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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.

    NEW Adult Sunday Morning Education

    The Origins of Political Belief with Stuart Lilie, PhD

    We will discuss the history and foundations of our political thinking beginning with classical liberalism and traditional conservatism and concluding with present day categories of modern liberalism, modern conservatism, libertarianism and populism. While seemingly a secular topic, Christianity is important here because of the need to answer questions of human nature and purpose without which one cannot build a political belief system. Finally, we may find that in spite of our many differences today, we agree on more than we realize.
    Stuart has been a member of St. Richard's since early 2017. For thirty years he taught political theory as well as service several years in the administration at UCF. 
    Summoning the Divine in Lent and Easter: Walking the Path with Jesus

    February, March, & April

    Hi everyone!  We gather at St. Richard's, Classroom 1, this coming Monday evening (April 23) 6:30-8 p.m. repeated Tuesday morning (April 24) 9:30-11 a.m. for our 3rd and last session with Lebanese-American poet, mystic, patriot Kahlil Gibran.  Here are the thrid session reading packets  (Word and PDF files).  Gibran, author of The Prophet (that still is a best seller), is an articulate man of great faith.  

    I encourage you to read the packet.  Gibran is really extraordinary, but--as always--I'll have a Gibran handout that will guide our discussion and topics...so you'll be fine if you don't have time.

    KAHLIL GIBRAN (1883-1931),
    Lebanese-American poet, artist, essayist, journalist, and devout Maronite Catholic; Author of the still best-selling book The Prophet (1923) and the lesser known Jesus: Son of Man (1928).

    Click here for more details.

    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

    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)

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

    Sunday, April 22, 2018

    Sunday, April 22, 2018
    Fourth Sunday of Easter, Year B

    Acts 4:5-12
    1 John 3:16-24
    John 10:11-18
    Psalm 23



    “The King of Love” [David Barton]


    "How sweet the name of Jesus sounds" (St. Peter)
    “My Shepherd will supply my need” (Resignation)
    “Shepherd of souls, refresh and bless” (St. Agnes)
    “I come with joy to meet my Lord” (Land of Rest)
    “Savior, like a shepherd lead us” (Bradbury)

    Service Music 

    The St. Mary Mass [Carl MaultsBy ]