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Parish notices to: by Thursday afternoon.

Rectory: 328-3042

14 January 2021

“Not only with our lips but in our lives”

Public worship continues this week in circumstances of risk mitigation.

Services On Sunday
January 17, 2021

  • No in-person worship

  • Worship Online

  • Find Sunday’s Bible readings at [link]

  • Find every day’s Morning, Mid-Day & Evening Prayer and Compline (modern language) at [link].

In view of the covid situation the Wardens announce that there will be no in-person services in the Parish this Sunday (17 January). Many, many on-line services are available in the diocese:  [link].   A former rector recommends the services from the National Cathedral (Washington):  [link]

Among those we hold up in prayer: Billie, Carolyn, Cathy, Cole, Connie, Danielle, Doreen, Frankie, Freda, Gary, Glenn, Graeme, Helen, Jack, James, Jason, Jean, Jeremy, Joanne, John, Katherine, Kevin, Lawrence, Lewis, Linda, Marg, Margaret, May Izabella, Meghann, Melba, Melissa, Nadine, Pauline, Peter, Robert, Russel, Steven

To add (or delete) a name to the parish prayer list, speak to Pat Margison (328-8146) or Wendell Parkinson (325-9519).

This coming week’s birthdays: Robert Flewelling, Jordan Graham, Mallory Martin, Jennifer Sewell, Kim Smith, John Wilson, Alana Smith

Are we still remembering the Food Bank ministry when we shop?  What is most needed is luncheon meat/fish for children’s lunches and tinned tomatoes. Next deliveries: St. John’s (18 January); St. Mark’s (25 January); Holy Trinity (8 February)

Among the riches of the internet is the possibility of a winter ashram-style retreat, 12-14 February: see [Winter Ashram Style Retreat link]

Most of us could not talk for 5 minutes about the Trinity without uttering several things that the early Church condemned as heresies. (I’ve discovered that I have unknowingly embraced Sabellianism.) Here’s a terrific historical introduction to the doctrine of the Trinity in the very early Church:  [YouTube Video link]

Remember that there’s a convenient way to get a cheery greeting to someone stuck in hospital. The hospital will deliver it. Check out:  [link]

Please consider benefitting the “Corporation of the Anglican Parish of Richmond” in your will. The parish has received many bequests over the years, without the interest on which we could not make it financially.


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