This video introduces to the Sunday, 10:30 AM service at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Austin, Texas. This service is a celebration for the whole family! Bible readings, a sermon, prayer from the Book of Common Prayer, and Holy Communion are enhanced by singing along with the organ and sometimes with guitar and other instruments. The language is today’s American English, 75-100 people attend, and the service lasts about 1 hour 15 minutes.
Evensong Service every Thursday at 5:30pm
A U.S. District Judge held a hearing on a motion filed by the Bishop of churches remaining with the national church.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Greensboro, NC
Easter Choir 2013, Christ Church Episcopal, Raleigh NC
First Baptist Church
760 S. Westmoreland Avenue
Los Angeles, California – USA
Pipe organ consisting of over 730 pipes located in St. John’s Episcopal Church in uptown Butte, MT.
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry visited Christ Church Cathedral in Lexington, Kentucky on May 15, 2016, Pentecost Sunday. This is the 8:45am service.
During Lent in 1994, Trinity Episcopal Church, Fort Wayne, Indiana, conducted a service using the 1844 Book of Common Prayer. Presiding at the service were the Rev. Frank H. Moss III, rector, and the Rev. Robin Thomas, curate. Wayne Peterson was precentor.
Trinity Episcopal Cathedral is one of the oldest cathedral churches in the United States; it is older than the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., or the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City. The word, “cathedral,” comes from the word, “cathedra’” meaning the chair or seat of authority of the Episcopal bishop of Arkansas. It was completed in three stages: the Bell Tower, Baptistery, and Nave in 1884; the North and South Transepts between 1888 and 1889; and the Chancel with the Great Choir and Sanctuary between 1890 and 1892.
Father Wally LaLonde of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Las Cruces, New Mexico delivers the Sunday Sermon on November 15, 2015.
Communion Music – Antonio Vivaldi: Trio in g minor