Live-Streaming Worship

Join us for live-streaming worship on Tuesday in Holy Week:
5:30 pm – Holy Eucharist

All services stream at SSJE.org/chapel, or on the Friends of SSJE Facebook page.

"As we follow Our Lord in the days to come, we pray to behold Him as He is, and that the ultimate desire of our hearts may be to come before Christ and to know him, even as he has, from before Abraham, known us.– Br. Sean Glenn

On Tuesday in Holy Week at the Monastery, we celebrate the Eucharist in the evening. This evening gathering around the Lord's Table invites us to join the disciples at the Upper Room, sharing a meal with the Lord.

We reflect together on the words of used at the presentation of the Bread and Cup here at the Monastery, which derive from St. Augustine’s Sermon 57, On the Holy Eucharist: Behold what you are.  May we become what we receive.  

These words point to one of the deep truths of Christian faith: Through our participation in the sacraments (particularly baptism and Eucharist), we are transformed into the Body of Christ, given for the world.

How is God transforming you into Christ's Body and giving you to the world?

Audio:

Psalm 78:14-20, 23-25

Sermons:

  • "Hope for the Powerless and Needy" – Br. Curtis Almquist
    Br. Curtis Almquist walks us through Psalm 71, powerful words for all of us today, as we live in the fear of death and the hope of resurrection.
  • "The Journey from Darkness to Light" – Br. Jim Woodrum
    Br. Jim Woodrum encourages us to step from the shadows, and follow Jesus into the light of new life and resurrection.
  • "The Hour Has Come" – Br. Keith Nelson
    Br. Keith Nelson invites us to the experience of Holy Week as a time of vulnerability, allowing ourselves to experience the paradoxical binaries at the heart of the Gospel and our own lives.
  • "God's Strength in Our Weakness" – Br. David Vryhof
    Br. David Vryhof looks to the cross of Christ to discover how God's strength is made perfect through our weakness.
  • "The Legacy of Judas" – Br. Curtis Almquist
    Judas' presence at the table of our Lord is an invitation to us all: to mercy.
  • "Now, Now, Now" – Br. James Koester
    Pay attention: Now is the time when Jesus shall draw all people to himself.

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  2. Pamela J Wright on March 27, 2018 at 10:24

    I am very thankful and appreciative of these resources made available through this medium. It is perfect for me.
    it is also reassuring to know that others will have this convenient access to The Word, worship, and the resources that will help in daily life and Christian growth. THANK YOU!

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