Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Some updates on May 15th Ordinations in the Diocese of L.A.

Tick tock!

It'll be May 15th before we know it ... so for those of you joining me in "Consecration Countdown" here's some updated info just posted to
the diocesan website:

All are invited; no tickets needed for admission.
Date & Time: Saturday, May 15, 2010


Doors open at 12 noon

12:30 p.m. Celebration Gathering – featuring music and dance highlighting the cultural diversity of our diocesan community

1:30 p.m. Liturgy for the Ordination and Consecration of Bishops Suffragan

  • Clergy and other participants are asked to arrive by 12:30 p.m.
  • Banners/Stands: We encourage church banners to be brought for display. We will not process with them. Any other church-related banners – Sunday school, organizations, etc. All are welcome. You must bring your own stand for any banner.
  • Lay Attire: Sunday Best / festive native dress
  • Clergy Attire: Cassock, surplice, and red stoles; Bishops -- rochet, chimere, tippet
  • Diocesan-wide Choir is being recruited. If you or your choir wish to participate, please contact David York at music@stjohnsla.org.
  • Visiting Clergy are welcome to vest and to walk in procession; please email bishopsoffice@ladiocese to register in advance.
  • Live Webcast & Video on Demand: There will be limited live video streaming available with priority to out-of-state viewers. To arrange access, please email webcast@ladiocese.org (after April 15). After the liturgy, on-demand viewing will be available via the diocesan web site.

  • 4 comments:

    Caminante said...

    And word has it that the soon-to-be Primate Emeritus of IARCA will be in attendance at this consecration just as he was at that of the Bishop of NH's. Love it.

    Jim said...

    Hmmm. I'm not sure I have a Festive Native Dress. I better get busy. I'm sure flip-flops will be involved.

    SUSAN RUSSELL said...

    I think I have a few archival photos of you in "native dress" -- and you're ALWAYS festive!

    DavidJustinLynch said...

    My wife, Sharon aka: Beeper, and I will be singing in the choir to show our support of these two magnificent bishops-to-be. It means so much to us to be part of this truly historic event. We view it as an affirmation of our theology and our relationship with God, Creator, Redeemer and Sanctifier.