Daylight Saving Time Sunday

Almight God, Father of mercies and giver of all comfort: Deal graciously, we pray thee, with all those who mourn the loss of an hour and dread the earlier coming of thy most bright and glorious morning light; that, casting every care on thee, they may know the consolation of thy love and tender mercies . . . → Read More: Daylight Saving Time Sunday

Because it will surely come, it will not tarry.

DST

Don’t forget! Daylight Saving Time begins this Sunday You don’t have to get up in the wee hours (2:00 AM, specifically) to change your clocks. You can change them when you get up; or maybe better, you should change them before you go to bed. If you’re late for the 8:00 AM service, you . . . → Read More: Because it will surely come, it will not tarry.

The End of Daylight Saving Time

Fall Back

Well, no, not permanently, just for the year. It ends this Sunday, November 5th (which also happens to be Guy Fawkes’ Day). Remember to set your clocks back an hour, to reclaim the time you lost back in the spring. Otherwise you’ll be early to everything all day, which is arguably better than being . . . → Read More: The End of Daylight Saving Time

“The night is far spent, the day is at hand …”

DST

Don’t forget! Daylight Saving Time begins this Sunday You don’t have to get up in the wee hours (2:00 AM, specifically) to change your clocks. You can change them when you get up; or maybe better, you should change them before you go to bed. If you’re late for the 8:00 AM service, you . . . → Read More: “The night is far spent, the day is at hand …”

Set your clocks back this Sunday!

Fall Back

Daylight Saving Time ends this Sunday, November 6th! Not permanently, alas, but for the year. If you get up in the wee hours to say Mattins like traditional monastic and cloistered societies do, you can do it at the precise time, 2:00 AM. Otherwise, we recommend changing your clocks before you go to bed. . . . → Read More: Set your clocks back this Sunday!