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Worship With Us | Sunday, September 5
Readings: Isaiah 35: 4-7a, and Mark 7: 32-37

Morning Light Service
9:00 AM on Zoom

Join us for our a weekly Morning Light service at 9 AM. 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. 
Next Live-Streamed Morning Prayer Service
Virtually join us for our next live-streamed Morning Prayer service on Sunday, September 12!

Watch our first-ever live-streamed service (from August 22, 2021) on YouTube.

Upcoming Parish Events

Community Action Committee Monthly Meeting
Monday, August 30 at 2:00 PM on Zoom

Join the Community Action Committee for their monthly meeting on Zoom!

Email Amanda to get the Zoom link.
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. A great way to get to know each other a bit better. Drop in for any part of the hour. 

Last Week's Final BBQ of the Summer

We had a blast at last week's final BBQ of the year. Thanks to all those who attended and helped organize this summer's BBQs in the Parish House Garden!

Save the Date! Homecoming 2021

Mark your calendars for Sunday, September 19 and join us for Homecoming!

We'll have both virtual and in-person services for Homecoming.

More details to come next week.

Parish Committee News

Thank you to all who signed up to participate in Peace Play, a healing gift from our community action partner the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute. 

We look forward to having this experience together in person this September 15th in the Parish House Garden.

Learn more about the Peace Institute:
Last week, several Environmental Action Initiative members joined the Social Justice Community of First Church Boston for a film viewing of the Frontline documentary "Plastic Wars" and discussion about the plastics waste problem. 

Read the EAI's latest blog (link below) to learn more about their meeting with First Church, their plan to address plastics pollution, and how to get involved in the next 11th hour bell ringing with First Church Boston:

History Program News

The History Program is continuing to work on prepping for their reopening date for public tours on Thursday, September 16!

All tours will be pre-booked online. We'll send more details and info next week!

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

Parish House Office Closed Monday, September 6

Our Parish House Office will be closed this Monday, September 6 for a well-deserved break for our staff.
Now Hiring: Production Manager

Our worship team is looking for one (or more) part-time Production Managers to help us prepare for and run our live-streamed Morning Light and Morning Prayer services.

See the full job description on our website here.
Face Masks Required Inside the Parish House and Chapel

Per the recommendation of the King's Chapel COVID-19 Reopening Task Force, we are now requiring all those who enter the Parish House and Chapel to wear face masks.

Thank you for your understanding and keeping our clergy, staff, and members safe!

We rejoice with those who rejoice; mourn
with those who mourn.        ~Romans 12:15

Mindy Hinkel, former member of the King’s Chapel choir and Vestry, and husband Brett took a break from touring the country in their RV to come back to Boston for a visit. Heinrich Christensen and Gregg Sorensen hosted this welcome-home barbecue.

Guests included KC choir member Heather Holland, pictured on the left with her husband and children.
In the love of truth, and the spirit of Jesus Christ,
we unite for the worship of God
​and the service of all​.