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Peace in our Time Prayer Event 2024


Fear is something we are used to by now. We live with it every day. But this summer, the anxiety feels more intense than normal, and it’s not hard to spot the cause of our heightened communal stress.

We need God’s resources, and we need to pray. So, on select Sunday afternoons beginning August 11, St. John’s will hold a short service of prayer for our nation. Yes,where else can we go when our heads are about to explode, but to our source of peace?

These prayer services, which we’re calling ‘Peace in our Time,’ will NOT be:
An opportunity to air your thoughts about anything,
A chance for the rector to tell everyone what he thinks,
A discussion of policies or personalities,
Praying that your personal political opinions will be vindicated.
There will be no sermon, no time of sharing, and no political messages disguised as liturgy.
We’ll just pray – both in silence and with written liturgy, and receive God’s resources to see us through this season. It’ll be a time to decompress, receive God’s Spirit of calm, and call on God for ‘Peace in our Time’ (as the 1662 Book of Common Prayer puts it.)
The dates have been chosen so as not to conflict with Sundays with special events. The services will start at 4pm. We’re still thinking through some of the practicalities, but for now make a note of these dates and determine you will pray for ‘Peace in our Time’.
Here are the dates:
August 11
August 25
September 1
September 15
September 29
October 13
October 27
November 3
All are welcome. Won’t you join us?