Fr. Dave Collins and Xavier Cortada pour Antarctic water into vials for South Pole Communion
06 Dec 2015
6 - 7:30am
There are also other South Pole Communion masses that will be held around the Diocese of Southeast Florida on the morning of December 6.
Milander Center for Arts and Entertainment
4800 Palm Avenue
Hialeah, FL, 33012
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The Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida will host several events as a faith-based response to environmental issues by the Paris Talks.
South Pole Communion around the Diocese: The 77 churches and all of the Episcopal schools of the Diocese, which stretches from the Palm Beaches to the Keys, will be given and invited to use ice the artist Xavier Cortada brought from the South Pole in their Sunday December 6 Eucharist Celebration, in a symbolic communion with an environmental message designed to resonate across the Diocese during the art exhibit CLIMA and the Paris Talks.
South Pole Communion at 6pm: The Right Reverend Peter Eaton, the Bishop Coadjutor of the Diocese, will celebrate an environmental mass and share communion on Sunday December 6 which includes ice the artist brought from the South Pole at the Milander Center following the CLIMA art exhibit panel and performance. This momentous service will be graced by the music of the Anglican Chorale of Southeast Florida, directed by Matthew Steynor. All are invited.