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A Series of Colloquia on Common Prayer

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Two colloquia will be held in the coming months under the theme: Stirred up to Godliness
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The first will be in Dallas in partnership with the Church of the Holy Cross on January 20th, kindly hosted by the congregation and Rector, the Revd Fr George Willcox Brown. Beginning at 10 a.m. it will feature presentations and discussions exploring several dimensions from the historical to the practical and will conclude with Choral Evensong at 4.30 pm.  The cost (including the luncheon)  will be $15 (or $10 for students and seniors) per person and those wishing to attend are asked to register beforehand by writing to amacrad@hotmail.com.

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