Morning Prayer for Sunday January 24

Welcome to Morning Prayer from the Anglican Parish of Pasadena and Cormack in Newfoundland Labrador! Today’s service is led by Rev. Joseph Pagano, Rev. Amy Richter, and parishioners Yvonne Stone (reading the first lesson, Jonah 3:1-5, 10), Kitty Rice (reading the canticle), Megan King (leading our prayers), and Ed, Debbie, and Robert Humber (leading our music, “Great is Your Faithfulness,” “Without Seeing You,” and “Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah”). The sermon, “How it Works,” is by Rev. Amy and is based on the gospel reading, Mark 1:14-20. The opening and closing of the service was made on The Great Trail, a little west of Howley, NL.

You can watch a video version of the service here:

You can listen to an audio version of the service here.

Thank you for joining us today.

A couple more scenes from the Great Trail, just west of Howley

This would be a very small moose in real life. It’s a statue in Howley marking the place where moose were introduced to Newfoundland in 1904. Seven moose were lassoed in New Brunswick; four of them survived the journey that included traveling by cart, ferry, and railroad, and were released into the woods here. There are now about 120,000 moose on the island.

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