Singers, musicians invited to be part of Lessons and Carols

Trinity Episcopal Church, Fort Worth, will host a service of Advent Lessons and Carols on Sunday, December 3 at 5 pm.  Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price and Fort Worth Independent School District Kent Scribner will be among the readers from the wider community. Church musicians and choir members from across the diocese are invited to be part of this uniquely Episcopal (Anglican) service. Interested people should contact Debbie Clark at for more information. Rehearsals will be held on Sunday afternoons, November 12,…

Night in Bethlehem offers a Bible-times experience

Mark your calendars for A Night in Bethlehem on Saturday, December 3, from 5 – 8 pm at St. Martin-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church and School, Keller/Southlake. Worship with Holy Communion will be followed by children and family activities designed to transport folks back through time to the town of Bethlehem. Family and friends will move together from station to station in the Bethlehem marketplace, including: Bethlehem Bakery – taste delicious bread from the time of Jesus’ birth. Metal Shop – create one-of-a-kind nameplates.…

Advent 2016

Bishop J. Scott Mayer has issued a message as we begin the Season of Advent, encouraging us all to follow the examples of Mary and Joseph in saying “yes” to God. Watch the video below, or on YouTube. This video is closed captioned.

Advent resources for 2016

Do you want to add meaning and joy to your Advent journey, as you prepare your heart for Christmastide in hopeful expectation? Online resources can provide some inspiration in the midst of your busyness AdventWord from SSJE You can probably fit in a reflection on a single word, right? Maybe even talk about it as a family? AdventWord offers a great way to reflect on one little word each day, and respond with images and prayers that speak to your heart. There are…

Explore nativity scenes as a prayer resource

St. Alban’s in Arlington invites you to an Advent retreat “Exploring Nativity Scenes” on Saturday, December 17 at the Theatre Arlington Education Building, located at 316 W. Main St. The event is part of an occasional series exploring various methods of prayer. The retreat, from 9 am to noon, will consider the origins of nativity scenes, their use throughout the world and their symbolism. Bring $12 for supplies to make your own Nativity. Register with Dave Burrows by calling St.…
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