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Gem of George St

Can you keep a secret?

During St Andrew’s Cathedral School’s term-time, their choir and congregation joins for Morning Prayer on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 8:00 AM, and Evening Prayer each Thursday at 5:30 PM, the latter of which I’ve somehow managed to attend fairly regularly over the past few years (alas, I rarely awaken in time for Morning Prayer, though.) While we’re fairly cosy at EP (myself and three chums from there take turns each week to shout each-other a cuppa in the QVB afterwards), all the same I reckon it’d be fairly nice if you too would come along.

Hence this screed. Combining (amongst other things) rather fine liturgy, pretty sound exposition and utterly sublime music all in the one place for free, I dare say St Andrew’s Cathedral Evening Prayer could be just the ticket to a nice Thursday Evening (or perhaps even longer.)

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Missiological assumptions? – link to post by Michael Jensen

In a post which pleasantly surprised me, Michael Jensen (a son of Archbishop Peter Jensen) herein questions various missiologically-argued practices prevalent (amongst other places) in certain Sydney circles.   In particular, he questions whether an a priori committment to apparent ad-hoc informality of services is fully warranted by missiological research.

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