"Rooted in Faith, Growing in Community"
This Sunday we find ourselves testing what it means to us to be rooted in faith. How are we rooted and how do we continue to grow in community when there are no church services? It is through our Christian love that we sacrifice public gatherings including church in order to help easing the burden of care on the healthcare system and potentially save the lives of thousands of our brothers and sisters worldwide.
Now is the time to keep our distance, but share our faith.
Below are ways in which you can continue to stay rooted/connected to God and growing in community by connecting with each other.
We find ourselves in an unusual situation in television history.
All major live sports are cancelled.
Consider tuning in and watching a Livestream of The Holy Eucharist Celebration on Sunday.

10am (CST) ~ Washington National Cathedral Worship Service
Click here to watch the Livestream at 10:00am Central. You can also click on the link now and set a reminder to tune in on Sunday.

Presiding Bishop Michael B. Curry  will be preaching remotely via video, in order to maintain safe social distancing precautions.
Christ Church Cathedral - Houston
Christ Church Cathedral will be offering online worship as well. Got to
Lectionary Readings for Sunday
Prefer to read the word of God and ponder instead? You can read this from your device or print the PDF.

Morning Prayer (BCP, 137) - Printable
Early riser? Start your morning off with Prayers. Or want to pray with your family? Gather your family and take turns reading different parts. OR call a friend and read along and pray together.

Faith @ Home
Faith @ Home uses the lectionary readings to supply a devotion and questions to create discussions at home. It has levels for small children, elementary, youth and adult. 
Try it out with a friend via FaceTime or phone.

Catch up on missed Sermons
If you missed a Sunday recently or would like to hear a sermon again, visit our Sermon Web Page. We have been blessed with extraordinary supply priests these past few months. Take a second listen.
Prayers during This Time

It is always a privilege for us to pray for you. Contact us online 24/7 or call us during business hours M-F 8:30am-4:30pm