Just a reminder that on Sunday, October 27th (Pumpkin Fest), we will have ONE service at 9:00AM in order to get our food booth ready. On Sunday, November 3rd, All Soul’s Day, we will have ONE service at 10:15. Names of loved ones to be remembered should be given to the office by Sunday, October 27th. Also, starting on Sunday, November 3rd, our Children’s Sunday School will be held from 10:15-11:00 AM.
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church Installs New Rector
A joyous celebration of new ministry was held at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Sycamore on Saturday, April 27th. The Right Reverend Jeffrey Lee, Bishop of Chicago presided over the service in which Fr. Georges Jallouf was installed as the 24th Rector of St. Peter’s… Read More
8:00 AM Holy Eucharist
This service is a quiet and contemplative service offered in very traditional language which dates to the English Reformation of the sixteenth century.
10:15 AM Holy Eucharist
This service is a joyful celebration offered in contemporary language, featuring music including congregational hymns. Child care for infants and toddlers through age three is offered during the 10 AM service.
At the heart of Anglican spirituality is prayer. Prayer affords us a personal connection with the Divine. When we pray, we talk with God. This serves an endless list of needs, and provides an endless list of benefits. If you’ve been seeking a way to fit more prayer into your daily life, the practice of praying the Daily Office – morning and evening prayer – can be a fantastic way to build a habit of prayer.
“Look to the LORD and his strength; seek his face always.” ~ 1 Chronicles 16:11
Resources for Praying the Daily Office:
Mission St. Clareprovides full Morning and Evening Prayer services – complete with hymns – on their website, and in an app available for both iOS and Android. Their website also lists other offices, including Noonday and Compline (bedtime,) as well as prayer books, devotionals, and lectionaries.
The Lectionary Page offers a complete lectionary, in calendar view, with links to the lessons for Sundays and Major Holy Days, from the Revised Common Lectionary (RCL).