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Holy Week marks the high point of the Christian year when we celebrate the passion and resurrection of our Lord. The rites specific to these days connect us to the earliest forms of Christian worship and, therefore, mark a key point in the yearly liturgical round of our sanctification. The mysteries of Christ's life made present on these days form that life in us as well. My hope is that some of us will be able to take part in

The Book of Common Prayer asks us to observe a holy Lent "by self‑examination and repentance; by prayer, fasting, and self‑denial; and by reading and meditating on God’s holy Word." To help us read and meditate on God’s holy Word, we will be taking time each week to study St. Paul’s letter to the Philippians together at noon on Tuesdays via Zoom. Fr. Will will introduce the reading from Scripture and facilitate the discussion. There will be no preparation or outside

Week 1: Praying with the BCP In this session, we will look at the Book of Common Prayer with an emphasis on daily prayer. The Book of Common Prayer is at the heart of our life as Episcopalians but can often intimidate us when we try to open it up. We will start to navigate the various parts of the BCP to understand some of the services that make up our liturgical life together. We will end our time together by