The Episcopal Church of Saint Thomas the Apostle (Dallas, Texas), Dallas, TX Video January 20, 2019, 8:09pm

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For those who missed Bishop Gene Robinson’s sermon today, here is the audio rebroadcast. Please share.

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Join us for Grace this Sunday at 8 and 10 am!

In honor of the feast day for Saint Francis, come join us for our annual Blessing of the Animals service. Wednesday, October 2, at seven pm in the garden next to our chapel. 🐶🐱🐭🐹🐰🦊🐻🐼🐨🐯🦁🐮🐷🐸🐵🐔🐧🐦🐤🐣🦆🦅🦉🦇🐺🐗🐴🦄🐝🐛🦋🐌🐞🐢🦎🦖🐙🦑🦐🐠🐡🦀🐟🐬🐳🐋🦈🐊🐅🐆🦓🦍🐘🦛🦏🐪🐫🦒🦘🐃🐂🐄🐎🐖🐏🐑🦌🐐🦙🐕🐩🐈🐓🦃🦚🦜🦢🕊🐇🦝🦡🐁🐀🐿🦔 And of course all are welcome to join us!

Psalm 118:14 ...The Lord is my strength and my song, and has become my salvation.

Serenading Mother Joy ahead of her last Sunday with us

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For those who missed Bishop Gene Robinson’s sermon today, here is the audio rebroadcast. Please share.

Practicing the procession into the church

Preparing for Sunday

Eternal Father, you gave to your incarnate Son the holy name of Jesus to be the sign of our salvation: Plant in every heart, we pray, the love of him who is the Savior of the world, our Lord Jesus Christ; who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, in glory everlasting. Amen.

Almighty God, you have poured upon us the new light of your incarnate Word: Grant that this light, enkindled in our hearts, may shine forth in our lives; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Here is a short film called “He Came Down”, reflecting upon the meaning of Advent. “If you’re feeling rejected, excluded, a stranger... remember the one who came down to the manger”

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Third Sunday of Advent
Stir up your power, O Lord, and with great might come among us; and, because we are sorely hindered by our sins, let your bountiful grace and mercy speedily help and deliver us; through Jesus Christ our Lord, to whom, with you and the Holy Spirit, be honor and glory, now and for ever. Amen.

Merciful God, who sent your messengers the prophets to preach repentance and prepare the way for our salvation: Give us grace to heed their warnings and forsake our sins, that we may greet with joy the coming of Jesus Christ our Redeemer; who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever. Amen.

Advent Conspiracy began with a radical idea. It asked, “What if we are doing Christmas all wrong?” Every year, we find ourselves complaining or stressed out by: ▪️Seeing Christmas decorations set up at the mall earlier than last year ▪️Dealing with the endless list of people you need to buy gifts for ▪️Standing in long lines, waiting for the cashier to ring you up ▪️Competing with the neighbors to see whose house decorations best exemplify the Christmas spirit In short, what if we took the “mess” out of Christmas, and put Christ back into it?

News flash!

A moment for those before us that have shaped our faith and love of God

On All Souls’ Day (November 2), we remember the departed. Let us especially remember those who died from acts of violence and hatred.... Let us pray... Loving God, you are the author and sustainer of our lives. You know the anguish of the sorrowful, you are attentive to the prayers of the brokenhearted. Hear your people who cry out to you in their need; strengthen their hope in your lasting goodness. We pray today for those who have died because of violence, of terrorism. Draw them to yourself; let your face shine upon them. May they be greeted with choirs of angels and experience your eternal peace and joy. Be near to all those who have been touched by violence: those who have been hurt, lost their loved ones or lost their sense of security. Be for them a steady comfort and safe resting place. Soften the hearts and steady of the minds of those who would do violence to others. May hate be replaced with love, violence with peace and darkness with your light. Amen.

Let me but live my life from year to year, With forward face and unreluctant soul; Not hurrying to, nor turning from the goal; Not mourning for the things that disappear In the dim past, nor holding back in fear From what the future veils; but with a whole And happy heart, that pays its toll To Youth and Age, and travels on with cheer—Henry Van Dyke on the future

Let us give thanks to God our Father for all his gifts so freely bestowed upon us. Let us pray...

The Butterfly Effect by Lon Rogers and starring Father Ray Ball and Nancy LeGros

Keep watch over your heart; that’s where life starts.

Let us remain faithful and full of hope

How may we pray for you today?

Thank you to Vivacious - The Womens Choir of Dallas/PH for your performance during our luncheon

➡️A Prayer for Aid Against Perils Lighten our darkness, we beseech thee, O Lord; and by thy great mercy defend us from all perils and dangers of this night; for the love of thy only Son, our Saviour, Jesus Christ. Amen. A Prayer Book for Soldiers and Sailors (1941) http://justus.anglican.org/resources/bcp/1928/S&S_index.htm

It’s 🔆Awake, O Soul Wednesday🔆! Come, rest your weary mind, body and soul with this 10 minute prayer. ▶️ Try this to best prepare for our time together: http://thedoubter.org/aosw/

What can men learn from women about faith and spirituality? And why don’t men take spirituality seriously? Be with us as the Saint Thomas Book Club shifts gears from faith and politics to the spiritual journeys of men and women. Beginning October 8 we will discuss Richard Rohr’s book 📖From Wild Man to Wise Man📖, 10am in the South Room.

It’s 🔆Awake, O Soul Wednesday🔆! Come, rest your weary mind, body and soul with this 10 minute prayer. ▶️ Try this to best prepare for our time together: http://thedoubter.org/aosw/

On Sunday September 23, the Dallas Public Library is hosting a LGBTQ Teen Forum called Poppin' Pride. It will be a safe space for queer teens to share their opinions on how the library can better serve them. There will be free popcorn, board games, and a chance to win prizes! All teens (13-18) are welcome. ➡️ For more information, contact For any questions, you can contact me at this email Francesca Ruiz ([email protected]) or April Gain at [email protected]⬅️

Join us Tuesday, September 25, at 10am in the South Room and we discuss the problem of poverty as a “spiritual and religious issue”

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