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RECORDING of today's (Sept. 24) Morning Prayer Service is here:
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NOTE: a RECORDING of this service will appear here approximately 1 hour following its conclusion.
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Readings: Sept. 24th
NOTE: We use "Track 2" readings at St. Richard's
LOOKING AHEAD - Next Sunday's readings:
Domingo 17 de Pentecostés
24 septiembre: LECTURAS
Lecturas para el Próximo Domingo:
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NOTE: The Beacon is on hiatus due to the editor's recuperating from a stroke. Keep Iris Walters in your prayers.
Love and blessings
We have invited a speaker with experience in ministry to diverse communities since we would like to learn how we might better serve all the diverse communities of our mountain area.
St. Richard's values diversity and seeks to combat racism & intolerance within our community and beyond.
We are committed to advocating for justice, equity, and well-being for all, so that people of every race, gender, orientation & cultural background may thrive.
Please call Fr. Gary for more information: 909/744-7999
The Mountain Homeless Coalition ministry all started four years ago, when St. Richard's little Outreach Committee, along with a couple of our local Presbyterian friends, formed a 501c3 and by the grace of God connected with the county Homeless Services.
We were awarded a $1.1 million grant to purchase 8 units in Big Bear for permanent housing for the homeless. We work now with 50 new requests for assistance monthly.
More info OR care to HELP?:
The Rainbow Bridge Pet Sanctuary is this church's burial site for pets. Members and non-members are welcome to bury their beloved animals' ashes in our garden as well as place a brick marker engraved with the pet's name and dates of life with you.
Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you.
[picture: McWhirter Memorial Garden for Burials of cremains of our Loved Ones.
Members and non-members welcome.]
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