Worship Online

We are praying the Great Litany, together with members of Brent House, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at University of Chicago every day this week (Monday, June 1 through Saturday, June 6) at 11:30 am. This is an ancient prayer of the church (since the 6th century), and the first to be translated in to English. It is particularly appropriate for times of disease, violence, and national distress. Join us via Zoom or the St. Mark’s, Glen Ellyn Facebook livestream. Go to Zoom Meeting ID 836 7183 5634.

Join Us for Worship Online Sunday at 10:30 am & 1:00 pm

Únase a nosotros para adorar en línea el domingo a las 10:30 am y 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

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June 7, 2020 – 1030 am bulletin

Boletín del 7 de junio de 2020 – 1:00 p.m.

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

Mire el servicio de la 1:00 pm en vivo en Facebook.

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.