital: Patrick Scott ID: 106220; [75 words]
5:15 PM

The Saint Thomas Organ Recital Series is free and open to the public. Usually starting very close to 5:15pm, it follows the 4pm service on most Sundays from September through May. The use of cameras and recording devices is strictly prohibited during the performance. Today's recital is by Patrick Scott of Charlotte, North Carolina. The...

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