Though we can’t be together in person, there are many ways we are still being together virtually as a community! Join us at one of these services, learning opportunities, or for prayer.

Isaiah 41:10   Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.

Join St. Jude’s for prayer and worship throughout the week 

Sunday Morning Eucharist & Coffee Hour

Join us Sunday mornings at 9:30am for our livestream Sunday Service (with chat) broadcast in our Facebook group. Click here for the previous recorded livestreams. The current bulletin is here.

Immediately after the service, join us for a virtual coffee hour on Zoom (not livestreamed). Click here to join, or call (669) 900-6833 (a local San Jose number) and put in meeting ID 864 0693 8044.

Taizé Service (Tuesdays)

Join our Taizé prayer service “watch party” on Tuesday evenings at 6:30pm on the Saint Jude’s Episcopal Church Facebook group. The 25 minute recorded service has the music and readings on screen to make it easy to follow. More information and links to previous recordings are here.

Bible Study (Sundays)

Beginning Sunday, May 3 and ending on June 28, Assisting Priest Richard Leslie held a bible study on the Gospel of Mark every other Sunday afternoon at 3-4:30pm.  The group read through the Gospel in 8 sessions, with attention to how Mark speaks to us as we shelter-in-place. Please let us know if you’d like another bible study by contacting the office here!

Healing Service (Wednesdays)

We have a healing service every other Wednesday. For the summer, the services will be July 1,15, and 29 and August 12 and 26. The services are not recorded. Please let us know if you’d like to attend the service by contacting the office here.

John Buenz series “Living in Difficult Times”

John’s popular three-week forum series recordings are available on this page. More information can be found  here.

Sunday Service Recording

Every Sunday morning click here for St. Jude’s Sunday service live-streamed at 9:30am on our Saint Jude’s Episcopal Church Facebook group.  Last Sunday’s recording is below. Previous recordings are here. See inside the “Join St. Jude’s” box for more information and links to coffee hour.

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For July 5 service

John Buenz Seminar

John Buenz’s series on “Living in Difficult Times” is available for viewing here. John has long been interested in the effects of the global cultural transition called “postmodernity”, and explored this topic with Bob Walters, Clinical Psychologist, over the series. Click here for more information.

St. Jude’s Taizé Service

Every Tuesday night,  parishioners Mair Dundon and LeMel Firestone-Palerm lead a Taizé service of chants, a psalm, a reading, a short silent reflection, intersessions and a group prayer. Below is the latest recording on Youtube (there will be a break until August). For previous recordings, see here

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for June 30 Taizé Service

Spiritual Music

Here is a highlight from some of our spiritual music from our very talented parishioners that we have enjoyed. This week’s music is from Ken Newton and Anne Mahler, performing on recorders “How Happy, How Blest” by Orlando di Lassi.

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for “How Happy, How Blest” 

Please remember to support St. Jude’s financially at this time. Though we are not able to have in-person services, all of our regular expenses are still occurring. Click here to donate or make your regular pledge contribution.

We invite you to submit prayers for yourself, for those you love, and for the world.

A priest, lay minister, or St. Jude’s member will offer these prayers and those of others during a time of prayer and intercession each day. Please reload this page if you have another prayer request to reset the input boxes.

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Morning Prayer Services

Click here to watch the Washington National Cathedral livestreamed morning prayer services held each day on their website.

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for Cathedral Services

Daily Centering Prayer

Monday through Friday at 5:30pm  join Stillpoint here in California for quiet prayer and contemplation.

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for Centering Prayer

Saturday Taizé Service

Click below to watch on Facebook Live the Saturday Taizé service at 12:30pm PST (8:30pm CST) from the Taizé Community of brothers in Bourgogne, France.

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for Taizé prayer service

Daily Compline Service

Hear the nightly Compline prayer service with the Monastery of St. John the Evangelist.

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for nightly Compline service

St. Jude’s Sunday Service Recorded Livestreams

June 28, 2020

The Rev. Penelope Duckworth, Assisting Priest to St. Jude’s presides.

June 28

May 24, 2020

The Rev. Richard Leslie, Assisting Priest to St. Jude’s presides on Good Shepherd Sunday.

June 21

June 14, 2020

The Rev. Stephanie Green, Assisting Priest to St. Jude’s presides.

June 14

June 7, 2020

The Rev. Stephanie Green, Assisting Priest to St. Jude’s, presides.

June 7

St. Jude’s Taizé Recorded Services

Welcome to St Jude’s Cupertino Tuesday evening Taizé service. In this time of physical distancing we are transitioning to recordings that allow you to move with us through the evening prayers. The service is about 25 minutes long and includes several chants, a psalm, a reading, a short silent reflection, intersessions and a group prayer. The music and readings are right on screen to make things easier for you to follow. The tradition of Taizé is to sing the simple songs many times, as a prayer and meditation of the heart.  For more information on the Taizé community, please visit Co-leaders are Mair Dundon and LeMel Firestone-Palerm (ukulele).
Recordings will be uploaded weekly.

June 16, 2020

Mair Dundon and LeMel Firestone-Palerm leading.

Pentecost Taize

Mair Dundon and LeMel Firestone-Palerm leading.

May 26, 2020 – Easter 7

Mair Dundon and LeMel Firestone-Palerm leading.

May 19, 2020 – Easter 6

Mair Dundon and LeMel Firestone-Palerm leading.

Compline Prayer Service Recordings

St. Jude’s has offered a Compline prayer service for many years at different times throughout the year. Compline includes psalms and other Bible lessons, and tends to be contemplative and emphasize spiritual peace. It’s a lovely way to unwind and be calm in the midst of the busy storm of our lives and of the anxiety of these times. Our Assisting Priests Penelope Duckworth and Richard Leslie lead the short 20 minute service.

May 28, 2020

Assisting Priest Penelope Duckworth

May 28

May 21, 2020

Assisting Priest Stephanie Green

May 21

May 14, 2020

Assisting Priest Penelope Duckworth

May 14

May 7, 2020

Assisting Priest Richard Leslie

May 7

Resources for Prayer and Worship

Could you use some pastoral care in these difficult times? Please click here for how to reach our Assisting Priest Penelope Duckworth.

St. Jude the Apostle Episcopal Church

20920 McClellan Road

Cupertino, CA 95014   (408) 252-4166

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