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In the Diocese Of Western Massachusetts we have the service of Compline at 8:00pm Monday – Friday. Download the Compline service here

Join Compline by Zoom Video Meeting

Zoom URL: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81497379387?pwd=blgvTHM4U1c4YkRwd3VmMUF5RGx3Zz09

Passcode: compline

In the time of COVID-19, there are many opportunities every day for online worship and other ways of connecting to Episcopalians. Here is a sampling:

Washington National Cathedral Washington DC

Trinity Church Wall Street  New York City

The Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine   New York City

Church of the Heavenly Rest  New York City

What is The Way of Love?

The deep roots of the Christian tradition offer a spiritual path toward deeper relationship with God, neighbor, and self. For centuries, monastic communities have shaped their lives around rhythms and disciplines for following Jesus together. Such a pattern is known as a “rule of life.”

When we commit to turn, learn, pray, worship, bless, go, and rest, we are engaging in and growing a rule of life. But what does that really mean? In this first episode, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, along with hosts Kyle Oliver and Sandy Milien, teaches us how we can use the Way of Love to train up our spirits, just like athletes train their bodies.

In an interview with the Rev. Lorenzo Lebrija, Bishop Curry discusses what that training might look like and how we can continually strive toward spiritual growth and depth—and importantly, how to get back up when we fall down. (quoted from The Episcopal Church website)

Episode one What is the Way of Love?

In each episode one aspect of the Way of Love is discussed, featuring Presiding Bishop Michael Curry and guests.

Episode two Pray

Episode three Rest

Episode four Worship

Episode five Learn

Episode six Bless

Episode seven Turn

Continue listening from the site

To learn more about The Way of Love, use this link.

From the website:

“Lord, make us instruments of your peace. Where there is hatred, let us sow love” (Book of Common Prayer, p. 833).

The promises we make in our Baptismal Covenant are reminders that we are not yet perfect, that we are called to move deeper in our faith and make a difference in our world. We do so together as the church, always professing that we will indeed live into our baptismal vows as followers of Christ, but always “with God’s help.”

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Episcopal Churches of the Southern Berkshires:

Christ Trinity Sheffield

St. Paul’s Stockbridge


Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts 

Diocese of Western Massachusetts 

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