Between Sundays
Summer Edition
Worship With Us | Sunday, July 25
Readings: Ephesians 3: 14-21 and John 6: 1-12
Morning Light Service
9:00 AM on Zoom

This summer, we will host a weekly Zoom service at 9 AM for all of those interested in live worship by Zoom. We'll open up Zoom at 8:50 for greetings, start the service promptly at 9:00, and a short "coffee hour" will follow the service. 
Morning Prayer Service Summer Schedule
There will be two more traditional Morning Prayer services on YouTube on August 15 and September 12, both at 11:00 AM. Services will either be pre-recorded or real-time live streamed depending on availability of equipment and expertise.
Did you miss last Sunday's Morning Prayer Service? Watch here!

Upcoming Parish Events

Bible Study
Wednesdays at 6:15 PM on Zoom

Join members on Wednesday evenings as we gather on Zoom for a discussion on the weekly lectionary readings. Check out the online calendar for details of each week's focus. Contact Tim ([email protected]) to join.
Thursday Coffee
Thursdays at 10:00 AM on Zoom

Bring your cup of coffee or tea and join other King's Chapel folks for an informal conversation by Zoom every Thursday morning. Conversation moves from funny hats and KC memories to house blessings and your best recent read. A great way to get to know each other a bit better. Drop in for any part of the hour. Register here to join.

Upcoming Church Webinar on Slavery & Reparations
Wednesday, July 28 at 4:00 PM | Register Here

A Call for Repentance and Reparations Webinar: Recovering Our History and Moving Toward Reparations
Next week Wednesday at 4:00 PM our own History Program Director, Faye Charpentier, will present at the webinar for the Episcopal Diocese. They are using the research by Faye found on the King’s Chapel website as a model for their own research into colonial Anglican ties to slavery. All are welcome to attend.

Check your inboxes tomorrow (Friday, July 23) for a special newsletter about this upcoming programs hosted by the Episcopal Diocese and also the Unitarian Universalist Association!

Parish Committee News

Read the Community Action Committee's latest updates on sandwiches and worship with common cathedral, a Peace Play gathering specifically for KC members with the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute on September 15, and a special video on "Black People and the Land" from the Unitarian Universalist Urban Ministry.

King's Chapel History Program News

Miss last week's history program?

Watch the recording of Liberty and Death: King's Chapel and the Crypt in the American Revolution by clicking the image to the left.
Stay connected with the History Program by subscribing to their monthly newsletter! Subscribe here.

Support King's Chapel

Please consider a stewardship offering in a spirit of thanksgiving to help us through this challenging time. Every single gift in any amount is equally valued and helps enormously. Visit our webpage to learn more about ways to give:

Prayer Circle

The King's Chapel Prayer Circle, led by Cynthia Perkins, stands ready to pray for any who request it, in complete confidence.  

To request prayers email Joy ([email protected]) or Cynthia Perkins

Parish House News

Last week we welcomed our new sexton Kevin Accomando!

In the love of truth, and the spirit of Jesus Christ,
we unite for the worship of God
​and the service of all​.