I always wanted a thorn in my name, like this: Gareþ.
A conversation from this evening:
Jane: I’m off to bed now.
Gareth: Okay. I’m … erm, I’ve nearly finished the things that I … came to this planet to do.
Jane: Oh no! What are you going to do once you’ve finished them?
Gareth: I’ll probably just go to bed.
If you control your organization’s domain name you can sign up for Google Apps for organization.
- Google Mail – customize email address
- Google Chat
- Google Calendar – personal and shared calendars
- Google Docs and Spreadsheets
- Google start page – customizable page
Just takes a few changes to your domain name settings.
Now includes Daily Eucharist and Daily Prayer readings.
Current version: 1.0
Released Sunday 02 December 2007
Now updated for 2007-2008
Today is the First Sunday of Advent, which is the beginning of a new Church year.
So in preparation for this week I’ve been busy creating my annual CSV file that allows folks to import the dates for Saints’ days and Festivals of the Scottish Episcopal Church into Microsoft Outlook.
This year I’ve gone two steps further and created three files, instead of my usual (Standard) file:
Contains details of all saints’ days and festivals, but details of no readings (my usual file).
- Sunday readings
Contains details of all saints’ days and festivals, and readings for only Sundays and Major Festivals.
Contains details of all saints’ days and festivals, and readings for all Sunday, Festival and Daily Eucharists, and Daily Prayer readings.
In the “Complete” version, the readings for ordinary saints days and lesser festivals are simply those for that day of the week in relation to the previous Sunday rather than specifically for that minor saint/festival. For example, the readings given for Ambrose of Milan (Friday 07 December) are those for the Friday of Advent 1.
In other words, I’ve used only readings from The Lectionary and the Readings for Festivals, and not those from elsewhere or from the Readings for Special Occasions or Common Readings for Saints Days.
Download your file of choice on the Saints and Festivals of the SEC in Microsoft Outlook page.
Report all errors
As always, if you spot an error please let me know so that I can fix the source file for other users. Thank you.
As a worshiping community, we have been challenged by such a moment as this!
A moment when we know we are living with AIDS and that we are loved and affirmed.
A moment in which we can offer compassion to those with AIDS and HIV.
A moment where we can sit and comfort those who suffer illness or grieve loss.
A moment when we stand in solidarity with the care partners, health care workers, and researchers as they continue their diligent labour.
A moment and an opportunity to be with all those who are ill with any disease. Those worried, fearful or weary. Those carrying others in prayer.
In this moment: We all stand in need of God’s healing.
From Worship Resources for HIV & AIDS Ministries by Patricia D. Brown and Adele K. Wilcox, p. 8, copyright © Health and Welfare Ministries, General Board of Global Ministries, The United Methodist Church, Room 330, 475 Riverside Drive. http://gbgm-umc.org/cam/