Daily Morning Prayer During Lent and Easter

Daily Morning Prayer During Lent and Easter

One of our special offerings this year will be Daily Morning Prayer every weekday morning in the Columbarium Chapel of the Resurrection.  Beginning at 8:10 a.m., and lasting approximately 20 minutes, this service of scripture, prayer, and praise is a wonderful start to your day.  The reading of Scripture and praying of psalms, prolonged over time, is remarkably effective toward grounding us in God.  You are welcome to come and “check out” whether such regularity of prayer and praise (as your schedule permits) gives meaning to your week and deepens your devotion to Christ and his Church.  This service will be led by the Rev. Bruce Birdsey.  He writes: “Is praise of God a learned response, or a spontaneous emotion, or both?   Sometimes my heart naturally flows over, in love, gratitude, and awe.  But praise is also learned, or at least practiced, to deepen one’s capacity for it.  I find Morning Prayer on the days between Sundays a good setting for the practice of praise.  I invite you to join me.”   You can read more about it at this link.

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