Weekly sermons are available. Simply navigate to Rector's Corner-->Sermon Audios (or take this link to 2019 sermons). Prior year sermons are also available
Coronavirus Telephone Prayer Session Continues Weekly The Telephone Coronavirus Prayer Session continues to hold these sessions weekly during the COVID-19 pandemic. Prayer sessions are held every Saturday at 10:00 a.m. You (and your friends and family) are invited to call the number below and take part – either silently or aloud – as we offer up prayers regarding the coronavirus. We will pray for our country, the world, those on the ‘front lines’ – and any specific personal concerns you want to share. There is no specific agenda except to join together and ask for God’s help and guidance.
Simply dial 978 -990-5149 and when prompted, enter the access code 1520667#
(note the # at the end). The account is under Lori Robak. We hope to hear from you.
A Note from your Treasurer, Pam Main: Many thanks to our wonderful parishioners who have continued their pledges throughout this Pandemic. Even though we are unable to gather on Sundays, we still depend on the pledges and donations to keep the monthly bills paid. Without your continued support, we would be in a real dilemma. Also, the Red Barn Coffee Fundraiser is our only current project and is a bonus to the treasury. Almost everyone drinks coffee. Buy a bag; it's an easy way to help out. If you don't drink coffee, you can always give it as a thank you gift.
A Prayer for the Power of the Spirit among the People of God
God of all power and love,
we give thanks for your unfailing presence
and the hope you provide in times of uncertainty and loss.
Send your Holy Spirit to enkindle in us your holy fire.
Revive us to live as Christ’s body in the world:
a people who pray, worship, learn,
break bread, share life, heal neighbors,
bear good news, seek justice, rest and grow in the Spirit.
Wherever and however we gather,
unite us in common prayer and send us in common mission,
that we and the whole creation might be restored and renewed,
through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen
From Pentecost Sunday through the first Sunday in September, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry and his Lutheran counterpart Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton welcome congregations and individuals to regularly pray “A Prayer for the Power of the Spirit among the People of God.” This prayer – crafted by a team of Lutheran and Episcopal prayer leaders in light of the COVID pandemic – is meant to unite us in common prayer and revive us for common mission, wherever and however we may be gathered.