WORSHIP AT ST. LAIKA’S

Here is the service of evening prayer for today, the feast of both St. Columba and St. Ephrem. There's lots of Celtic and Syrian Orthodox stuff in it, both words and music and an mind staggeringly brilliant reading from the writings of St. Ephrem on how we should approach scripture. Although written over 1600 years ago this extract of Ephrem's work is spot on relevant for today. It should be read by every Christian before studying the Bible, especially when they join together to do so.

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Ellie has post up at THE ANCHORHOLD @ OCICBW... entitled "A Time For Looking Within," which you all should check out, especially those of you who never seem to have time for yourself during the day.

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WORSHIP AT ST. LAIKA’S — 6 Comments

  1. Thanks, MP, just what I needed (though I needed to pretend it was evening already). Pain is slow to resolve today and I am by myself at work moving slowly. I particularly liked the reading – let the fountain quench your thirst, do not let your thirst quench the fountain… Peace.

  2. Thanks, Renz. I’ve settled on evening prayer because I can get it out in time for both my New World and Old World readers.