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Join us for worship via live-stream on Sundays,
as well as daily weekday Morning Prayer at 9:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
The Outdoor Chapel and Labyrinth are available for personal prayer and meditation.
Sunday services
Join us this Sunday, February 28, at 8:00 & 10:00 a.m. for worship via livestream or watch later at your leisure - CLICK HERE to view the 8:00 service, CLICK HERE for 10:00, and follow along with a copy of the Sunday bulletin.  In-person attendance is limited, reservations required by calling 941-349-5616 or online here.  To support our ministries, please give here.
Wednesday evening music
Enjoy these concerts Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m.: 
December 2 - Ricardo Rivera, baritone w/ George Hemcher, piano 
December 9 - members of the Astralis Chamber Ensemble

December 16 - Lessons & Carols with the Boniface Choir 
December 23 - Linda Bento-Rei, flute w/ James Guyer, organ
December 30 - Rebroadcast of music for flute & organ
January 6 - organist Jeremy Filsell
January 13 - violinist Max Tan with Ying Li, piano
January 20 - classical guitarist Dr. Erol Ozsever
January 27 - Sarasota Brass Trio
February 3 - Joseph Ryan, baritone w/Ann Stephenson-Moe, organ
February 10 - Mia Laity & Jesse Munoz, violin duo
February 24 - music for flute & harp
March 3 - classical guitarist Dr. Erol Ozsever
CST educational event

Saturday, March 13, 10:00 a.m. by Zoom:  Ted Copland will present “Holy Week in Lock Down: how to use our commonTed preaching senses (sight, hearing, smell, taste, touch) for a deeper spiritual experience this year.” As rector of St. Boniface for twenty years, and a priest for more than fifty years, Ted has survived quite a number of busy Holy Weeks, crowded with church services. This year will be different: most of us will be at home, many alone, some with online worship. This gives us an opportunity to use the traditions of the church in new ways, and experience the sense of two thousand years of spiritual anticipation for Easter. Because each of us approaches this sacred time with the uniqueness of our own personalities, the
presentation will offer a variety of adaptations to observe Holy Week, especially the great three days beginning with Maundy Thursday.
Ted Copland has served parishes in Connecticut, the Chicago area, and Siesta Key. He's been a school chaplain and seminary professor, and deepened his own spirituality working in Central America and South Africa. For most of the years he served at Boniface he celebrated the week after Easter with a silent retreat at the Desert House of Prayer in the Sonoran Desert. Since retirement he has been a coach and consultant to Episcopal clergy and churches, and happily serves our current rector on the team of assisting clergy.  This event is part of the series, "Living into the Joy from Lent to Pentecost."  (Zoom ID: 849 5849 3207 / passcode: 596368)

Visit the Center for Spiritual Transformation's website to learn more.