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The Fourth Sunday after Pentecost
Sunday, June 28, 2020
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The Fifth Sunday after Pentecost
Year A, Holy Eaucharist, Rite II
Sunday, July 5, 2020, 9:00 a.m.
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“Shine on Me” arr. James Abbington


“What a Friend We Have in Jesus” Words: George Washington Doane; Music: Raphael Courteville

“Come to Me” Words: Traditional; Music: African-American Spiritual, arr. R. Nathaniel Dett

“Thou art the Way, to thee alone” (St. James)

Service Music

“Lord, Have Mercy” from The St. Mary Mass

Music: Carl MaultsBy


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Online Offerings
Virtual Kid’s Club Check the St. Richard’s Kid’s Facebook page and look in your mail for the Sunday Paper which helps our children understand the readings for each Sunday.
Sunday 5:00 p.m. Evening Worship LIVE on Facebook
Daily Morning Prayer, Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m.
Live Stream on Facebook and then available on Facebook, YouTube and our website, www.strichards.org
Meaning Hunters, Tuesday Bible Study, 6:30 p.m.
Zoom Bible Study link found on our Facebook Page
Please like our Facebook page, St. Richard's Winter Park, and ask to join “Meaning Hunters” for access to our study on the Book of Job. 
Mask to Mask In Person Gatherings at St. Richard's
We have reintroduced a few small gatherings at St. Richard’s. Each person is expected to wear a mask and keep physical distance. Contact Tracing will be implemented. The leader of each group will keep a list of attendees. The bathrooms will be sanitized and regularly maintained.
Tai Chi, Thursdays, 10:00 a.m. in the Breezeway at St. Richard’s.
Masks are expected for this gentle movement class led by Carol Alves.
Prayer Shawl Knitters, Fridays, 10:00 a.m. in the Conference Room
Masks are also expected for this gathering. Please contact Sharon Knapp, sharoknapp@msn.com if you are interested in attending.  
Pastoral Care Counseling Office
Gail Hencken, RN, LMHC has reopened the Pastoral Care Counseling Office on Wednesdays from 11:00 - 3:00. Gail plans to be there weekly for the duration of that time. Please call ahead, even on the day of, for an appointment time. No "walk ins" as that is unsafe. Do not come if you do not feel physically well at the time of your scheduled appointment. The entire office space has been sanitized and energetically cleansed. Please take your temperature before arrival, wear masks and bring personal protective equipment of your choice. The space will be disinfected between sessions according to CDC recommendations. Each visitor will be screened for current health status and allotted a minimum of thirty minutes. For appointment or questions contact Gail by phone, text (407-718-9128) or email (wehggh44@yahoo.com). Together we will manage the concerns of these uncertain times. 

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Hi everybody.  Thanks to the Reverend Dale Truscott, I began pursuing the importance of Trinity Sunday not long after he emailed his brief discussion.   In the three-page attachment in PDF and WORD, you’ll find the most famous Russian Icon; it’s called Trinity (also known as the Hospitality of Abraham) by icon writer Rublev.   I’ve also included a two Trinity paintings by the devout and talented artist Dolci, a 17th century Italian.   You’ll find a Trinity hymn that is sung to the tune of the Doxology. (The link to the hymn is below and in the reading).    Finally, included is a short mediation on the Rublev icon by articulate Dutch Catholic priest Henri Nouwen (1932-1996). 

 It’s easy to miss Trinity Sunday!   David Bennett points out that Trinity Sunday is one of the few celebrations of the Christian Year that commemorates a reality and doctrine rather than a person or event. On Trinity Sunday, Christians honor the eternal God: the 3-in1 Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.  Celebrated the Sunday after Pentecost, Trinity Sunday lasts only one day….Eastern Churches have no tradition of Trinity Sunday and insist that they celebrate the Trinity every Sunday….  

 If you find an insight you’d like to share, just send me an email.  Hope you are all well as we continue to endure!    Thinking of all of you.  -Pam

 Hymn:  All hail, adorèd Trinity

(Adapted by John D. Champers, sung to the Doxology)

Choral Performance Link:  All Hail, Adored Trinity


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Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. Live Streaming facebook_logo @StRichardsWinterPark
Start watching our Daily Morning Prayer video through our Facebook Live page by clicking below.
As we continue to expand our virtual offerings we will be offering Evening Prayer at 5:00 p.m. on Sundays with the same folks who Live Stream Morning Prayer each day. 
Next Evening Prayer: Sunday, July 5, 2020 at 5:00 p.m.
Taize: Sunday, June 28, 2020
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Sacred Time, Contemplative Prayer, Tuesdays, 10:00 a.m. IN THE BREEZEWAY at St. Richard’s. Wear Your Mask!

Tiffany Lane, Reiki Master and Spiritual Director, leads us through an hour of contemplative prayer practice and silence now in person just outside the doors of the Church. This will replace her Live Stream on Facebook. If you would like to continue to pray with Tiffany and do not feel comfortable coming to the church, you can watch her videos on Facebook, YouTube and our website anytime, www.strichards.org

The "Sacred Time" group meets every Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. live on the St. Richard's Facebook page.  We "practice" contemplative prayer methods such as centering prayer, lectio divina, and guided meditation.  Following a brief introduction of the practice for the day, there is a 20 minute mediation/contemplation period in which we listen to what God is inviting us to hear or see.  

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May we who are merely inconvenienced, remember those whose lives are at stake.
May we who have no risk factors remember those most vulnerable. May those who have the luxury of working from home remember those who must choose between preserving their health or making their rent. May those who have the flexibility to care for our children when schools close remember those who have no options. May we who have to cancel a trip remember those who have no safe place to go. May we who are losing our margin money in the tumult of the economic market remember those who have no margin at all. May those who settle for quarantine at home remember those who have no home.
As fear grips our country, let us choose love during this time when we cannot physically wrap our arms around each other, let us find ways to be the loving embrace to God and our neighbor. Amen.
Prayer by Cameron Wiggins Bellm

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Charlie Wlison, Candice, Bob Coll, Randy Robertson, Tom Irish, Beverly DeVoney, Maggie Kirby, Val Suarez, Meredith Knapp, Ray Erker, Ted Mekdeci, Hazel Will, Stan Zarolinski, Ginny Edwards and Connie Deverall, also, teachers, first responders and military. And family and friends, Sheila Williams, Rapp & McGuire Family, Laureen Jones, Eileen Kingston, Grethel Mairena, John Terry, Lily Miller Criner, Jason Fox, Jerry Pegrahm, Bianca Murphy, Maria De Nazare & Michele Rios, Melissa Eavenson, Rene, Teri, Billy, Ryan Ranger, Carolyn Bird, Honor Stackpole, Ann, Lawrence Davis, Jordan, Sarah, Emma, Janice, Julie Hampton, Debbie McQuaid, Amanda Anderson, Daniel Twohy, Jerry Draha, Bill Fite, Cynthia Cook, Alfred Tolson, Charlotte Collmar, Trey, Bill Bogdani, Cindy Wilson, and Valerie Walworth.

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