Online Worship Opportunites During COVID
SJEC is hosting live Sunday morning prayer at 10:00 am. Check your email for a Zoom invite. If you are not on the SJEC email list, contact the office.
You can view the Lectionary calendar of readings here.
We also have worship & music resources on our website here.
- Daily Office: Mon – Fri at 6:00 am & 8:00 am; Friday Night Evensong at 8:00 pm (all times Central)
- St. Mark’s Episcopal Cathedral
Click the link for livestream and recorded services
- Washington National Cathedral
Click the link to see times (all times Eastern)
- Washington National Cathedral previously recorded services
- House of Prayer: Click here for an update and a Zoom invitation to join weekly meditative prayer on Wednesdays from 5:30pm – 6:30pm.
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SJEC is following the guidance of ECMN in re-opening the church building. The SJEC COVID 19 committee is creating a plan to allow us to resume in-person service in the future when we can worship safely and in accordance with ECMN’s guidance.
At this time, we are NOT holding in-person services. We will continue to host Sunday morning prayer via Zoom. Keep checking the e-news and our website for future updates!
This New York Times article has some practical advice for living our lives during a pandemic, especially as cases increase across the United States. Stay safe!
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