Listen as the Our Lady Compline Trio sings the “Gospel Canticle,” also known as the “Canticle of Simeon.” This is just a taste of what you’ll experience if you join us for Compline! Join us for the singing of Compline (Night Prayer) this Sunday, February 21 at 9 pm in the Church Nave! For the final prayer of the day in the Divine Office…
Listen above as the Our Lady Compline Trio sings the “Gospel Canticle,” also known as the “Canticle of Simeon.” This is just a taste of what you’ll experience if you join us for Compline!
Join us for the singing of Compline (Night Prayer) this Sunday, February 21 at 9 pm in the Church Nave! For the final prayer of the day in the Divine Office, the trio will sing psalms, hymns, and selections from scripture from the Reliquary in the Church Nave, lit only by candles. The service lasts approximately 45 minutes and is the perfect way to end your day in reverence and prayer.
We will also be live streaming this service, so if you can’t join us in person, join us via live stream! We have compline the third Sunday of every month.
We will have Stations of the Cross every Friday during Lent (February 19 – April 2) at 7 pm in the Church Nave! Please follow all coronavirus precautions: maintain social distancing and wear a face covering that goes over your mouth and nose.
SCHEDULE OF LEADERS:
February 19: Fr. Watson February 26: Jason Gale & Life Teen March 5: Seven Sisters Ministry March 12: Deacon Michael March 19: Scott Ewing & Choir March 26: Msgr. Cody April 2 (Good Friday): Andy Johns and Men’s Formation
We will again be having Compline (Night Prayer) again this month! Compline is the final service of the day in the Christian tradition of canonical hours. It is the prayer said before going to sleep each night. It involves 30-40 minutes of sung prayer consisting of hymns, psalms, scripture readings, petitions, and The Canticle of Simeon (also known as nunc dimittis).
Because we’ve had such a great response so far, we plan to continue Compline on the third Sunday of every month! This month it will take place tomorrow, Sunday, November 15, at 9 pm in the Church Nave. It will be sung by a small choir in a darkened church, lit only by candles. Those who come to pray need not feel any obligation to participate in the singing, but are encouraged to use the time to find a moment of peace at the end of the day, listening to the sung prayers and communing with God in their hearts.
This event will also be live streamed! Join us at the button below.