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Past Events

Advent Messy Church

Join us for the first Sunday on Advent with a special Messy Church. What is Advent? Come find out. What is Messy Church? This is a family-integrated approach to enjoy gathering as a community of faith. Everybody is welcome! From the younger among us to the younger at heart. We will do hands-on activities to explore Advent themes from Scripture, to reflect…

Easter Vigil

The Great Vigil, when observed, is the first liturgy of Easter Day. It is celebrated at a convenient time between sunset on Holy Saturday and sunrise on Easter morning. It is appropriate that the service begin in darkness. The liturgy normally consists of four parts: The Service of Light: a new fire is kindled, and from it the Paschal Candle is lit,…

Stations of the Cross

The Stations of the Cross have formed part of Christian devotion at Passiontide for many centuries because they enable us to engage actively with the path of suffering walked by Jesus. They originated when early Christians visited Jerusalem and wanted to follow literally in the footsteps of Jesus, tracing the path from Pilate’s house to Calvary. They would pause for prayer and…

Good Friday

The Good Friday liturgy is the second part of the Triduum (the sacred three days). This most somber of all days is appropriately marked by fasting, abstinence, and penitence, leading us to focus on Jesus and the meaning of his Cross. Some churches do not use musical instruments or bells on this day. The church is often darkened. The bare, stark appearance…

Maundy Thursday

Maundy Thursday receives its name from the mandatum (commandment) given by our Lord: “A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another: just as I have loved you, you also are to love one another” (JOHN 13:34). At the Last Supper, Jesus washed his disciples’ feet and commanded them to love and serve one another as he had done.…

All Hallow’s Eve Service

Join St. Brendan’s on October 31st for our All Hallow’s Eve liturgy. We will plan to have our monthly meal following service.

Sunday Evening Prayer

During the current health situation in our country, St. Brendan’s is meeting outside on Sunday mornings. On Sunday nights, we hold an evening prayer through Zoom. If you could like to participate, send us a note, and I’ll send you a link to the upcoming Zoom meeting. If you would to participate, please contact us…

Fellowship Meal

On the fourth Sunday of each month, we enjoy a covered dish luncheon together. Please join us for a time of fellowship and good food!

Healing Prayer Service

Join St. Brendan’s Anglican Church for a Healing Prayer service. We will pray for those present while also praying for the needs of the people in our community. What is an Anglican Healing Service like? First and foremost, we gather to worship our Risen Lord through prayer, Scripture, and song. As we pray, we lift up…

Messy Church

Join us for a family-friendly time of worship. Children and adults worship and celebrate the goodness of God through story, creative exercises, singing, prayer, and communion. This is a way for our whole body to honor our young people by worshipping alongside them in ways that are suitable for children of all ages.