This Week at St. Ann Chapel, September 14-21, 2014:
Thirteenth Sunday after Trinity, August 31: Choral Eucharist, Sermon, 11 a.m.
Wednesday, September 17: Morning Prayer at 11:45 followed by Mass at noon. Evening Prayer at 6:30 followed by Bible Study.
Fourteenth Sunday after Trinity, September 21: Choral Eucharist, Sermon, 11 a.m.
November 1, Saturday, Feast of All Saints: 7:00 p.m. Mass
November 3, Monday, Feast of All Souls, 7:00 p.m. Choral Mass. If there is anyone you would like to have remembered at the Mass, please contact Fr. Weber.
St. Joseph of Arimathea Theological College’s Online Courses for Fall, 2014 have been announced: “A Historical Survey of the Church of England,” taught by the Reverend Jeffrey Smith (September 16-November 25) and “The Gospel of Saint John” taught by the Reverend Dr. Paul Russell (September 11-November 20). Both classes are open to laity as well as clergy. For more information click here: SJATC Online Fall 2014 or contact Fr. Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The American Church Union, the publishers for the Anglican Province of Christ the King, announces a new release: Darkness No Darkness, Retreat Meditations by Raymond Raynes, late Superior of the Anglican Community of the Resurrection, Mirfield, England. Father Raynes writes:
‘This small book is written in the hope that it may help some people in the way of meditative prayer to a deeper devotion to and union with our Lord. It can be used for making a private retreat or for daily meditation . . . I have no desire to teach any new thing, and my intention is that all that is written is to be interpreted in accordance with the dogmas and doctrine of the Catholic and Apostolic Church of which, by grace, I am a member.’
For more information and to purchase through PayPal, visit the website, www.American ChurchUnion.com; for the press release, click here: DARKNESS NO DARKNESS. P.R.
Current edition of Christus Rex, our APCK newsletter: Christus Rex
Sunday, September 28, 3:00 p.m. at St. Peter’s, Oakland
Internationally-renowned organist for the San Francisco Symphony and co-founder of the American Bach Soloists celebrates The Eve of St. Michael and All Angels with the music of Craig Phillips, Olivier Messiaen, and J.S. Bach. A traditional, Anglican Evensong will follow.
$20 for adults, $15 for seniors and students, $25 at the door, purchase below online or contact Salud Gordon at St. Peter’s
Buy tickets for Jonathan Dimmock
Visit us on Facebook at Saint Ann Chapel! To enter a drawing for free tickets to the Jonathan Dimmock concert, please contact Chris@ChristineSunderland.com by September 21
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