NAGA Triennial Meeting Update

The NAGA Prayer

Most gracious Father Who has called me Your child to serve in the preparation of Your Altar, so that it may be a suitable place for the offering of Your Body and Blood; Sanctify my life and consecrate my hands so that I may worthily handle those Sacred Gifts which are being offered to You. As I handle holy things, grant that my whole life may be illuminated and blessed by You, in whose honor I prepare them, and grant that the people who shall be blessed by their use, may find their lives drawn closer to Him Whose Body and Blood is our hope and our strength, Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

by The Rt. Rev. E. Don Taylor, Vicar Bishop of New York City

NAGA TriennialWe now have a wonderful schedule in place and have made our initial contacts and reservations for our meeting. We will be within easy walking distance of  the Austin Convention Center where we have a suitable location for the sacristy and plenty of room for all our supplies.

Our theme is “Send us out to do the work you have given us to do”. Demi Prentiss author of “Radical Sending” will be our keynote speaker and our field trip will include a day visiting the beautiful Painted Churches.

We will begin with registration on Friday, July 6th; our time together will end on Thursday, July 12th with a closing Eucharist and Installation of new officers.  NAGA is the Altar Guild for the General Convention, and we will be preparing for the daily worship services.

For the Triennial Registration Form, please click here.

To see a tentative schedule of events, please click here.

For more information on NAGA, please visit our website.


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