8:30 am Sunday (Rite I):  In-Person Worship
10:00 am Sunday (Rite II): In-Person & Live Streamed Worship
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Third Sunday after Pentecost

June 26, 2022


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 8:30 am Rite 1 (In Person & Live-streamed)
 10:00 am Rite II (In Person & Outdoors)                




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A Plarner’s Prayer For Ukraine By Diane Quin Slagle

          We often have much, and still wish for more. Today, our hearts break from this brutal war. Dear God above, please guide our hands, As we make our mats for this broken land. With plastic bags, we loop and weave. For mothers and children we pray and grieve. Bless the hands that crochet the plarn, The sorters, and cutters who roll this yarn. We ask you God, to protect these mats, They will journey far into deadly combat. We ask that by grace, You place these beds Under the terrified, and exhausted heads, Of those who are hungry, and weary, and cold. May they find comfort when each mat unfolds. For the soldiers of Ukraine, who bravely fight, May they rest on our mats until morning’s light. Finally, God, we Plarners pray, That Angels continue sending bags our way. For when we plarn, we worship You. Each stitch is a prayer in vibrant hue. Lift up the Ukrainians with strength to cope… Until peace is theirs, grant them love and hope. Amen

A Prayer for Transition

God of love, in this interim time, we pray for our parish family, that we may be genuine in our self-reflection, tireless in our commitment, patient in our discernment, loving in our communion, open in our search, imaginative about our future, and daring in our faith.  As we enter into this new era with excitement and even some anxiety, we recall your deep compassion, presence, and abounding love. We thank you for the gifts, talents, and skills with which you have blessed us. We thank you for the experiences that have brought us to this moment. Be with us as we move forward, rejoicing with you and supporting one another. All this we pray, empowered by the love of Jesus Christ. Amen.

~St. Martin’s in the Field, Keller TX