St. Nicholas' Episcopal Church

St. Nicholas' Episcopal Church

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Hi Parish Peeps, I am looking for new or gently used children's books. My nephew is turning 5 in March and in lieu of gifts, he wants to donate books to the Rainbow room for Child Protective Services near his home in San Antonio. Would appreciate your help Thanks, Gwen
Usurers and greedy people are being punished by demons in this 13th Century fresco-our views about sin have kind of changed over the centuries
Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement, which invites Christians around the world to pray between Ascension and Pentecost for more people to come to know Jesus Christ. What started out as an invitation from the Archbishops’ of Canterbury and York in 2016 to the Church of England has grown into an international and ecumenical call to prayer.
Sunday, February 4th ~ The Fifth Sunday after The Epiphany We welcome Rev. Stockton Williams and Leslie 8:45 AM Chorister Rehearsal 9:30 AM Holy Eucharist 9:30 AM Godly Play 10:45 AM Fellowship
Hey St. Nicholas! Rally Day is tomorrow, and I'm honored and looking forward to preaching and presiding at worship tomorrow! Hope to see y'all there (and all the Sunday's of September). Blessings to all as we kick off the fall season at St. Nick's!

St. Nicholas’ is in Midland Texas. We seek to spread the love of God on earth as it is in heaven. Everyone is invited to join us.

Did you join us live or watch our service video? If so share this. Thank you for joining us at 9:30am every Sunday. We appreciate you ❤

Holy Eucharist, Sunday, April 26, 2020

The Episcopal Diocese of Northwest Texas

Bishop Scott continues the suspension of in-person worship through May.

Click below to read Bishop Scott Mayer's statement concerning the extension of in-person worship services through May.

Morning Prayer with the Book of Common Prayer of the Episcopal Church, April 25, 2020

The Episcopal Diocese of Northwest Texas

The Daily Office on Saturday, April 25

The Diocese of Northwest Texas will host Morning Prayer, Noonday Prayer, and Compline every day until we can return again to our church buildings. All the clergy in the diocese will lead from their church's page. On Saturday, go to the following pages to tune in to these services:

Morning Prayer (9AM): Led by the Rev. Nancy Springer from St. Nicholas' Episcopal Church in Midland

Noonday Prayer (12PM): Led by the Rev. Ricardo Lopez from the Odessa Episcopal Community. Access here: https://www.facebook.com/OdessaEpiscopal/

Compline (8PM): Led by the Rev. Jim Walker from St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Levelland. You can find this service at the The Episcopal Diocese of Northwest Texas page.

Tune in to our page each day to find out where you can access Daily Office services in the Diocese of Northwest Texas.

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April 26 Worship Bulletin

April 26 Worship Bulletin

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Morning Prayer with the Book of Common Prayer of the Episcopal Church, April 24, 2020

The Episcopal Diocese of Northwest Texas

The Daily Office on Friday, April 24

The Diocese of Northwest Texas will host Morning Prayer, Noonday Prayer, and Compline every day until we can return again to our church buildings. All the clergy in the diocese will lead from their church's page. On Friday, go to the following pages to tune in to these services:

Morning Prayer (9AM): Led by the Rev. Nancy Springer from St. Nicholas' Episcopal Church in Midland

Noonday Prayer (12PM): Led by the Rev. David Romanik from Heavenly Rest Abilene

Compline (8PM): Led by the Rev. Jim Walker from St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Levelland. You can find this service at the The Episcopal Diocese of Northwest Texas page.

Tune in to our page each day to find out where you can access Daily Office services in the Diocese of Northwest Texas.

The Episcopal Diocese of Northwest Texas

The Daily Office on Thursday, April 23

The Diocese of Northwest Texas will host Morning Prayer, Noonday Prayer, and Compline every day until we can return again to our church buildings. All the clergy in the diocese will lead from their church's page. On Thursday, go to the following pages to tune in to these services:

Morning Prayer (9AM): Led by the Rev. Bob Hennagin from The Episcopal Church of the Holy Trinity in Midland

Noonday Prayer (12PM): Led by the Rev. Jim Haney from St. Paul's on the Plains Episcopal Church in Lubbock

Compline (8PM): Led by the Rev. Jared Houze from St. Stephen's Sweetwater & All Saints Colorado City

Tune in to our page each day to find out where you can access Daily Office services in the Diocese of Northwest Texas.

Episcopal Church Memes

Episcopal Church Memes wishes everyone a blessed and joyous Earth Day! (Text from Form I, Prayers of the People, BCP, p.384; image is Cades Cove in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park)

The Episcopal Diocese of Northwest Texas

The Daily Office on Wednesday, April 22

The Diocese of Northwest Texas will host Morning Prayer, Noonday Prayer, and Compline every day until we can return again to our church buildings. All the clergy in the diocese will lead from their church's page. On Wednesday, go to the following pages to tune in to these services:

Morning Prayer (9AM): Led by the Rev. Christian Rabone from St. Mary's Episcopal Church in Big Spring

Noonday Prayer (12PM): Led by the Rev. Jared Houze from St. Stephen's Sweetwater & All Saints Colorado City

Compline (8PM): Led by the Rev. Courtney Jones from St. Andrew's Episcopal Church Amarillo

Tune in to our page each day to find out where you can access Daily Office services in the Diocese of Northwest Texas.

Compline with the Book of Common Prayer of the Episcopal Church, April 21, 2020

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A Message of Hope

A Message of Hope

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The Daily Office on Tuesday, April 21

The Diocese of Northwest Texas will host Morning Prayer, Noonday Prayer, and Compline every day until we can return again to our church buildings. All the clergy in the diocese will lead from their church's page. On Tuesday, go to the following pages to tune in to these services:

Morning Prayer (9AM): Led by the Rev. Bob Hennigan from Holy Trinity Midland

Noonday Prayer (12PM): Led by the Rev. Jim Haney from St. Paul's on the Plains Episcopal Church in Lubbock

Compline (8PM): Led by the Rev. Nancy Springer from St. Nicholas' Episcopal Church in Midland

Tune in to our page each day to find out where you can access Daily Office services in the Diocese of Northwest Texas.

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Habits of Grace

Bp Curry’s weekly message for all of us.

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The Episcopal Diocese of Northwest Texas

The Daily Office on Monday, April 20

The Diocese of Northwest Texas will host Morning Prayer, Noonday Prayer, and Compline every day until we can return again to our church buildings. All the clergy in the diocese will lead from their church's page. On Monday, go to the following pages to tune in to these services:

Morning Prayer (9AM): Led by the Rev. Courtney Jones from St. Andrew's Episcopal Church Amarillo

Noonday Prayer (12PM): Led by the Rev. Leann Wigner from Canterbury at Texas Tech—Episcopal Campus Ministry in Lubbock

Compline (8PM): Led by the Rev. Leann Wigner from Canterbury at Texas Tech—Episcopal Campus Ministry in Lubbock

Tune in to our page each day to find out where you can access Daily Office services in the Diocese of Northwest Texas.

Clergy Coaching Network

Let us raise our voice as one in worship and prayer. Sunday, April 19, 2020.

We may not be together physically but we are always the St. Nicholas’ twig of the Episcopal Branch of the Jesus Movement.
Our live-stream worship will begin shortly.

Odessa Episcopal Community

Book of Common Prayer
https://episcopalchurch.org/files/book_of_common_prayer.pdf

Monk Manual

Love is creative. Love builds. Love connects. Love inspires. Love moves us closer to reality as it is. Love frees us.

How do you recognize fear?

Morning Prayer with the Book of Common Prayer of the Episcopal Church, April 18, 2020

The Episcopal Diocese of Northwest Texas

The Daily Office on Saturday, April 18

The Diocese of Northwest Texas will host Morning Prayer, Noonday Prayer, and Compline every day until we can return again to our church buildings. All the clergy in the diocese will lead from their church's page. On Saturday, go to the following pages to tune in to these services:

Morning Prayer (9AM): Led by the Rev. Nancy Springer at St. Nicholas' Episcopal Church in Midland

Noonday Prayer (12PM): Led by the Rev. Ricardo Lopez from the Odessa Episcopal Community (Click the following link to access: https://www.facebook.com/OdessaEpiscopal)

Compline (8PM): Led by the Rev. Jim Walker from St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Levelland (This service will be streamed via The Episcopal Diocese of Northwest Texas page.)

Tune in to our page each day to find out where you can access Daily Office services in the Diocese of Northwest Texas.

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April 19 Worship Bulletin

April 19 Worship Bulletin (even though it says April 12 in the document - although it is still Eastertide!)

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Noonday Prayer with the Book of Common Prayer of the Episcopal Church, April 17, 2020

The Episcopal Diocese of Northwest Texas

The Daily Office on Friday, April 17

The Diocese of Northwest Texas will host Morning Prayer, Noonday Prayer, and Compline every day until we can return again to our church buildings. All the clergy in the diocese will lead from their church's page. On Friday, go to the following pages to tune in to these services:

Morning Prayer (9AM): Led by the Rev. Bob Hennagin at The Episcopal Church of the Holy Trinity in Midland

Noonday Prayer (12PM): Led by the Rev. Nancy Springer at St. Nicholas' Episcopal Church in Midland

Compline (8PM): Led by the Rev. Ricardo Lopez from the Odessa Episcopal Community (Click the following link to access: https://www.facebook.com/OdessaEpiscopal)

Tune in to our page each day to find out where you can access Daily Office services in the Diocese of Northwest Texas.

St. Nicholas' Episcopal Church's cover photo

The Episcopal Diocese of Northwest Texas

The Daily Office on Tuesday, April 14

The Diocese of Northwest Texas will host Morning Prayer, Noonday Prayer, and Compline every day until we can return again to our church buildings. All the clergy in the diocese will lead from their church's page. On Tuesday, go to the following pages to tune in to these services:

Morning Prayer (9AM): Led by the Rev. Leann Wigner at Canterbury at Texas Tech—Episcopal Campus Ministry in Lubbock

Noonday Prayer (12PM): Led by the Rev. Mark Lang at St. Matthew's Episcopal Church in Pampa (Click here to access: https://www.facebook.com/St-Matthews-Episcopal-Church-Pampa-134120113929/)

Compline (8PM): Led by the Rev. Bob Hennagin at The Episcopal Church of the Holy Trinity in Midland

Tune in to our page each day to find out where you can access Daily Office services in the Diocese of Northwest Texas.

Washington National Cathedral

"It may not look like Easter. It may not smell like Easter. It may not even feel like Easter. But it's Easter anyway." —Presiding Bishop Michael Curry

Thanks to the over 400,000 (and counting) who have watched yesterday's Easter Holy Eucharist on our Youtube channel or here on Facebook. See the whole service, including Bishop Curry's moving sermon and the Episcopal Church Choir and Orchestra (600 singers and instrumentalists from around the world) here: https://youtube.com/wncathedral

Photos: Danielle Thomas

Morning Prayer with the Book of Common Prayer of the Episcopal Church, April 13, 2020

The Episcopal Diocese of Northwest Texas

The Daily Office on Monday, April 13

The Diocese of Northwest Texas will host Morning Prayer, Noonday Prayer, and Compline every day until we can return again to our church buildings. All the clergy in the diocese will lead from their church's page. On Monday, go to the following pages to tune in to these services:

Morning Prayer (9AM): Led by the Rev. Nancy Springer at St. Nicholas' Episcopal Church in Midland

Noonday Prayer (12PM): Led by the Rev. Leann Wigner at Canterbury at Texas Tech—Episcopal Campus Ministry in Lubbock

Compline (8PM): Led by the Rev. Jared Houze at St. Stephen's Sweetwater & All Saints Colorado City

Tune in to our page each day to find out where you can access Daily Office services in the Diocese of Northwest Texas.

Blessings Over Food at Easter
From The Book of Occasional Services

(Adjust the words as necessary for the foods in your meal.)

Over Wine
Blessed are you, O Lord our God, creator of the fruit of the vine: Grant that we who share this wine, which gladdens our hearts, may share for ever the new life of the true Vine, your Son Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Over Bread
Blessed are you, O Lord our God; you bring forth bread from the earth and make the risen Lord to be for us the Bread of life: Grant that we who daily seek the bread which sustains our bodies may also hunger for the food of everlasting life, Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Over Lamb
Stir up our memory, O Lord, as we eat this Easter lamb that, remembering Israel of old, who in obedience to your command ate the Paschal lamb and was delivered from the bondage of slavery, we, your new Israel, may rejoice in the resurrection of Jesus Christ, the true Lamb who has delivered us from the bondage of sin and death, and who lives and reigns for ever and ever. Amen.

Over Eggs
O Lord our God, in celebration of the Paschal feast we have prepared these eggs from your creation: Grant that they may be to us a sign of the new life and immortality promised to those who follow your Son, Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Over Other Foods
Blessed are you, O Lord our God; you have given us the risen Savior to be the Shepherd of your people: Lead us, by him, to springs of living waters, and feed us with the food that endures to eternal life; where with you, O Father, and with the Holy Spirit, he lives and reigns, one God, for ever and ever. Amen

Easter Sunrise

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Happy Easter! Tomorrow sunrise service. Join us at 7am.

Everyone is invited to our live-stream Easter Sunrise worship at 7:00AM on April 12, 2020!

Please download the bulletin here:
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Easter Service Bulletin

Easter Service Bulletin

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St. John's Episcopal Church - McAllen, TX

St. John's -Stations of the Cross (Complete)

Good Friday, St. Nicholas’ Episcopal Church, April 10, 2020

Morning Prayer with the Book of Common Prayer of the Episcopal Church, April 10, 2020.

Everyone is invited to join us for Good Friday worship lives-steamed at 12noon today.

You can download the bulletin here:https://files.constantcontact.com/e955e9b9001/720444e3-8f5a-40bf-84de-612390c80a65.pdf

Following the service, I will share a video of the Stations of the Cross for us all to watch.

The Episcopal Diocese of Northwest Texas

The Daily Office on Friday, April 10

The Diocese of Northwest Texas will host Morning Prayer, Noonday Prayer, and Compline every day until we can return again to our church buildings. All the clergy in the diocese will lead from their church's page. On Friday, go to the following pages to tune in to these services:

Morning Prayer (9AM): Led by the Rev. Nancy Springer at St. Nicholas' Episcopal Church in Midland

Instead of Noonday Prayer today, you are invited to attend one of the Good Friday services listed below:

Noon: St. Paul's on the Plains Episcopal Church, Lubbock

Noon: St. Nicholas' Episcopal Church, Midland

Noon: St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Big Spring

Noon: Heavenly Rest Abilene

Noon: St. Andrew's Episcopal Church Amarillo

Noon: The Episcopal Church of the Holy Trinity, Midland

Noon: Emmanuel Episcopal Church, San Angelo

Noon: St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, Pampa (Access here: https://www.facebook.com/St-Matthews-Episcopal-Church-Pampa-134120113929/)

3:00pm: Odessa Episcopal Community (Access here: https://www.facebook.com/OdessaEpiscopal/)

6:00pm: Iglesia Episcopal San Miguel Arcangel, Odessa (This service is in Spanish.)

Compline (8PM): Led by the Rev. Leann Wigner from the Canterbury at Texas Tech—Episcopal Campus Ministry in Lubbock

Tune in to our page each day to find out where you can access Daily Office services in the Diocese of Northwest Texas.

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4000 W Loop 250 N
Midland, TX
79707-3419
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