WEDNESDAY NOONDAY EUCHARIST RETURNS!
We will resume our Noonday Eucharist on June 16th. This well beloved service that takes place in the side chapel is about 30 minutes long and includes scripture, prayer, a short homily and Holy Communion. We hope to see you there!
The congregation of Temple B’nai Israel and Rabbi Vered Harris cordially invite you to participate in a Shabbat service commemorating “Juneteenth” on Friday, June 18th at 7:00 p.m. Our own Fr. Joseph Alsay will be the guest preacher at this momentous event. Temple B’nai Israel is located on 4901 North Pennsylvania Avenue. For those unable to attend the service in- person, a live-stream option will be available.
St. Augustine is proud to join with our brothers and sisters from Grace Church, Yukon and St. Paul's Cathedral, as we participate in the Pride Parade on the afternoon of Saturday, June 26 at 10:00am in Scissortail Park. For more information contact Lynn Knippers, email@example.com
THE TERRIBLE AND TERRIFIC TWELVE
During the three years of Jesus’ earthly ministry many people followed him. He selected twelve disciples to follow him in a closer way and receive his personal teachings. These twelve are also known as the “apostles.” After Pentecost, these apostles became the catalyst for the spread of the gospel. You are invited to a six-week study each Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. beginning June 23rd, in which Father Joseph lead us in investigating who these apostles were, and how their lives relate to and influence our faith journey.