The first hymnal of The Episcopal Church was the 150 songs called the Book of Psalms. The poet of Psalm 119 writes: “Thy word is a lamp unto our feet, and a light unto our path.” (119:105) Such language is an apt description of the affecting and compelling archetypes which, for virtually 500 years, have been found throughout the volume in which the Psalter has always been included, theBook of Common Prayer. However, has the Prayer Book served its purpose and is now obsolete? Or will the urgent needs of our generation find new life in its pages? Join Jim Holmes and Tim Sabin on Sunday, March 31, at 9:10 in the Gallery for a discussion of the Book of Common Prayer.
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Earlier Event: March 24March Volunteer Opportunity: Packing Lunches for Those in Need
Later Event: April 7Forum: Mr. Timothy Sabin and the Rev. James C. Holmes, "Heirs through Hope - Part V"