St. John's Episcopal Church Dallas, Dallas, TX Video April 21, 2019, 12:55am

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Vigil time.

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Morning Prayer I Psalm 25 (p. 614) Exodus 18:13-27 Matthew 3:1-6

Easter 3 worship. April 26. Bulletin at

Friday morning prayer.

Morning Prayer I Psalm 18:1-20 Exodus 16:10-21 John 15:12-27

St. John's Episcopal School chapel for Wednesday, April 22: Doubting Thomas.

Morning Prayer II Psalm 119:1-24 (p. 763) Exodus 15:22-16:10 John 15:1-11

Morning Prayer, rite 1. Psalms 5, 6 (BCP 588)

Morning Prayer II (April 20, 2020) Psalms 1, 2, and 3. Exodus 14:21-31 John 14:1-17

Easter 2 liturgy, April 19 2020

A joke, Morning Prayer Rite 1, a poem

Morning Prayer II (April 16, 2020) Psalms 146 + 147 Exodus 13:3-10 Matthew 28:16-20

Easter chapel from St. John's Episcopal School.

April 14. Morning Prayer, Rite 2.

Morning Prayer Rite I (April 13, 2020)

Easter Sunday (out of sync version)
All. Apologies for the technical difficulties this morning. Unfortunately, they could not be fixed and the video and audio are still out of sync. However, you'll still hear some wonderful music and the good news that Christ is risen. Peace. Fr. Houk.

Good Friday liturgy.

Morning Prayer, Rite 1

Maundy Thursday liturgy

Morning Prayer Rite I (April 9, 2020)

Fr. Houk and David Porcheddu with Holy Week chapel for St. John's Episcopal School

Morning Prayer Rite II (April 8, 2020)

Rite I Morning Prayer (April 6, 2020)

Palm Sunday liturgy

Morning Prayer II (April 2, 2020)

St. John's Epsicopal School's online chapel for April 1. No foolin.
David Porcheddu talks about prayer as a way of staying centered in a time of disappointment.

Morning Prayer II (April 1, 2020)

Morning Prayer, Rite 1. Tuesday, March 31. Begins on page 38 in the BCP.

Morning Prayer Rite 1 (March 30,2020)

Morning Prayer

Wednesday Worship for St. John's Episcopal School

It’s Floyd, the church dog.

Parking lot improvements while we wait to return to church.

Vigil time.

The Epiphany Pageant 2018
As far back as the twelfth century, Epiphany has been the traditional time for plays. Besides the endless dramatic possibilities with the Epiphany story, drama has always been a powerful medium for conveying the church's teachings. So, it is fitting that this year, we return to our roots by moving our annual Christmas presentation inside the church on the Feast of the Epiphany which falls on Saturday this year. Epiphany means, “to show forth,” “to make an appearance”. And so, this year, the youth will be presenting the Gospel narrative in a dramatic presentation accompanied by the enduring music and choral works that warms your heart and provides memories for years to come.

You never know in Sunday school when the kids are going to just break out in song. The new children’s choir has taken hold with many of the youth and you can see the result #Choir #SingToTheLord

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