Please join us for our service of Holy Eucharist on Sunday May 9 (Easter VI) at 10:00 am. In the course of the sevice, we will also commission our new vestry and vestry officers.
Our readings are Acts 10:44-48, 1 John 5:1-6, John 15:9-17. Fr. Chris will be presiding and preaching. The bulletin is here.
You can join our worship services either in church, or live online (via Facebook Live). You should be able to go straight to the Livestream using this link (even if you do not have a Facebook account – just ignore any attempts to make you register)! Should that not work, please go to our Facebook page here and scroll down until you find the Livestream, which we will start at 9.45 am (for 10.00 am).
We currently only have seating for up to 45 people (including the choral ensemble and altar party). So please only come, if you have registered. If you are coming to the service, please download the bulletin to your phone or tablet, if you can, as we are printing fewer paper bulletins to avoid wastage.
Please also note that a medical mask (surgical, FFP2 or DIN KN95/N95) must now be worn while attending church. Homemade textile masks and scarves etc. are no longer acceptable.
If you want to include prayers for yourself or another during the Prayers of the People at any of our services, please send me an email
This week at a glance:
- TUESDAY 10.30 am. Music Section (Zoom).
- WEDNESDAY 11.00 am. Word & Worship (Zoom).
- THURSDAY – SUNDAY Ecumenical Kirchentag (digital): www.oekt.de/
- FRIDAY 8.30 pm. A Service of Compline (Zoom).
- SATURDAY 11.00 am – 2.00 pm. Book Sale.
- SUNDAY 10.00 am. Sunday Worship: Online and at St. Augustine’s
11.00 am by Online Sunday School (Zoom).
5.00 pm. Worship in Mainz (St. Christoph).
We welcome your flower dedications. Envelopes are available in the entrance area for your gift and dedication.
We begin our concert season on Wednesday, May 19 at 1.00 pm with the first of our regular Lunchtime Recitals with Erika LeRoux and Friends. This first concert will be online only (Facebook/YouTube).
It is our tradition at Pentecost (Sunday, May 23) to read the lesson from Acts (2:1-21) in as many different languages as possible. Please let Fr. Chris know if you want to be part of this.