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ST. JAMES’ LIVING LAST SUPPER LIVES, BUT NOT IN TRADITIONAL SETTING

LIVING LAST SUPPER An abbreviated performance of the Living Last Supper can be seen at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 9, on St. James United Methodist Church’s YouTube channel. After Thursday night, it can be seen at any time.  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9If4R-_-J7NGTCEeX-vcgg By LORETTA FULTON Normally, the final performance of the Living Last Supper is presented on Maundy Thursday at St. James United

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THE CHURCH IS OPEN

By LORETTA FULTON Saturday morning, the day before Palm Sunday, was miserable. Cold and rainy, a perfect complement to the misery inflicted on society by the coronavirus pandemic. Traffic was light down Sayles Boulevard and onto South Seventh Street, to the parking lot of the Episcopal Church of the Heavenly Rest. Even if the weather had been warm and sunny,

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HOLY WEEK LUNCHEON SERIES CONTINUES–MINUS THE LUNCH

HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE Four Abilene Churches, continuing in a tradition over 35 years old in Abilene, are hosting Holy Week Luncheon Series–without the luncheon–Monday through Thursday, April 6-9. St. Paul United Methodist, Highland Church of Christ, First Baptist Church and First Central Presbyterian Church are the host churches. For the first time, the traditional luncheon series won’t be held, due

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WHEN JESUS PRAYED FOR US

By LESLIE STRADER English evangelical J.C. Ryle, the first Anglican bishop of Liverpool, called chapter 17 in the book of John “the most wonderful prayer that was ever prayed on earth.” Some say this should be the “love” chapter rather than 1 Corinthians 13 because Christ’s prayer is a great expression of His love for us.  While he was very

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