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    We are on a mission to discover God’s Grace, change our lives, and change the world.

    We welcome you no matter where you are on you faith journey. Our welcome, just like the kingdom of God, knows no boundaries of sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, culture, gender, age, economic condition, physical or mental ability.

    Hi everyone. We're about to begin our "cool" summer with Robert Frost, beloved American poet and 4-time Pulitzer Prize winner. The readings for Session 1 are attached in Word and PDF; copies are also available in the St. Richard Church Office. I'll distribute the Frost Session 2 reading packet at the end our first session. As always, feel free to come even if you don't have time to do the readings. You'll be able to participate actively in the discussion. Read More
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    New Adult Education...

    During the four weeks in May we will resume our discussion of “The Evolution of Judaism.”  The topic will be books of the Bible that were written between the rebuilding of Jerusalem and the temple at the time of Ezra and Nehemiah (~440 BCE) and the conquest of Jerusalem by Pompey (63 BCE).  On May 6 we will look at the Book of Jonah.  It is more than a big fish story.  On May 13 we will learn about the perils of Esther and her uncle.  Did you know that God isn’t mentioned anywhere in the Book of Esther?  We will also talk about some of the “improvements” to Esther found in the Apocrypha.  On May 20 we will study 1 and 2 Maccabees.  These books are not in our “regular” Bible, but are found in the Apocrypha.  These books explain the foundation for the Festival of Hanukah, but they are not included in the Jewish scriptures.  We can only guess at the reason.  Finally, on May 27 we will examine the Book of Daniel along with some additions from the Apocrypha.  Many Christians believe that Daniel is filled with cryptic (and not so cryptic) predictions of the future.

    We meet each Sunday morning at 9:30 in the Parish Hall.  Come early for food and fellowship.

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    Stump the Youth!
    Youth Sunday School Question Box
    The Youth of St. Richard's meet every Sunday morning to discuss scripture and ask tough questions. Now they are ready to answer YOUR tough questions. Tom Irish will be at the Red Booth after the 10:30am service with the question box to collect your tough questions. The following Sunday the youth will review the questions and pick one to answer at the announcements. Please contribute to the learning and critical thinking skills of our youth by asking your deepest questions about God and the Bible.
    Worship Schedule

    Sundays
    8:00am Holy Eucharist Rite I
    9:30 a.m. Education - Adult Ed. and Youth Sunday School
    10:30 a.m. Children’s Sunday School
    10:30am Holy Eucharist Rite II
    5:00pm Taize Service of Prayer and Chant (last Sundays only)

    Wednesdays
    12:00 p.m. Laying On of Hands and Anointing for Healing and Holy Eucharist Rite II

    Sunday, May 20, 2018

    Sunday, May 27, 2018, 10:30 AM
    Trinity Sunday, Year B
    Holy Eucharist, Rite II

    READINGS

    MUSIC 

    Anthem

    “Holy, holy, holy! Lord God Almighty” [Alan Smith]

    Hymns 

    "I bind unto myself today" (St. Patricks Breastplate)
    “Come, thou almighty King” (Moscow)
    “Lord, who at your first Eucharist” (Unde et memores)
    “Let all mortal flesh keep silence” (Picardy)
    “Immortal, invisible, God only wise” (St. Denio)

    Service Music 

    (The Saint Mary Mass)
    [Carl MaultsBy]