Online Worship

Worship Online Sunday at 10:30 am 

and 1:00 pm 

Únase a Nosotros para Adorar en Línea el domingo

a las 10:30 am y 1:00 pm 

 Holy Eucharist Rite II

Sixth Sunday of Easter 

May 9, 2021 
Click here for the 10:30 am bulletin
 
Santa Eucaristía Rito II

Sexto Domingo DE PASCUA

  9 de mayo de 2021
Haga clic aquí para ver el boletín de la 1:00 pm

To participate in Sunday worship, go to Zoom.us or open the Zoom app on your phone or tablet

and enter Meeting ID

Para participar en la adoración dominical, vaya a Zoom.us o abra la aplicación Zoom en su teléfono o tableta e ingrese la ID de la reunión

483-170-780

Watch the 10:30 am service live on our YouTube Channel.

Altar Bread Recipe

4 cups whole wheat flour

3 teaspoons double-acting baking powder (6 tsp if using “single-acting”)

2 teaspoons salt

Honeyed water:

1/2 cup pure oil (any kind for cooking)

1/2 cup honey

1 cup milk

1-1/4 cup water

(Note that one can vary the amount of honey and oil)

Sift the dry ingredients together into a bowl. Pour in the honeyed water. (You may have to warm the honey to get it into liquid form). Don’t pour all the water into the dry mixture; use only as much as is needed to make a smooth, soft dough, and NOT too sticky to handle.

Turn the dough out onto a lightly floured surface and knead it gently and thoroughly so baking powder is all mixed in. Roll out the dough to desired thickness (3/16” works well). Then cut the dough into the desired size and shape. We use a metal soup bowl, which measures about 6″ across. This size is enough to get a good piece for 25 to 60 communicants when broken into smaller portions.

Before putting in the oven, cut a cross into the surface of the dough using a serrated knife. You may use the flat side of a knife to smooth the outer edge of the loaf by patting it. Place breads on a lightly greased pan and place in 400 degree oven for 15 minutes.