Sunday Morning Worship Services:
Our worship services invite the presence of God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
The 8:00 am service is Rite I from the Book of Common Prayer; we often enjoy hymns and sung Psalms in this service.
The 10:30 am service is Rite II and incorporates extended time of musical worship; over the years we have learned worship music which proclaims
the goodness and reality of God provides a kind of spiritual 'air cover' for the service that follows; thus our worship team
begins to praise the God of Creation and King of the Universe at 10:15 am; we encourage you to come early and join in the
proclamation. We follow the Liturgy of the Word and Passing of the Peace with more music, this time focusing on the week's
scriptures as we prepare for the Liturgy of the Table and the presence of the Lord. One biblical meaning of the word worship
is "to draw near so as to kiss" and so we seek to enter a place of intimacy with our Lord and Savior.
At the Eucharist the worship team and healing team are invited forward to share prophetic words or visions for the congregation and
the healing team offers prayer after the 10:30 service concludes.
Wednesday Night Teachings:
Blessed Relationships & Teachings:
St Jude's is richly blessed by ongoing relationships with amazing people of God. We are blessed to share ministry with
Temple Beth Emet
; Rabbi Mark Sobel has generously given of his time
to teach Hebrew to members of St Jude's and both congregations are currently working together with
of San Fernando Valley, jointly hosting homeless families
at St Jude's parish hall.
We are always thrilled when Dr. Suuqiina
says, "I've learned
something really interesting about Paleo Hebrew and the Torah..." and comes to teach us. We have participated in Prayerwalking with teachings from our friend
of the International Reconiliation Coalition
and Steve Hawthorne of
; we have used Steve's powerful little book
Seek God for the City
for many years now.
We have hosted Tamara Winslow
annointed teaching and singing on several occasions; we have hosted combined teachings with Chinese and Korean churches
— God so longs for every tongue and tribe and nation to enter into glorious relationship with Him and loving
fellowship with one another.
St Jude's as a community has traveled to learn from Dr. Paul Cox of Aslan's
and attend Dennis Cramer's School of Prophecy
and in 2004 our
parish wardens traveled to Ireland with Grand Chief Lynda Prince
and the 120 Drums of Thunder