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Links For Worship

Please follow the links below for information about our worship resources for Sundays and during the week.  

Evening Prayer

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Please join us for Evening Prayer streaming Monday through Thursday at 6:30 p.m.  The weekly readings are found above.  Streaming platforms are found in the top right hand section of this page.

The Lectionary Page

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The Lectionary Page provides a table of appointed scripture readings for the eucharist throughout the year.

The Lectionary for Sundays is arranged in a three-year cycle which begins on the First Sunday of Advent.  Please follow the link above to view the Lectionary Page.

Sunday Services

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Please join us on Sunday for worship. 

   8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist - in-person only

 10:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist - in-person and streaming

If you are joining us from home, please follow the above link for a copy of our Sunday bulletin.  Streaming platforms are found in the top right hand section of this page.

Daily Meditations

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Daily meditations are written by the Very Rev. Carol Mead, rector at St. Peter's by-the-Lake Episcopal Church.

In the "Holy Ordinary" ministry, Carol Mead uses rich metaphors to highlight the presence of God in everyday things and events and people.  She uses news stories, cultural icons, movies, and other secular tools to tell the story of God in our lives.  She seeks to remind us that placed in the hands of God, the most mundane moments become consecrated; the most ordinary things become holy. Follow the above link for a daily meditation.

The Book of Common Prayer

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The Book of Common Prayer is the authorized prayer book of the Episcopal Church.  It contains the regular services appointed for public worship, including the Holy Eucharist, the daily offices, and principal feasts and fasts of the church.  It also contains the pastoral offices of baptism, marriage, and burial; episcopal services; the collects; and the psalter.  The prayer book is essential to the character of the Episcopal Church because it holds together congregations with very different styles of worship within the church's broader traditions of Christian belief and practice.  Please click the link above to view our Book of Common Prayer.

The Episcopal Diocese of Mississippi

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The Episcopal Diocese of Mississippi, created in 1826, is the diocese of the Episcopal Church in the United States of America with jurisdiction over the entire state of Mississippi

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