St Gabriel's - San Gabriel Episcopal Church

St Gabriel's - San Gabriel Episcopal Church

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This is a grubhub and door dash meal train for Bill and Diane Bell. Please donate if you are able.
Hi all! Is anyone else attending this on Sunday, 3:00-5:00 p.m.? https://www.facebook.com/302185423061/posts/10157227623318062/?d=n
Feliz Navidad! ❤️🎄
We are sharing with our Neighbors who otherwise would not have a Thanksgiving Meal. If you would like to join in the fun and donate some needed items please check out our link. If you have any questions please contact Deacon Holly [email protected] #loveyourneighborfeedyourneighbor #thanksgivingmeals
Blessing of the Animals 2019
If you are planning on joining us at Day of Service at JK Community Farm please use this signup genius to let us know. The Farm can only accommodate 40 volunteers at a time. August is National Wellness Month and nutrition is a huge component of wellness. Let's harvest together and spread wellness into our community! #loveyourneighborfeedyourneighbor
La Nueva Mayoria de Virginia te invita al

“TALLER DECORACIÓN DE GLOBOS “
GRATIS 🎁🎈🎊🎉 GRATIS

Te daremos las herramientas básicas para que aprendas a decorar una mesa para las fiestas de cumpleaños y más..

Ven a conocer más del trabajo que está haciendo nuestra Organización
www.newvirginiamajority.org para apoyar el talento de nuestra Comunidad 💪

Para Inscripciones:
Isamar 571-524/3097
Hannah 303) 408-0480
Our first of many Easters at St. Gabriel’s. Love our new church family! 💟✝️
Love your neighbor, no buts! Amen!

The Rev. Daniel Velez Rivera, Vicar St Gabriel's is a bilingual (English and Spanish), multicultural, and inclusive church in the Diocese of Virginia.

We follow the teachings of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ to love God above all things and our neighbors as ourselves. Therefore, all are welcome in this place with no conditions or exceptions. Join us at 10am for worship in English at the Belmont Ridge Middle School. Coffee hour right after service. Join us at 3pm for worship in Spanish at St. Gabriel's @ St. James, 14 Cornwall Street NW, Leesburg. Welcome, ¡[email protected]!

Operating as usual

[05/03/21]   A prayer of solidarity for all people in India that are affected by the Covid crisis.

Gracious God, helper of all who turn to you for strength and succor, we ask your presence and protection for the people of India, suffering so terribly in the immediate surge of coronavirus infection and in the unbearable loss of so many people in these unprecedented numbers.

We ask healing and restoration for those made sick by this viral infection, and pray that you will move the hearts of the leaders of countries to provide vaccine and oxygen and resources to help India confront and battle this surge and bring comfort, relief and healing to the suffering. We pray you to surround the sick with the mantle of your loving protection, and to come to the dying with hope and peace.

As we pray for the people of India, in this terrible surge, we continue to offer intercession for people across the world facing the peril of coronavirus, and the fear and grief which are the fruit of this disease. Make us brave and strong and faithful to live into our high calling in times of extraordinary uncertainty, that we may always and in every circumstance make our witness to your love for all people through our Lord Jesus Christ. And we ask all these things for the sake of your Name. Amen. (The Rt. Rev. Andrew Dietsche, Diocese of New York)

Pascua 5 (B) – 2 de mayo de 2021 05/03/2021

Pascua 5 (B) – 2 de mayo de 2021

Pascua 5 (B) – 2 de mayo de 2021 LCR: Hechos 8:26–40; Salmo 22:24–30 (LOC); 1 San Juan 4:7–21; San Juan 15:1–8 En este primer domingo del mes de mayo, al que llamamos el mes de las flores, nuestro mundo, después de más de un año, aún sufre y trata de sobreponerse a los graves estragos producidos por la pandemia del COVI...

05/02/2021

Dios le bendiga en este quinto domingo de Pascua de parte de la Congregación de San Gabriel en Leesbur, VAl

¡Bendiciones y [email protected] a la Misa!

05/02/2021

Blessings from St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church in Leesburg, VA

We are glad you can join us on this Fifth Sunday of Easter. Peace!

04/30/2021

El Santo Rosario con la comunidad de la Iglesia Episcopal San Gabriel en Leesburg, VA

El Santo Rosario en este último viernes del mes de abril con la congregación de San Gabriel en Leesburg, VA. ¡Bendiciones!

Timeline Photos 04/30/2021

Weekly E-Trumpet: April 30, 2021 - https://mailchi.mp/59a3f6b37807/weekly-e-trumpet-apr-30

Weekly E-Trumpet: April 30, 2021 - https://mailchi.mp/59a3f6b37807/weekly-e-trumpet-apr-30

04/25/2021

La feligresía de San Gabriel en Leesburg, VA le desea un hermoso domingo. Gracias por unirse hoy a la Santa Misa

Cuarto domingo de Pascua con San Gabriel en Leesburg, VA

04/25/2021

Blessings on this fourth Sunday of Easter

St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church in Leesburg, VA welcomes you to worship with us virtually. All are welcome!

Timeline Photos 04/24/2021

Weekly E-Trumpet: April 24, 2021 - https://mailchi.mp/24ef752b785d/weekly-e-trumpet-apr-24

Weekly E-Trumpet: April 24, 2021 - https://mailchi.mp/24ef752b785d/weekly-e-trumpet-apr-24

04/23/2021

El Santo Rosario

El Santo Rosario

Racial Justice Audit – The Episcopal Church 04/23/2021

Racial Justice Audit – The Episcopal Church

La Iglesia Episcopal publicó una auditoría de sus líderes sobre la justicia racial en la Iglesia. Este informe ofrece información sobre raza y poder en la Iglesia.
https://www.episcopalchurch.org/publicaffairs/episcopal-church-releases-racial-justice-audit-of-leaders/ (haga clik en la versión en espanol cuando entre a la página)

Cuando vaya a esa página puede registrarse en cualquiera de las siguientes charlas sobre justicia racial (con interpretación simultánea en español):

1) La auditoría de justicia racial: Una visión general:Martes, 11 de mayo de 2021, a las 6:00 pm (EDT)

2) La auditoría de justicia racial: Los 9 patrones dominantes: Martes, 1 de junio de 2021, a las 6:00 pm (EDT)

3) La auditoría de justicia racial: ¿Hacia dónde vamos?: Martes, 29 de junio de 2021, a las 6:00 pm (EDT)

La lucha para la equidad y justicia continuará siempre en la Iglesia Episcopal. ¡Bendiciones!

Racial Justice Audit – The Episcopal Church Alguien dijo una vez que medimos las cosas que nos interesan. Durante los últimos dos años, la Iglesia Episcopal ha reunido información cuantitativa y cualitativa entre más de 1300 miembros de los órganos clave de liderazgo de la iglesia. El resultado ha sido la Auditoría de Justicia Racial de...

Episcopal Church releases racial audit of leadership, citing nine patterns of racism in church culture 04/22/2021

Episcopal Church releases racial audit of leadership, citing nine patterns of racism in church culture

We invite you to read this press release of the Episcopal Church Racial Justice Audit. The audit cites 9 patterns of racism in our church culture. These are the links for the article and for the racial audit: https://www.episcopalnewsservice.org/2021/04/19/episcopal-church-releases-racial-audit-of-leadership-citing-nine-patterns-of-racism-in-church-culture/. We've requested the Spanish version of the article.

We ask you to prayerfully consider signing up for the series of informational webinars that will discuss the Racial Justice Audit:
https://www.episcopalchurch.org/ministries/racial-reconciliation/racial-justice-audit/ (

The Racial Justice Audit: An Overview: Tuesday, May 11, 2021, at 6:00 pm (EDT) – Register here: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUlf--spjouEtJu94Prq4I5JHwPJWldQQPw

The Racial Justice Audit: The 9 Dominant Patterns: Tuesday, June 1, 2021, at 6:00 pm (EDT) – Register here: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMkd-GvqDgtH9IBgYf-M34qyIhqfy_TBkPo

The Racial Justice Audit: Where Do We Go from Here?: Tuesday, June 29, 2021, at 6:00 pm (EDT) – Register here: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEudeCrqjMqE9dqHRcAyca8tJ0eflsK6xlN

We cannot change or heal, what we don't acknowledge. From our Baptismal vows: "Will you strive for justice and peace among all people, and respect the dignity of every human being?" ~ "Lucharas por la justicia y la paz entre todos los pueblos, y respeteras la dignidad de todo ser humano?"

Episcopal Church releases racial audit of leadership, citing nine patterns of racism in church culture [Episcopal News Service] The Episcopal Church publicly released a report on April 19 that assesses the racial makeup and perceptions of a broad sampling of the church’s leadership and summarizes ho…

04/22/2021

An Earth Day Message: Life Wants to Live
Bishop Susan Goff

Four years ago, a strong winter wind blew down a tree in the park in my neighborhood. The crown of the tree landed in the small lake and the roots stood upright, exposed on the bank. That spring, the tree burst into bloom, then leafed out fully in its new life turned sideways. Life wants to live.

This spring, the tree is leafing out again. Birds find shelter in its branches. Fish find safety in the submerged crown. Insects of many kinds find sustenance. Life wants to live. Even when turned sideways, life wants to live.

On this Earth Day, the fifty second in the United States, we recognize how human choices have turned life sideways for many species on this planet. We recognize the great diversity of living things as we grieve the loss of so many species. We celebrate that life wants to live.

God give us courage to turn ourselves sideways for the sake of all living things on this beautiful, complex, intricate, life-sustaining planet, our island home. God help us, who want to live, to choose life for all creatures and, by so doing, to choose life for ourselves and our descendants.

An Earth Day Message: Life Wants to Live
Bishop Susan Goff

Four years ago, a strong winter wind blew down a tree in the park in my neighborhood. The crown of the tree landed in the small lake and the roots stood upright, exposed on the bank. That spring, the tree burst into bloom, then leafed out fully in its new life turned sideways. Life wants to live.

This spring, the tree is leafing out again. Birds find shelter in its branches. Fish find safety in the submerged crown. Insects of many kinds find sustenance. Life wants to live. Even when turned sideways, life wants to live.

On this Earth Day, the fifty second in the United States, we recognize how human choices have turned life sideways for many species on this planet. We recognize the great diversity of living things as we grieve the loss of so many species. We celebrate that life wants to live.

God give us courage to turn ourselves sideways for the sake of all living things on this beautiful, complex, intricate, life-sustaining planet, our island home. God help us, who want to live, to choose life for all creatures and, by so doing, to choose life for ourselves and our descendants.

A Message from the Bishops of Virginia Following the Verdict in the Chauvin Trial 04/21/2021

A Message from the Bishops of Virginia Following the Verdict in the Chauvin Trial

A Message from the Bishops of Virginia Following the Verdict in the Chauvin Trial:
http://www.thediocese.net/news/a-message-from-the-bishops-of-virginia-following-the-verdict-in-the-chauvin-tri/

Keep watch, dear Lord, with those who work or watch, or weep this night, and give your angels charge over those who sleep. Tend the sick, Lord Christ; give rest to the weary, bless the dying, soothe the suffering, pity the afflicted, shield the joyous; and all for your love’s sake. Amen.

The Bishops of Virginia

A Message from the Bishops of Virginia Following the Verdict in the Chauvin Trial A Message from the Bishops of Virginia Following the Verdict in the Chauvin Trial

04/18/2021

Dios le bendiga en este Tercer Domingo de Pascua

Iglesia San Gabriel, Leesburg, VA

04/18/2021

Blessings on the Third Sunday of Easter

St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church, Leesburg, VA

Timeline Photos 04/17/2021

Weekly E-Trumpet: April 16, 2021 - https://mailchi.mp/8ace81a38e00/weekly-e-trumpet-apr-16

Weekly E-Trumpet: April 16, 2021 - https://mailchi.mp/8ace81a38e00/weekly-e-trumpet-apr-16

04/15/2021

¡Únase a mí y vacúnese contra el Covid! En línea: https://vaccinate.virginia.gov/preregister-es.html

Por teléfono: 877-829-4682, presione "2" para español. El centro de llamadas del estado está abierto todos los días de 8 a.m. a 8 p.m.

¡Únase a mí y vacúnese contra el Covid! En línea: https://vaccinate.virginia.gov/preregister-es.html

Por teléfono: 877-829-4682, presione "2" para español. El centro de llamadas del estado está abierto todos los días de 8 a.m. a 8 p.m.

04/11/2021

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What a great day for vaccinations! 400 more people are protected tonight! Thanks to Loudoun County's Health Department, St. James' Episcopal Church, New Virginia Majority, and St. Gabriel's. We helped provide 24 Spanish-speaking volunteers that gave Latino constituents from Loudoun County access to vaccinations. In gratitude also to the all Dulles Area Muslim Society for inviting St. Gabriel's to receive vaccinations tomorrow, Sunday! Thanks be to God!

https://www.facebook.com/stories/266711824063383/UzpfSVNDOjEwMjI1ODMwNTk0MDA5NTY0/?view_single=1&source=shared_permalink

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Timeline Photos 04/10/2021

Weekly E-Trumpet: April 10, 2021 - https://mailchi.mp/df16d4dbec94/weekly-e-trumpet-apr-10

Weekly E-Trumpet: April 10, 2021 - https://mailchi.mp/df16d4dbec94/weekly-e-trumpet-apr-10

Indigenous People, the Doctrine of Discovery and the Episcopal Church 04/08/2021

Indigenous People, the Doctrine of Discovery and the Episcopal Church

It Ain't Easy Being Native: Indigenous People, the Doctrine of Discovery and the Episcopal Church

Monday, April 19, 2021 | 12-1:30 p.m.
The Rev. Dr. Bradley Hauff (Oglala Sioux), Indigenous Ministries Missioner for the Episcopal Church, will lead this workshop on the impact of the Doctrine of Discovery, early missionary and colonization efforts, and the involvement of the Episcopal Church. The current realities and challenges of Indigenous life will also be presented, with suggestions on how the Church can most effectively and appropriately respond to the injustices of the past. Register using the following link:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/indigenous-people-the-doctrine-of-discovery-and-the-episcopal-church-tickets-142753524635

Indigenous People, the Doctrine of Discovery and the Episcopal Church Examining the situation of Indigenous Americans, beginning with the pre-Columbian historical context and beyond.

Phases: COVID-19 Vaccine | Loudoun County, VA - Official Website 04/07/2021

Phases: COVID-19 Vaccine | Loudoun County, VA - Official Website

Free Covid Vaccines for Loudoun residents at ADAMS, Sterling.
Sun Apr 11 10am-6pm - Vaccine - ADAMS Ashburn Mosque/BCRC Synagogue FIRST DOSE(Sun Apr 11) & SECOND DOSE(Sun May 9)

Address: 21740 Beaumeade Cir STE 120, Ashburn, VA 20147

Please register online for vaccine(instructions below)

Currently enrolling Loudoun County residents eligible for (Phase 1A,1B, 1C) or (people who are 65 years or older) - as defined below in the list at end of the email. Phase 1C adds more people. Please see further below.

PLEASE YOU MUST SIGN UP ONLNE(Instructions/Link below) & COMMIT FOR BOTH DOSES - FIRST DOSE(Sun Apr 11) & SECOND DOSE(Sun May 9)

Following instructions below thru MEDSPACK Website are intended for the email recipient and their respective family ONLY to schedule an appointment at

1.Visit our website at www.medspack.com

2. Click on the ‘COVID-19 Vaccine Signup’ Button/Tab at the top of the page.

3. Enter your email address in the email field.

4. In the submit code field, enter the code ADMSBCRC and press submit code.

5. Select the first and second dose" option

- Please note: First Dose(Sun Apr 11) and second dose(Sun May 9) .

6. Choose your specified location.

7. Date is pre-selected, Choose your preferred time for the First dose and scroll down to select your preferred time for the Second dose.

8. Fill out the required information on the form.

9. In insurance information fields please enter pharmacy prescription insurance information like BIN Number, PCN, Group, and/or ID number. If unavailable, please type ‘NA’ in the box.

10. Once you are done answering the immunization questionnaire, you will be asked to sign twice.

11. Press the submit button at the bottom, wait for the success message page to appear, and check your email provided in the form to view your confirmation.

12. Please bring or show us the confirmation email on the day of your vaccination.

Bring a valid photo ID along with Health Insurance Card if available (Pharmacy Insurance cards like CVS, Express Scripts, Aetna, Anthem, UHC)

IMPORTANT: SHARING OR REUSING THE CODE WILL INVALIDATE YOUR ORIGINAL APPOINTMENT.

If you have any questions, please contact us at [email protected]

Who Is Currently Eligible for Vaccine?
https://www.loudoun.gov/5494/Phases-COVID-19-Vaccine

Phase 1a (PDF): comprised of health care workers and long-term care residents.
Phase 1b (PDF): includes people aged 65 and over, those 18-64 with high risk health conditions(List below),front-line workers who are defined as essential to the functioning of society and are at higher risk of exposure to the virus.
Phase 1c - listed below
Front-line essential workers in this priority group include:
Police, fire and hazmat workers
Corrections and homeless shelter workers
Child care/K-12 teachers/staff
Food and agriculture workers (including veterinarians)
Manufacturing workers
Grocery store workers
Public transit workers
Mail carriers (USPS and private)
Officials needed to maintain continuity of government (includes judges and public facing judicial workers)
Clergy/Faith Leaders
Janitorial/Cleaning staff

High Risk Health Conditions
Cancer
Chronic kidney disease
COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease)
Down Syndrome
Heart conditions, such as heart failure, coronary artery disease, or cardiomyopathies
Immunocompromised state (weakened immune system) from solid organ transplant
Obesity (body mass index [BMI] of 30 kg/m2 or higher but < 40 kg/m2)
Severe Obesity (BMI ≥ 40 kg/m2)
Pregnancy
Sickle cell disease
Smoking
Type 2 diabetes mellitus
Asthma (moderate-to-severe)
Cerebrovascular disease (affects blood vessels and blood supply to the brain)
Cystic fibrosis
Hypertension or high blood pressure
Immunocompromised state (weakened immune system) from blood or bone marrow transplant, immune deficiencies,
HIV, use of corticosteroids, or use of other immune weakening medicines
Neurologic conditions, such as dementia
Liver disease
Overweight (BMI > 25 kg/m2, but < 30 kg/m2)
Pulmonary fibrosis (having damaged or scarred lung tissues)
Thalassemia (a type of blood disorder)
Type 1 diabetes mellitus

Phase 1C
1. Water, Wastewater, and Waste Removal Workers (includes recycling removal workers)
2. Housing and Construction
3. Food Service
4. Transportation and Logistics
5. Institutions of Higher Education Faculty/Staff
6. Finance
7. Information Technology & Communication
8. Media
9. Legal Services
10. Public Safety (engineers)
11. Other Public Health workers
12. Barbers, Stylists, Hairdressers

Phases: COVID-19 Vaccine | Loudoun County, VA - Official Website Learn more about how cloth face coverings and physical distancing help slow the spread of COVID-19

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Dios le bendiga en este quinto domingo de Pascua de parte de la Congregación de San Gabriel en Leesbur, VAl
Blessings from St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church in Leesburg, VA
El Santo Rosario con la comunidad de la Iglesia Episcopal San Gabriel en Leesburg, VA
La feligresía de San Gabriel en Leesburg, VA le desea un hermoso domingo. Gracias por unirse hoy a la Santa Misa
Blessings on this fourth Sunday of Easter
El Santo Rosario
Dios le bendiga en este Tercer Domingo de Pascua
Blessings on the Third Sunday of Easter
¡Feliz Pascua de Resurrección de parte de sus hermanas y hermanos de la Iglesia San Gabriel en Leesburg, VA!
Blessed Easter from St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church in Leesburg, VA
The Lighting of the Easter Fire and Chanting of the Exsultet
El Vía Crucis del viernes Santo con la comunidad de San Gabriel, Leesburg, VA

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Office: 14 Cornwall Street NW
Leesburg, VA
20176

Opening Hours

Monday 12:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 15:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 15:00
Friday 10:00 - 17:00
Sunday 14:30 - 17:00
Sunday 09:30 - 12:00
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St. James' Episcopal Church Leesburg, VA St. James' Episcopal Church Leesburg, VA
14 Cornwall St NW
Leesburg, 20176-2801

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