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Another recording of the simplified chant that we use for Compline using the next set of prayers and psalm in the rota.

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For our members both in Atlanta, GA and Houston, TX, here are audio files for you to practice our simplified chants for the Order of the Vesper Light with which we open each meeting on Thursdays and the Order of Compline with which we close each meeting.

Vesper Light:

Compline: 

For those that missed the class on the 31st that wrapped up our Faces of God series, here is the audio from the class.  This contains the opening prayer of the Vesper Light, the intro to God the Unexpected, and our closing with Compline.  Tonight we begin our series on Celtic Christianity.  We will be recording these lessons and hope to have them up the following day for those that are unable to attend in person.  God’ s Peace!

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