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Mass (Join us virtually!) @ Canterbury House
Jan 2 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Virtual Sunday Service Sunday, August 30th, 2020 – Tomorrow! 4:00pm https://iu.zoom.us/j/93953722807 On August 30th, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at IU will hold its first online Sunday Service. All are welcome to attend virtually! To join us, please follow the Zoom link provided above …

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Mass (Join us virtually!) 4:00 pm
Mass (Join us virtually!) @ Canterbury House
Jan 9 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Virtual Sunday Service Sunday, August 30th, 2020 – Tomorrow! 4:00pm https://iu.zoom.us/j/93953722807 On August 30th, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at IU will hold its first online Sunday Service. All are welcome to attend virtually! To join us, please follow the Zoom link provided above …

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Mass (Join us virtually!) 4:00 pm
Mass (Join us virtually!) @ Canterbury House
Jan 16 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Virtual Sunday Service Sunday, August 30th, 2020 – Tomorrow! 4:00pm https://iu.zoom.us/j/93953722807 On August 30th, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at IU will hold its first online Sunday Service. All are welcome to attend virtually! To join us, please follow the Zoom link provided above …

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Mass (Join us virtually!) 4:00 pm
Mass (Join us virtually!) @ Canterbury House
Jan 23 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Virtual Sunday Service Sunday, August 30th, 2020 – Tomorrow! 4:00pm https://iu.zoom.us/j/93953722807 On August 30th, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at IU will hold its first online Sunday Service. All are welcome to attend virtually! To join us, please follow the Zoom link provided above …

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Mass (Join us virtually!) 4:00 pm
Mass (Join us virtually!) @ Canterbury House
Jan 30 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Virtual Sunday Service Sunday, August 30th, 2020 – Tomorrow! 4:00pm https://iu.zoom.us/j/93953722807 On August 30th, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at IU will hold its first online Sunday Service. All are welcome to attend virtually! To join us, please follow the Zoom link provided above …

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Mass (Join us virtually!) @ Canterbury House
Jan 30 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
On August 30th, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at IU will hold its first online Sunday Service. All are welcome to attend virtually! To join us, please follow the Zoom link provided above at 4:00pm tomorrow evening. We hope to see you there!  

For anyone planning to attend and wishing to follow along with the prayers and hymns from home, a PDF version of our Evening Prayer booklet for tomorrow’s service can be accessed

On August 30th, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at IU will hold its first online Sunday Service. All are welcome to attend virtually! To join us, please follow the Zoom link provided above at 4:00pm tomorrow evening. We hope to see you there!  

For anyone planning to attend and wishing to follow along with the prayers and hymns from home, a PDF version of our Evening Prayer booklet for tomorrow’s service can be accessed here

 
 

 

In the Episcopal Church, the sacrament of Holy Eucharist, that is, Communion, is the principal act of worship on the Lord’s Day. “Eucharist” is taken from the Greek word, which means “Thanksgiving.” Other names for the Holy Eucharist include the Mass, possibly taken from the Latin dismissal, “Ite, missa est,” which means “Go, you are dismissed,” or “Go, the Mass is ended.” This sacrament is also referred to as the “Holy Mysteries.”

There are 2 parts to the Holy Eucharist:
1. The Liturgy of the Word, or pro-anaphora or ante-communion. This is the part of the service that precedes the Offertory. It is dedicated to readings from the Old Testament and New Testament, hymns and a sermon.
2. The Great Thanksgiving or Prayer of Consecration is the second part of the service. This part is referred to as the anaphora. Taken from the Greek, anaphora means offering.
During the prayers, we remember the story of Jesus, his gift of the Last Supper, and then pray his prayer, The Lord’s Prayer. After the gifts of bread and wine are consecrated, they are distribution to the congregation. Following communion, the congregation prays and then is dismissed to go into the world with strength and good courage to continue God’s work to repair creation.

The Canterbury House Chapel Holy Communion or Mass is celebrated each Sunday at 4:00 pm. The Episcopal Church follows the practice of an open table. Baptized persons from all faith traditions are invited to receive the sacraments at the Episcopal altar.

Feb
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Mass (Join us virtually!) @ Canterbury House
Feb 6 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
On August 30th, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at IU will hold its first online Sunday Service. All are welcome to attend virtually! To join us, please follow the Zoom link provided above at 4:00pm tomorrow evening. We hope to see you there!  

For anyone planning to attend and wishing to follow along with the prayers and hymns from home, a PDF version of our Evening Prayer booklet for tomorrow’s service can be accessed

On August 30th, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at IU will hold its first online Sunday Service. All are welcome to attend virtually! To join us, please follow the Zoom link provided above at 4:00pm tomorrow evening. We hope to see you there!  

For anyone planning to attend and wishing to follow along with the prayers and hymns from home, a PDF version of our Evening Prayer booklet for tomorrow’s service can be accessed here

 
 

 

In the Episcopal Church, the sacrament of Holy Eucharist, that is, Communion, is the principal act of worship on the Lord’s Day. “Eucharist” is taken from the Greek word, which means “Thanksgiving.” Other names for the Holy Eucharist include the Mass, possibly taken from the Latin dismissal, “Ite, missa est,” which means “Go, you are dismissed,” or “Go, the Mass is ended.” This sacrament is also referred to as the “Holy Mysteries.”

There are 2 parts to the Holy Eucharist:
1. The Liturgy of the Word, or pro-anaphora or ante-communion. This is the part of the service that precedes the Offertory. It is dedicated to readings from the Old Testament and New Testament, hymns and a sermon.
2. The Great Thanksgiving or Prayer of Consecration is the second part of the service. This part is referred to as the anaphora. Taken from the Greek, anaphora means offering.
During the prayers, we remember the story of Jesus, his gift of the Last Supper, and then pray his prayer, The Lord’s Prayer. After the gifts of bread and wine are consecrated, they are distribution to the congregation. Following communion, the congregation prays and then is dismissed to go into the world with strength and good courage to continue God’s work to repair creation.

The Canterbury House Chapel Holy Communion or Mass is celebrated each Sunday at 4:00 pm. The Episcopal Church follows the practice of an open table. Baptized persons from all faith traditions are invited to receive the sacraments at the Episcopal altar.

Feb
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Mass (Join us virtually!) @ Canterbury House
Feb 13 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
On August 30th, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at IU will hold its first online Sunday Service. All are welcome to attend virtually! To join us, please follow the Zoom link provided above at 4:00pm tomorrow evening. We hope to see you there!  

For anyone planning to attend and wishing to follow along with the prayers and hymns from home, a PDF version of our Evening Prayer booklet for tomorrow’s service can be accessed

On August 30th, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at IU will hold its first online Sunday Service. All are welcome to attend virtually! To join us, please follow the Zoom link provided above at 4:00pm tomorrow evening. We hope to see you there!  

For anyone planning to attend and wishing to follow along with the prayers and hymns from home, a PDF version of our Evening Prayer booklet for tomorrow’s service can be accessed here

 
 

 

In the Episcopal Church, the sacrament of Holy Eucharist, that is, Communion, is the principal act of worship on the Lord’s Day. “Eucharist” is taken from the Greek word, which means “Thanksgiving.” Other names for the Holy Eucharist include the Mass, possibly taken from the Latin dismissal, “Ite, missa est,” which means “Go, you are dismissed,” or “Go, the Mass is ended.” This sacrament is also referred to as the “Holy Mysteries.”

There are 2 parts to the Holy Eucharist:
1. The Liturgy of the Word, or pro-anaphora or ante-communion. This is the part of the service that precedes the Offertory. It is dedicated to readings from the Old Testament and New Testament, hymns and a sermon.
2. The Great Thanksgiving or Prayer of Consecration is the second part of the service. This part is referred to as the anaphora. Taken from the Greek, anaphora means offering.
During the prayers, we remember the story of Jesus, his gift of the Last Supper, and then pray his prayer, The Lord’s Prayer. After the gifts of bread and wine are consecrated, they are distribution to the congregation. Following communion, the congregation prays and then is dismissed to go into the world with strength and good courage to continue God’s work to repair creation.

The Canterbury House Chapel Holy Communion or Mass is celebrated each Sunday at 4:00 pm. The Episcopal Church follows the practice of an open table. Baptized persons from all faith traditions are invited to receive the sacraments at the Episcopal altar.

Feb
20
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Mass (Join us virtually!) @ Canterbury House
Feb 20 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
On August 30th, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at IU will hold its first online Sunday Service. All are welcome to attend virtually! To join us, please follow the Zoom link provided above at 4:00pm tomorrow evening. We hope to see you there!  

For anyone planning to attend and wishing to follow along with the prayers and hymns from home, a PDF version of our Evening Prayer booklet for tomorrow’s service can be accessed

On August 30th, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at IU will hold its first online Sunday Service. All are welcome to attend virtually! To join us, please follow the Zoom link provided above at 4:00pm tomorrow evening. We hope to see you there!  

For anyone planning to attend and wishing to follow along with the prayers and hymns from home, a PDF version of our Evening Prayer booklet for tomorrow’s service can be accessed here

 
 

 

In the Episcopal Church, the sacrament of Holy Eucharist, that is, Communion, is the principal act of worship on the Lord’s Day. “Eucharist” is taken from the Greek word, which means “Thanksgiving.” Other names for the Holy Eucharist include the Mass, possibly taken from the Latin dismissal, “Ite, missa est,” which means “Go, you are dismissed,” or “Go, the Mass is ended.” This sacrament is also referred to as the “Holy Mysteries.”

There are 2 parts to the Holy Eucharist:
1. The Liturgy of the Word, or pro-anaphora or ante-communion. This is the part of the service that precedes the Offertory. It is dedicated to readings from the Old Testament and New Testament, hymns and a sermon.
2. The Great Thanksgiving or Prayer of Consecration is the second part of the service. This part is referred to as the anaphora. Taken from the Greek, anaphora means offering.
During the prayers, we remember the story of Jesus, his gift of the Last Supper, and then pray his prayer, The Lord’s Prayer. After the gifts of bread and wine are consecrated, they are distribution to the congregation. Following communion, the congregation prays and then is dismissed to go into the world with strength and good courage to continue God’s work to repair creation.

The Canterbury House Chapel Holy Communion or Mass is celebrated each Sunday at 4:00 pm. The Episcopal Church follows the practice of an open table. Baptized persons from all faith traditions are invited to receive the sacraments at the Episcopal altar.

Feb
27
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Mass (Join us virtually!) @ Canterbury House
Feb 27 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
On August 30th, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at IU will hold its first online Sunday Service. All are welcome to attend virtually! To join us, please follow the Zoom link provided above at 4:00pm tomorrow evening. We hope to see you there!  

For anyone planning to attend and wishing to follow along with the prayers and hymns from home, a PDF version of our Evening Prayer booklet for tomorrow’s service can be accessed

On August 30th, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at IU will hold its first online Sunday Service. All are welcome to attend virtually! To join us, please follow the Zoom link provided above at 4:00pm tomorrow evening. We hope to see you there!  

For anyone planning to attend and wishing to follow along with the prayers and hymns from home, a PDF version of our Evening Prayer booklet for tomorrow’s service can be accessed here

 
 

 

In the Episcopal Church, the sacrament of Holy Eucharist, that is, Communion, is the principal act of worship on the Lord’s Day. “Eucharist” is taken from the Greek word, which means “Thanksgiving.” Other names for the Holy Eucharist include the Mass, possibly taken from the Latin dismissal, “Ite, missa est,” which means “Go, you are dismissed,” or “Go, the Mass is ended.” This sacrament is also referred to as the “Holy Mysteries.”

There are 2 parts to the Holy Eucharist:
1. The Liturgy of the Word, or pro-anaphora or ante-communion. This is the part of the service that precedes the Offertory. It is dedicated to readings from the Old Testament and New Testament, hymns and a sermon.
2. The Great Thanksgiving or Prayer of Consecration is the second part of the service. This part is referred to as the anaphora. Taken from the Greek, anaphora means offering.
During the prayers, we remember the story of Jesus, his gift of the Last Supper, and then pray his prayer, The Lord’s Prayer. After the gifts of bread and wine are consecrated, they are distribution to the congregation. Following communion, the congregation prays and then is dismissed to go into the world with strength and good courage to continue God’s work to repair creation.

The Canterbury House Chapel Holy Communion or Mass is celebrated each Sunday at 4:00 pm. The Episcopal Church follows the practice of an open table. Baptized persons from all faith traditions are invited to receive the sacraments at the Episcopal altar.

Mar
6
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Mass (Join us virtually!) @ Canterbury House
Mar 6 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
On August 30th, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at IU will hold its first online Sunday Service. All are welcome to attend virtually! To join us, please follow the Zoom link provided above at 4:00pm tomorrow evening. We hope to see you there!  

For anyone planning to attend and wishing to follow along with the prayers and hymns from home, a PDF version of our Evening Prayer booklet for tomorrow’s service can be accessed

On August 30th, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at IU will hold its first online Sunday Service. All are welcome to attend virtually! To join us, please follow the Zoom link provided above at 4:00pm tomorrow evening. We hope to see you there!  

For anyone planning to attend and wishing to follow along with the prayers and hymns from home, a PDF version of our Evening Prayer booklet for tomorrow’s service can be accessed here

 
 

 

In the Episcopal Church, the sacrament of Holy Eucharist, that is, Communion, is the principal act of worship on the Lord’s Day. “Eucharist” is taken from the Greek word, which means “Thanksgiving.” Other names for the Holy Eucharist include the Mass, possibly taken from the Latin dismissal, “Ite, missa est,” which means “Go, you are dismissed,” or “Go, the Mass is ended.” This sacrament is also referred to as the “Holy Mysteries.”

There are 2 parts to the Holy Eucharist:
1. The Liturgy of the Word, or pro-anaphora or ante-communion. This is the part of the service that precedes the Offertory. It is dedicated to readings from the Old Testament and New Testament, hymns and a sermon.
2. The Great Thanksgiving or Prayer of Consecration is the second part of the service. This part is referred to as the anaphora. Taken from the Greek, anaphora means offering.
During the prayers, we remember the story of Jesus, his gift of the Last Supper, and then pray his prayer, The Lord’s Prayer. After the gifts of bread and wine are consecrated, they are distribution to the congregation. Following communion, the congregation prays and then is dismissed to go into the world with strength and good courage to continue God’s work to repair creation.

The Canterbury House Chapel Holy Communion or Mass is celebrated each Sunday at 4:00 pm. The Episcopal Church follows the practice of an open table. Baptized persons from all faith traditions are invited to receive the sacraments at the Episcopal altar.

Mar
13
Sun
Mass (Join us virtually!) @ Canterbury House
Mar 13 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
On August 30th, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at IU will hold its first online Sunday Service. All are welcome to attend virtually! To join us, please follow the Zoom link provided above at 4:00pm tomorrow evening. We hope to see you there!  

For anyone planning to attend and wishing to follow along with the prayers and hymns from home, a PDF version of our Evening Prayer booklet for tomorrow’s service can be accessed

On August 30th, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at IU will hold its first online Sunday Service. All are welcome to attend virtually! To join us, please follow the Zoom link provided above at 4:00pm tomorrow evening. We hope to see you there!  

For anyone planning to attend and wishing to follow along with the prayers and hymns from home, a PDF version of our Evening Prayer booklet for tomorrow’s service can be accessed here

 
 

 

In the Episcopal Church, the sacrament of Holy Eucharist, that is, Communion, is the principal act of worship on the Lord’s Day. “Eucharist” is taken from the Greek word, which means “Thanksgiving.” Other names for the Holy Eucharist include the Mass, possibly taken from the Latin dismissal, “Ite, missa est,” which means “Go, you are dismissed,” or “Go, the Mass is ended.” This sacrament is also referred to as the “Holy Mysteries.”

There are 2 parts to the Holy Eucharist:
1. The Liturgy of the Word, or pro-anaphora or ante-communion. This is the part of the service that precedes the Offertory. It is dedicated to readings from the Old Testament and New Testament, hymns and a sermon.
2. The Great Thanksgiving or Prayer of Consecration is the second part of the service. This part is referred to as the anaphora. Taken from the Greek, anaphora means offering.
During the prayers, we remember the story of Jesus, his gift of the Last Supper, and then pray his prayer, The Lord’s Prayer. After the gifts of bread and wine are consecrated, they are distribution to the congregation. Following communion, the congregation prays and then is dismissed to go into the world with strength and good courage to continue God’s work to repair creation.

The Canterbury House Chapel Holy Communion or Mass is celebrated each Sunday at 4:00 pm. The Episcopal Church follows the practice of an open table. Baptized persons from all faith traditions are invited to receive the sacraments at the Episcopal altar.

Mar
20
Sun
Mass (Join us virtually!) @ Canterbury House
Mar 20 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
On August 30th, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at IU will hold its first online Sunday Service. All are welcome to attend virtually! To join us, please follow the Zoom link provided above at 4:00pm tomorrow evening. We hope to see you there!  

For anyone planning to attend and wishing to follow along with the prayers and hymns from home, a PDF version of our Evening Prayer booklet for tomorrow’s service can be accessed

On August 30th, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at IU will hold its first online Sunday Service. All are welcome to attend virtually! To join us, please follow the Zoom link provided above at 4:00pm tomorrow evening. We hope to see you there!  

For anyone planning to attend and wishing to follow along with the prayers and hymns from home, a PDF version of our Evening Prayer booklet for tomorrow’s service can be accessed here

 
 

 

In the Episcopal Church, the sacrament of Holy Eucharist, that is, Communion, is the principal act of worship on the Lord’s Day. “Eucharist” is taken from the Greek word, which means “Thanksgiving.” Other names for the Holy Eucharist include the Mass, possibly taken from the Latin dismissal, “Ite, missa est,” which means “Go, you are dismissed,” or “Go, the Mass is ended.” This sacrament is also referred to as the “Holy Mysteries.”

There are 2 parts to the Holy Eucharist:
1. The Liturgy of the Word, or pro-anaphora or ante-communion. This is the part of the service that precedes the Offertory. It is dedicated to readings from the Old Testament and New Testament, hymns and a sermon.
2. The Great Thanksgiving or Prayer of Consecration is the second part of the service. This part is referred to as the anaphora. Taken from the Greek, anaphora means offering.
During the prayers, we remember the story of Jesus, his gift of the Last Supper, and then pray his prayer, The Lord’s Prayer. After the gifts of bread and wine are consecrated, they are distribution to the congregation. Following communion, the congregation prays and then is dismissed to go into the world with strength and good courage to continue God’s work to repair creation.

The Canterbury House Chapel Holy Communion or Mass is celebrated each Sunday at 4:00 pm. The Episcopal Church follows the practice of an open table. Baptized persons from all faith traditions are invited to receive the sacraments at the Episcopal altar.

Mar
27
Sun
Mass (Join us virtually!) @ Canterbury House
Mar 27 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
On August 30th, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at IU will hold its first online Sunday Service. All are welcome to attend virtually! To join us, please follow the Zoom link provided above at 4:00pm tomorrow evening. We hope to see you there!  

For anyone planning to attend and wishing to follow along with the prayers and hymns from home, a PDF version of our Evening Prayer booklet for tomorrow’s service can be accessed

On August 30th, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at IU will hold its first online Sunday Service. All are welcome to attend virtually! To join us, please follow the Zoom link provided above at 4:00pm tomorrow evening. We hope to see you there!  

For anyone planning to attend and wishing to follow along with the prayers and hymns from home, a PDF version of our Evening Prayer booklet for tomorrow’s service can be accessed here

 
 

 

In the Episcopal Church, the sacrament of Holy Eucharist, that is, Communion, is the principal act of worship on the Lord’s Day. “Eucharist” is taken from the Greek word, which means “Thanksgiving.” Other names for the Holy Eucharist include the Mass, possibly taken from the Latin dismissal, “Ite, missa est,” which means “Go, you are dismissed,” or “Go, the Mass is ended.” This sacrament is also referred to as the “Holy Mysteries.”

There are 2 parts to the Holy Eucharist:
1. The Liturgy of the Word, or pro-anaphora or ante-communion. This is the part of the service that precedes the Offertory. It is dedicated to readings from the Old Testament and New Testament, hymns and a sermon.
2. The Great Thanksgiving or Prayer of Consecration is the second part of the service. This part is referred to as the anaphora. Taken from the Greek, anaphora means offering.
During the prayers, we remember the story of Jesus, his gift of the Last Supper, and then pray his prayer, The Lord’s Prayer. After the gifts of bread and wine are consecrated, they are distribution to the congregation. Following communion, the congregation prays and then is dismissed to go into the world with strength and good courage to continue God’s work to repair creation.

The Canterbury House Chapel Holy Communion or Mass is celebrated each Sunday at 4:00 pm. The Episcopal Church follows the practice of an open table. Baptized persons from all faith traditions are invited to receive the sacraments at the Episcopal altar.

Apr
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Sun
Mass (Join us virtually!) @ Canterbury House
Apr 3 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
On August 30th, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at IU will hold its first online Sunday Service. All are welcome to attend virtually! To join us, please follow the Zoom link provided above at 4:00pm tomorrow evening. We hope to see you there!  

For anyone planning to attend and wishing to follow along with the prayers and hymns from home, a PDF version of our Evening Prayer booklet for tomorrow’s service can be accessed

On August 30th, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at IU will hold its first online Sunday Service. All are welcome to attend virtually! To join us, please follow the Zoom link provided above at 4:00pm tomorrow evening. We hope to see you there!  

For anyone planning to attend and wishing to follow along with the prayers and hymns from home, a PDF version of our Evening Prayer booklet for tomorrow’s service can be accessed here

 
 

 

In the Episcopal Church, the sacrament of Holy Eucharist, that is, Communion, is the principal act of worship on the Lord’s Day. “Eucharist” is taken from the Greek word, which means “Thanksgiving.” Other names for the Holy Eucharist include the Mass, possibly taken from the Latin dismissal, “Ite, missa est,” which means “Go, you are dismissed,” or “Go, the Mass is ended.” This sacrament is also referred to as the “Holy Mysteries.”

There are 2 parts to the Holy Eucharist:
1. The Liturgy of the Word, or pro-anaphora or ante-communion. This is the part of the service that precedes the Offertory. It is dedicated to readings from the Old Testament and New Testament, hymns and a sermon.
2. The Great Thanksgiving or Prayer of Consecration is the second part of the service. This part is referred to as the anaphora. Taken from the Greek, anaphora means offering.
During the prayers, we remember the story of Jesus, his gift of the Last Supper, and then pray his prayer, The Lord’s Prayer. After the gifts of bread and wine are consecrated, they are distribution to the congregation. Following communion, the congregation prays and then is dismissed to go into the world with strength and good courage to continue God’s work to repair creation.

The Canterbury House Chapel Holy Communion or Mass is celebrated each Sunday at 4:00 pm. The Episcopal Church follows the practice of an open table. Baptized persons from all faith traditions are invited to receive the sacraments at the Episcopal altar.