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Worship Information

Holy Cross Welcomes You!

COVID-19 Response:
In cooperation with the Governor’s directive and that of our Bishop,

be advised that ALL INDOOR IN-PERSON WORSHIP SERVICES and GROUP GATHERINGS
remain SUSPENDED through September 30.
Announcements concerning September "Neighborhood Outdoor Services"
are in our Newsletter.

The CHURCH remains OPEN for prayer and reflection just as our
MISSION and MINISTRY to the greater community CONTINUES.

Thank you for understanding.

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On Line Giving Is Now Available here or click
"Give Online"
 in the above Navigation Bar.

Here is our Holy Cross September, 2020 Newsletter.


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ONLINE GATHERINGS:

Sunday Morning:
Worship Service are offered at 10 am on "YouTube."

Click here to connect to the Church of the Holy Cross YouTube Channel
which offers an opportunity to view all preceding recorded weekday and Sunday services.

The coming Sunday's Worship Leaflet is available to download every Thursday evening here.


Weekday Worship Services:

All weekday services are offered live on line via "Zoom."
Compline is at 8 pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

Evening Prayer returns Wednesdays in October and begins at 6 pm.

Click here to be connected to these virtual services.
The "Virtual Waiting Room" opens 30 minutes before each service begins.
(Meeting ID: 889 4311 3582)

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Fellowship Opportunities:
"Coffee's On!"
via “Zoom” Saturday mornings at 10 am!
A weekly gathering hosted by Pan McCaslin.  Click here to join this informal opportunity
to catch up with members and friends of Holy Cross. 
Meeting ID is: 823 1411 1120


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"Who was St. Paul and Why does he Matter?"

A four-week study series on St. Paul led by Katerina Whitley commencing Thursday, September 17 at 4:00 pm and continuing through October 8

While advance registration is preferred, anyone may join the class. Click here to participate.

The "Virtual Waiting Room" opens 30 minutes before each session.

Meeting ID: 819 9665 5446

Passcode: 490340

 

 





 Holy Cross is an Episcopal Church and Member of the Diocese of
Western North Carolina.

Sunday Services from Sunday following Labor Day through Sunday prior to Memorial Day weekend at Holy Cross:
8:30 am:
Holy Communion, a quiet service (no music).
11 am:    Holy Communion (with music).
1st Tuesdays, 6:30 pm
      Contemplative worship service of quiet reflection, prayer and song.  
Wednesdays, 
5:30 pm       Quiet Holy Communion & Healing Service.

Office Hours: The office is located in Skiles Hall; our parish administrator's hours are Sunday-Thursday, 9 am to 5 pm.

Summer Schedule of Services Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day:

Sundays: 

9 am
    St. John’s Church: Holy Communion with “old-time Gospel style” hymns. Here are directions to St. John's.
11 am   Holy Cross Church: Traditional Holy Communion Service with hymns. Here are directions to Holy Cross.
(Please note healing ministers are present on first and third Sundays each month to pray with you as you desire.)

1st Tuesdays of the Month:  

6:30 pm   St. John’s Church, Contemplative worship services during summer months.

Wednesdays: 
5:30 pm   Holy Cross: Quiet Holy Communion & Healing Service (no music).

The Sacrament of Reconciliation: 
This Sacrament is offered at any time by appointment. Please contact the Rector directly at (828) 963-4609 ext. 22.
 
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Prayer Lists -- We have a separate page for our prayer lists here.
Or click on "Prayer Lists" under Parish News in the navigation bar at the top of each page.

 
                                          

This Sunday

 Please see the top of this page for updated information regarding Worship and Services during COVID-19 outbreak.

Service
Time

  8:30 am

 11 am:

Greeters
Oblationers

 

 

Ushers

 

 

Lector

 

 

Prayers of
the People

 

 

Chalice

 

 

Acolyte

 

 

 




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

Coming Up:

Next Week

 

Announcements

A Simple Gesture Continues

Food/Grocery Drive for the Hunger & Health Coalition

One in four children in the High Country are hungry. Along with other churches in the area, we have a simple way to meet this immediate need. Green recyclable grocery bags are available in the Choir Room.  Simply fill them with the items listed on the bag and return it to the Choir Room (under the bell tables) on the date listed on the bag.  Thank you!