Church of the Holy Communion Dallas Cathedral

Church of the Holy Communion Anglican Catherdral is a part of the Diocese of Mid-America (REC) within the Anglican Church in North America.

Church of the Holy Communion Anglican Pro Catherdral is a part of the Diocese of Mid-America (REC) within the Anglican Church in North America.

Palm Sunday

[04/05/20]   Morning prayer begins in 15 minutes! See you then!

Palm Sunday Service Bulletin

Palm Sunday Service Bulletin The Service Bulletin for Palm Sunday-April 5th is available for you.
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The Palm Sunday Service Bulletin (April 5th at 9:00am) is ready for you!
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The April 2020 Carillon

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final installment of Lenten series

We hope the fifth and final installment of our Lenten series given by Bishop Ray Sutton blesses you!

Did you miss us live for morning prayer? Never fear, you can pray along with us anyway! May the Lord bless you as you offer up your sacrifice of Praise and Thanksgiving praying along with us from this morning.

Part Four of Lenten series "With Christ in the Wilderness"

We at Church of the Holy Communion hope this blesses you on this the feast of the Annunciation!

Join us in prayer as often as you can.

Church of the Holy Communion Dallas Cathedral

Did you miss us live for morning prayer? Never fear, you can pray along with us anyway! May the Lord bless you as you offer up your sacrifice of Praise and Thanksgiving praying along with us from this morning.

[03/22/20]   See you all in 30 minutes for our 9:00 am Livestream of Morning Prayer!

Church of the Holy Communion Dallas Cathedral

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Stream our service live on Sunday at 9:00am.

Church of the Holy Communion Anglican Catherdral is a part of the Diocese of Mid-America (REC) within the Anglican Church in North America.

Church of the Holy Communion Dallas Cathedral

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Stream our service live on Sunday at 9:00am.

Church of the Holy Communion Anglican Catherdral is a part of the Diocese of Mid-America (REC) within the Anglican Church in North America.

We at Church of the Holy Communion pray that this third installment of our Lenten series blesses you! Please enjoy!

2020 CHC Photos

2020 CHC Photos

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March 2020 CHC Newsletter

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Give to REC100 during Lent. The vision is to plant 100 missions and churches in the Reformed Episcopal Church.

St. James Brotherhood at CHC sponsors the Habitat for Humanity Walkathon on February 29!

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Lenten Soup Suppers 2020

Our Lenten Soup Suppers are right around the corner! Please sign up if you can help.
Thank you!

signupgenius.com Our Lenten Series topic for 2020 is With Christ in the Wilderness: A Study in Temptation-  Our 5 week series starts on March 4th and ends on April 1-every Wednesday night.  5:30pm Stations of the Cross, 6:00pm Soup Supper, 6:30pm Lenten Speaker If you can help with soup, set up, desserts, bread, ...

Join us on Feb. 17 for Women, Wine, & Wisdom!

2020 CHC Photos

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2019 Photos

2019 Photos

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CHC Newsletter January-February 2020

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REC Diocese of Mid-America - ACNA

Solemn Choral Evensong - Friday, February 7th at 7:00pm
on the Occasion of the 20th Anniversary of the Consecration of The Most Rev. Ray R. Sutton. Please RSVP to [email protected] or 972.248.6505.

The Prime Timers are making shoe box floats at the Mardi Gras Party!

Prime Timers Event- February 21!

Membership Development hosts the Daddy-Daughter Dance & Mother-Son Ice Cream Social at Church of the Holy Communion Cathedral.

A Christmas Video from Bishop Ray Sutton & Church of the Holy Communion Cathedral

A Christmas Message

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Christmas Lessons and Carols

Christmas Lessons and Carols

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December Newsletter

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Ladies- Mark your Calendar for Bunco!

Men- Mark your calendars for Theology on Tap!

Men- Mark your calendars for Theology on Tap!

Please join us for Thanksgiving Eve Service at 6:00pm!

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Don't miss the HCW Fall Bake Sale just in time for Thanksgiving!

Could you bake for our sale? The drop off for baked items is November 23rd!

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The November Newsletter

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The October 2019 CHC Newsletter

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The September Carillon

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Anglican Church in North America

Dear Brothers and Sisters in the Anglican Church in North America:

I am writing to you on behalf of Archbishop Foley, our Primate, who is on vacation and sabbath time until September. He has asked me in my role as Dean of the Province to serve in an interim capacity for him. Together with our Deans (+Guernsey, +Atwood, and +Allen), we are working with our excellent provincial staff to address needs as they arise. It is in this capacity that we have felt led of the Lord to offer some words of sympathy, prayer, and direction as two cities in the U.S. where we have churches have experienced horrible tragedy.

Our hearts are saddened and grieved by the devastating shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio. To all of our brothers and sisters in these cities, we offer our deepest condolences and prayers for your communities. Thankfully, to our knowledge so far, none of our Anglican Church in North America brothers and sisters were directly affected. Even so, there are some things that we can do:

First, keep praying for the victims and their families. I know many of us have already begun to do this in our worship. Yet, the emotional, physical, and spiritual collateral damage from the slaughter of innocent people is far reaching. Let us continue to remember the survivors in these suffering families before the Lord.

Second, those of us in the immediate vicinities can seek ways to offer the compassion of Christ. We give thanks for the churches that we have heard from that are offering pastoral support and grief counseling. One act of mercy many of us can do no matter where we live is to give blood.

Third, pray for God to give our political leaders His wisdom. Ask for their responses to be what will restrain evil without making good people more vulnerable to wickedness (Romans 13:3).

Four, allow the Holy Spirit to create a greater passion in our lives to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ to change hearts and lives. The Prophet Jeremiah says, “The heart is deceitful above all things and desperately wicked” (17:9). The same prophet said, “I will give them a heart to know Me . . . for they will return to Me with their whole heart” (24:7). Only our God can change a human heart from evil to a heart filled with the Holy Spirit. St. Paul wrote these words, “If anyone is in Christ he is a new creature” (2 Cor. 5:17). He would know; he was once a murderer before he met Christ.

We have Good News for sad times. Jesus Christ “came not for the righteous but sinners” (Mark 2:17). Our Lord can turn hearts from hate to love. But we must witness to the transforming love of Jesus Christ more than ever before. How will people hear if we do not go?

May the Lord use the Anglican Church in North America to reach our hurting cities with the healing light of Jesus’ presence!

In Christ,

+Ray Sutton
Dean of the Anglican Church in North America

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CHC August 2019 Newsletter

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17405 Muirfield Dr
Dallas, TX
75287

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Sunday 09:00 - 17:00
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