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SUNDAY STAFF

The First Sunday in Lent

March 10, 2019

FULL-TIME CLERGY The Reverend Dr. Christopher D. Girata Rector The Reverend Dr. Eric J. Liles Associate for Formation The Reverend Lisa Flores Musser Associate for Worship and Liturgy The Reverend Greg Pickens Associate for Pastoral Care PART-TIME CLERGY The Reverend Canon Michael Harmuth Priest Associate for Worship

Welcome to Saint Michael and All Angels! As we engage the season of Lent, we’re glad you have joined us as we renew our focus on Christ and the sacrifice made for our salvation. Saint Michael is a community of believers pursuing Christ and caring one for another. As such, please let us know if you are visiting, or in need of prayer support, by filling out a communication/prayer request card located in the backs of the pews. We hope that your time among us will be filled with a sense of connection, and we hope to see you again soon!

The Reverend Amy Heller Priest Associate for Worship The Reverend Bob Johnston Associate for Contemporary Worship The Reverend Mary Lessmann Associate for Spiritual Growth

Vacation Bible School 2019

The Reverend Dr. Hiltrude Nusser-Telfer Priest Associate for Pastoral Care The Reverend Canon René Somodevilla Priest Associate for Worship MUSIC STAFF Justin Brooks Director of Contemporary Worship Jonathan Ryan Director of Music and Organist Dr. Margaret Harper Associate Director of Music and Organist Owen Reid Organ Scholar

WORSHIP SCHEDULE

Registration opens March 31! Get ready for an exciting week full of epic music, spectacular science, crafty crafts, heroic recreation, and fantastic Bible stories that will help kids (and leaders) discover their strength in God. Registration will end May 19 and space is limited so be sure to sign up early! We will also needs lots of volunteers to make VBS happen so volunteer online at www.saintmichael.org/cfm when registration opens on March 31. Contact Regan Wallace, rwallace@saintmichael.org, or VBS co-chair Alisa Richardson, a.richardson214@gmail.com, for any questions.

Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 7 a.m. Morning Prayer (BMC)

Lenten MeditationSeries

Tuesday and Thursday 7 a.m. Eucharist (BMC)

MINI RECITALS FEATURING HARPSICHORD AND ORGAN PAIRED WITH MEDITATIONS ON THE SEVEN LAST WORDS OF CHRIST

Wednesdays 10 a.m. Healing Service (BMC) Saturday 8:30 a.m Eucharist (BMC) 5:30 p.m. Candlelight Service (SMC) SUNDAY SERVICES 7:30 a.m. Traditional Rite I (SMC) 9 a.m. Traditional Rite II (Church) 9 a.m. Joy: A Children’s Service (SMC) 11 a.m. Traditional Rite I (Church) 11 a.m. Contemporary Rite II (Parish Hall) 5:30 p.m. Evening Prayer & Eucharist Rite I (SMC)

WEDNESDAYS IN LENT | 12:15-1 P.M. | BISHOP MOORE CHAPEL March 13 | Luke 23:34 | Rev. Bob Johnston | Jonathan Ryan March 20 | Luke 23:43 | Rev. Greg Pickens | Dr. Margaret Harper March 27 | John 19:26-27 | Rev. Dr. Eric J. Liles | Owen Reid April 3 | Matthew 22:46 | Rev. René Somodevilla | Glenn Stroh April 10 | John 19:28 | Rev. Dr. Christopher D. Girata | Dr. Margaret Harper April 17 | John 19:30, Luke 23:46 | Rev. Mary Lessmann | Jonathan Ryan

8 p.m. Choral Compline (Church)

Priest on Call – If you have an urgent need to contact a priest after hours, call (214) 232-7512.

d Need Prayer – Prayer Teams can pray with you during Sunday morning services.


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Lenten benefiting Coat Drive St. Philip's School and Community Center

March 6 through April 18

Revive Divorce Ministry Join us for 8 Wednesdays Beginning March 13 7-9 p.m. in the Youth Center Blue Room This Spring, Saint Michael and All Angels will offer a confidential and safe place for learning, healing, and support for those dealing with divorce. We will be using an excellent and practical text, Rebuilding by Bruce Fisher. Clergy and professional counselors will lead the group. Cost for the series is $250 (limited number of scholarships available), and advance registration is required.

register online at saintmichael.org/revive

EYC EVENTS YOUTH SPEED ZONE TRIP SPEED ZONE | MARCH 24 | 4:30 - 6:30 P.M. | $40 All youth are welcome to join us for games and fellowship at Speed Zone Go-Carts and Arcade. We will meet at the SMAA at 4:40 p.m., Caravan to Speed Zone, and return by 6:30 p.m. Please register online at saintmichael.org/youth.

BOOK STORE

Please do some spring cleaning and donate new and gently used coats for children and adults of all ages. Coats will be stored until November and December when St. Philip’s will distribute them at their annual Thanksgiving Feast and Christmas Store.

LENTEN RETREAT Led by Brother James Koester & Brother Jim Woodrum, SSJE

March 30 | 9 a.m. - Noon | Coke Room This day will have ample times of silence to allow us to come away, and rest awhile. Interspersed throughout our time together, will be a series of addresses focused on some of the characters in the Gospel of John and how they invite us to reflect on what Prologue might mean where it says to all who received him, who believed in his name, he gave power to become children of God, who were born, not of blood or of the will of the flesh or of the will of man, but of God.

$10 Admission Register at saintmichael.org/lentenretreat by March 29. Questions? hfisher@saintmichael.org

Easter has arrived in the store! We have a beautiful selection of hand painted eggs from Austria and Germany in a variety of bright colors and themes. Also, a lot of fun Easter dĂŠcor from our Fair Trade vendors that will make great gifts!


MORE UPCOMING OPPORTUNITIES POETRY & FAITH | MAR. 14 March 14 | 7 - 8:30 p.m. | Chapel Conference Room Join the Poetry & Faith discussion group Thursday evening, to explore the poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke (in translation). Rilke is widely recognized as one of the most lyrically intense German-language poets. Open to all at Saint Michael and their friends. For more information, contact Richard Kilgore, richard.kilgore@gmail.com. ENNEAGRAM REUNION CLASS | MAR. 18, 19 Once a Month | Mary Ann Webster | Coke Room Mondays - 6:30 - 8 p.m. | Tuesdays - 1 - 2:30 p.m. The 120+ graduates of the 12-week course on the Enneagram will now have the opportunity to come together to share their experiences of living in the world. These gatherings will be offered monthly both in the daytime and evenings through May. We will build on the knowledge gained earlier by discussing in greater depth what it means to be in the heart, head, or gut triad. We’ll also look at how we are progressing in dealing with “security” and “stress” numbers–and so much more! For additional information on this Reunion Class or to learn more about how to take the course, contact Mary Ann Webster at maryannwebster@gmail.com. PT CRUISERS GO TO THE DALLAS ARBORETUM | MAR. 21 9:30 a.m. | Dallas Arboretum Come join us as we tiptoe through the tulips at Dallas Blooms at the Arboretum. See God’s spring handiwork! Cost is $10 plus “on your own” lunch at the Highland Park Cafeteria. Deadline to register is Sunday, March 17th. Call Bonita Frederick at 214.728.6440 to make your reservation

GOD’S STORY WILL RETURN MARCH 17

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TUESDAY 7 P.M.

MARCH 19

UNIVERSITY CHOIR

University of the South, Sewanee, TN The acclaimed University Choir of Sewanee presents a varied program of masterpieces of the choral repertoire. In existence since the University was founded in 1860, the University Choir, directed by Dr. Geoffrey Harris Ward, is an active touring ensemble. The choir has performed extensively across the U.S. and Canada, and has been in demand, making more than ten tours of England! Join us for a concert filled with beloved classics and exciting new gems!

saintmichael.org/smp

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