Sunday Service Video Stream

FEBRUARY 14, 2021 SUNDAY

Happy Sunday Saint Stephen’s Family!

A link to the service, and a few informational items are below…

(1) Sunday’s service.  Abiding by physical distancing guidelines and other safety measures, a small worship team was able to produce our 48th  virtual service! Let’s watch the service at 11:00 am Sunday together as a church from the safety of our homes.

The Worship Team

Celebrant: The Reverend Franklyn Colebrooke Sr+
Crucifer: John Todd
Lay Reader: Kathy Tuttle
Soloist: The Reverend Franklyn Colebrooke Sr+
Organist: Mark Gibbons
Videographer: Michael Wells

You may watch the church service here:

https://youtu.be/lMlshsGB1P0

The hymns are 460, 7, and 618.

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(2) Ash Wednesday Service.  Abiding by physical distancing guidelines and other safety measures, a small worship team was able to produce our 49th  virtual service! Let’s watch the service at 7:00 pm Wednesday night together as a church from the safety of our homes.

The Worship Team

Celebrant: The Juliana Lindenberg
Crucifer: John Todd
Lay Reader: Winsome Foulkes
Organist: Mark Gibbons
Videographer: Michael Wells
 

—–   The service is listed as “private” and “unavailable” until it goes “public”  on Wednesday afternoon. —– It will be reposted as a separate service on this website on Ash Wednesday.

Link to Ash Wednesday Service (bookmark it now if you like):

https://youtu.be/P9sRghsOd_U

The hymns are 142, 149, and 411.

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(3) Schedule through February:

February 14 – Franklyn Colebrooke Sr+

February 17 – ASH WEDNESDAY - Juliana Lindenberg

February 21 – Justin Gabbard

February 28 – Franklyn Colebrooke Sr+

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(4) Pledges:

Although we are not physically in our space together, we are still together in our faith. Please continue to support the work of St. Stephen’s.

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Virtual services will continue for the foreseeable future.  We are following Diocesan service guidelines which require our county to be under certain thresholds and have stable or declining case rates.  Harnett county is still above those thresholds.  Stay tuned. I look forward to seeing you in person soon!

Vaccines, do your magic!

Michael B Wells, St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church – Erwin NC
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