Shape Note Sing, Third Sundays, 2 – 4 PM in the Advocate Chapel

Every third Sunday, The Advocate Chapel is host to NC Shape Note for a old time Shape Note Sing. As is customary, all are welcome to come and sing along!

Whether you’ve tried it along the way or never experienced this particular form of song and camaraderie, come and give it a try. Or simply stop by and listen for a while. The Advocate Chapel is a terrific setting for this kind of music.

Members of the NC Shape Note have offered to come early to teach about the tradition of the shapes and the notes.

Notes for the Season Ahead! (an evolving post)

Sunday, September 9, we will host a “Mission Fare” from 10 – 10:50 AM, ahead of the 11 AM liturgy. Come a discover ways to engage with God, the community around us, and the Church of the Advocate in the seasons ahead!
The 9 AM liturgy will be added on Sunday, September 16.
See the regular Sunday schedule here.

Here are some other Dates to Note (this is an evolving calendar,

Notes for the Season Ahead


The Advocate House
 renovations are complete! We have a new deck with access ramp, the new floors are installed, the walls have been painted, and the house is ADA compliant! Yay! 

Sundays!
9 AM    Classic Episcopal. A Holy Eucharist from the Book of Common Prayer and Hymns from Hymnal 82
10 AM  Godly Play
begins for the kids.
            Teachable Moment begins for adults.

Notes for the Days Ahead

Kids Christian Ed for kids kindergarten(ish) – 5th grade(ish). Godly Play adapted for the Advocate. Sundays, November 15 and December 16 and 20, 10:30 AM
 

Thanksgiving Eve:
Come Ye Faithful People Come
Holy Eucharist with Hymns in The Advocate Chapel, Wednesday, November 26, 6PM.


Indulgences!

Tuesday, December 8, We will gather in the chapel for a free and open conversation about….. 

Notes for the Days Ahead!

 

Indulgences Returns!Tuesday, October 27, We will gather in the chapel for a free and open conversation about….. Salvation! The Vicar and Curate will help us to know what the Bible says and what the Church in its diversity has taught. Then we will indulge our questions, confirmations and misgivings. And maybe, listening to Reason, we will find some reconciliation in it all. Bring a beverage to share,

Notes for the Days Ahead 6/26/2014

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       Notes for the days ahead  

                  

Dear People and Friends of the Advocate,
Summer is a great time to nurture the soul. For those of us who live in the northern hemisphere, summer coincides with the season after Pentecost. Each breeze that pierces through the humid heat reminds us of God’s Spirit. The combination of open windows, ceiling fans and air-conditioning in the Advocate Chapel is downright inspiring!

Notes for the Days Ahead 5/26/14

       Notes for the days ahead  

                  

Here is what is happening in the days ahead. Please join us as you are able!

Thursday, May 29
Orange Justice United Presents
Why Are People Poor? How critical race analysis can be used to understand the roots of systemic poverty and how local civil sector institutions can use this analysis to organize effectively.
United Church of Chapel Hill
7 PM
More information here.

News and Notes for November and beyond

 

November 2013 and Beyond
News and Notes

Bishop Curry re-dedicates the Advocate Chapel on October 5

All Saints!

Friday, November 1

This is the feast of All Saints. All are encouraged to offer prayers for all the faithful departed, especially for those whose life and witness inspired us. We will celebrate the Feast of All Saints as a community on Sunday, November 3.

 

News and Notes: June 2013

June 2013
News and Notes

God Grant Them Many Years! 

Photo by Thomas Fisher

 

 

PotA at Moral Monday on 6/3

Sundays, June 2, 9, 16, 23 and 30 at the Unity Center of Peace, 8800 Seawell School Rd.

5 PM Holy Eucharist followed by dinner (provided)

Note, in the summer months, we welcome an opportunity to worship in one liturgy each Sunday.

News and Notes: May 2013

May 2013
News and Notes

 

The red doors return!

 

 

Tailgate Coffee Hour follows the morning liturgy again May 12

 

 Sunday, May 5 at the Unity Center of Peace, 8800 Seawell School Rd.

8:45 AM Holy Eucharist followed by tailgate coffee in the parking lot

5 PM Holy Eucharist followed by dinner (provided)

Sunday,