SERVICES – Services are streamed over Facebook.
How to link to a Facebook Live video
You do not need to have a Facebook account to link into a Facebook live video. Our diocese has a great explanation. Just search for Saints Andrew and Matthew.
Sunday – March 29th 10:00 a.m. (Live streamed service – Holy Eucharist)
Palm Sunday – April 5th
8:00 a.m. (Live streamed service – Morning Prayer and Liturgy of the Palms)
9:00 a.m. (Palms to Go – Pick up your palms from in front of SsAM until 10:00 a.m.)
11:00 a.m. (Live streamed service – Holy Eucharist)
Holy Week Schedule (April 6 – 11)
Monday – Thursday 8:00 a.m. (Live streamed Morning Prayer and Meditation)
Thursday 7:00 p.m. Maundy Thursday (Live streamed – Evening Prayer and stripping of the altar)
Good Friday – 8:00 a.m. (Live streamed Morning Prayer and Meditation)
Good Friday – Noon until 4:00 p.m. (Live streamed Noonday Prayers followed by virtual veneration of the cross)
Saturday – 8:00 a.m. (Live streamed Morning Prayer and Meditation)
Sunday, April 12th – Easter Sunday – The Feast of the Resurrection – 10:00 a.m. (Live streamed Holy Eucharist)
Click the links below to share in the SsAM worship experience:
WEEKLY VISION NEWSLETTER
(Our Sunday Bulletin with Announcements)
We pray that all of you are well. Please read the Rector’s Reflection below for the latest news.
LEAFLET (Order of Worship)
Although we will not have a public worship service, here are the scripture readings and the prayers for Lent V.
PotP Lent 5 3.29.20 Yr A (composed by Christina Brennan Lee)
OUR LITURGY UNFOLDED
ANNUAL MEETING MATERIALS
MUSIC AND LITURGY
THE BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER
Many of the services conducted at SsAM are based on the Book of Common Prayer. There are numerous services in the book for various occasions such as Holy Eucharist, Evening Prayer, Special Feast Days, Funerals, Weddings, Baptisms, Confirmation, to name a few. For each service, a liturgical structure is given along with options for customization. There are various choices and suggestion for scripture reading, canticles, hymns and prayers.
Episcopal services are similar to those of the Roman Catholic Church and to many Protestant denominations, all based on ancient tradition. If you are familiar with those services, ours will not seem new to you. But even lifelong Episcopalians find themselves wondering about parts of the service. If you have a question, feel free to ask your neighbor in the pew, or ask the priest, or explore one of the links below. Also, click here to take a look at our philosophy on liturgical design.
In addition to the prayers from the Book of Common Prayer and those written by congregation member Christina Brennan Lee, we hope you will pray these prayers throughout the week.
EPISCOPAL WORSHIP EXPLAINED
The following links take you to websites that explain worship in most Episcopal/Anglican churches. These sites were not created by The Episcopal Church of Saints Andrew and Matthew, but are consistent with our philosophy and practices.