Tuesday, September 4, 2007

What is an "Instructed Eucharist?"

Come to the service at 6:15 tomorrow evening and find out. We will have a regular service of Holy Communion (Holy Eucharist - which means "Thanksgiving") but it will be different in that we will have a narrator telling us what is going on. The narration was written by The Rev. Frank Logue, Founding Pastor of King of Peace Episcopal Church in Kingsland, Georgia. See http://www.kingofpeace.org/ for a tour of that church and its programs.

In the narration we will get a background as to why we have the worship service in the order that it is in. We will get reasons why we read four pieces of scripture in each service, why we pray the "Prayers of the People" and other answers. If you come away with more questions than answers, that's OK. We will have an Instructed Eucharist at 6:15 p.m. on the first Wednesday of each month for the remainder of this year.

In peace,

The Rev. Linda McCloud
Founding Pastor
The Episcopal Church of Our Savior at Honey Creek

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