Maundy Thursday Offering
April 9th, 2020
Please join the Rev. Oscar Rozo, Rev. Elizabeth Tester, and
Deacon Bill Dunlop in this Maundy Thursday meditation.
Sunday of the Passion: Palm Sunday | April 5, 2020
We enjoyed seeing all the comments in our livestream worship service last Sunday from people all throughout the diocese, and especially liked seeing the comments telling us where you were joining us from! We look forward to seeing you again this week.
We again invite you to come together as a diocese, as one part of the body of Christ, to worship with us. At 10 am, we will livestream a Liturgy of the Word with the Passion reading through YouTube and Facebook Live. This service will have officiants, preachers, readers, and musicians from throughout the diocese.
There will be no Palm Procession in the liturgy. Some parishes will be doing their own version of a procession before the 10 am worship begins. If you'd like to share what you're planning to do, we'd be delighted to share it with others.
This week's service will feature music, the reading of the Passion, guest preaching, hymns, and both familiar and new prayers. Our preacher for this week is the Rev. Pippa Lindwright.
The Rev. Pippa Lindwright
Mother Pippa moved to the diocese in May of last year and has been delighted to be the rector of St. Mary's, Dousman. She grew up in Oregon, attending Church of the Good Samaritan in Corvallis. She was confirmed in the Diocese of Oregon, before moving to Minnesota in high school. She began discernment of her call at St. Christopher's, Roseville while still in college, and attended Episcopal Divinity School shortly after graduating. She then was the associate rector at St. Bart's in Beaverton, Oregon for seven years. Mother Pippa is spending her quarantine time enjoying her new home in Oconomowoc, cuddling with her cat, reading books, playing board games online and Zooming with friends and family.
We have scheduled the service to run on both YouTube and Facebook. People commented last week that the picture was clearer when viewed on YouTube.
Please note: These are different links from last week.
We have made a service bulletin for you to follow along at home.
On Sunday morning, click here to view our service via YouTube: https://youtu.be/X6UODoXprS8
Or you can watch the livestream on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/DioceseOfMilwaukee/