PERSON SERVICES TAKE PLACE AT ST. AUGUSTINE OF CANTERBURY EPISCOPAL
CHURCH, OKLAHOMA CITY, BOTH AT 8:30AM AND 10:45AM EACH SUNDAY. THE 10:45AM SERVICE IS ALSO BROADCAST LIVE ON THE ST. AUGUSTINE YOUTUBE CHANNEL.
8:30 am Sunday Service is a Holy Eucharist (Communion)
service. This service is normally conducted from one of the most
traditional liturgies, known as the Rite One liturgy, found in our Book
of Common Prayer. Music is solely from the Hymnal 1982. A slightly
shorter homily is often delivered. The liturgy is sung and incense is used. The entire service normally lasts between 60 minutes.
10:45 am Sunday Service is a celebration Holy Eucharist (Communion) service. Worship begins with confession and absolution so that all
participants enter the celebration and worship with clean hearts and
minds. The service normally follows an ancient-modern approach to the
liturgy. We seek to engage all of the senses, using variations of an
order of service in the Book of Common Prayer known as the Rite Two
12 noon Wednesday Service is usually a small
gathering of participants who share in a brief service with no music.
The service offers a homily, prayers and Holy Eucharist, and runs 25-30
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