We are gathering together, and continuing to be a community, using online technology

What is happening at St. Francis?

Click on an event in the calendar above, to see the Zoom information for online gatherings, and save to your calendars.

Sunday Morning Worship

Sundays at 9:00 AM. Join us Sunday mornings for Morning Prayer. Join Zoom meeting
Meeting ID: 409 268 543

You can find the Order of Service for the coming Sunday here:

Monday Bible Study with the Rector

Mondays at noon. Join David Lucey at noon on Mondays to study the lessons for the coming week. Each week’s lessons can be found at Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 351 247 728

Weekday Morning Prayer

Weekdays at 8:00 AM. Join us at 8 AM on weekdays for Morning Prayer. You can find the service in the Book of Common Prayer beginning on page 75 Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 430 494 980

Monday Contemplative Prayer

Mondays at 7:30 PM. Find a quiet spot in your home, and join us as Kathy Anderson leads us in contemplative prayer at 7:30 PM on Mondays. Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 712 095 945

Weekday Evening Prayer

Weekdays at 5:00 PM. Join us at 5 PM on weekdays for Evening Prayer. You can find the service in the Book of Common Prayer beginning on page 61 for Rite One, and on page 115 for Rite Two. Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 849 9498 9666

Wednesday Men’s Group Study

Wednesdays at 8:30 AM. The Men’s Group meets weekly to discuss God’s word, Christianity, and current affairs. During Lent, we will begin our meetings at 8:30 a.m.  For more information, including upcoming readings, please contact Phil Pifer ( Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 713 477 926

St. Francis Social Hour

Wednesdays at 5:30 PM. Join us for casual conversation at 5:30 PM on Wednesday. Grab your favorite beverage and let’s reconnect! Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 149 006 764

A Prayer in Time of Pandemic

This hour we turn to you, O Lord, in full knowledge of our frailty, our vulnerability, and our great need as your mortal creatures. We cry to you, as one human family, unsure of the path ahead, unequal to the unseen forces around us, frightened by the sickness and death that seem all too real to us now. Stir up your strength and visit us, O Lord; be our shield and rock and hiding place! Guide our leaders, our scientists, our nurses and doctors. Give them wisdom and fill their hearts with courage and determination. Make even this hour, O Lord, a season of blessing for us, that in fear we find you mighty to save, and in illness or death, we find the cross to be none other than the way of life. All this we ask in the name of the One who bore all our infirmities, even Jesus Christ our Risen and Victorious Lord. Amen.

The Rev. Dr. Kate Sonderegger

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