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Quiet Day


Saturday, Feb. 10, 8:30 am – 12 Noon

Join us as we enjoy a Quiet Day of prayer, meditation and quiet reflection in preparation for Lent. Led by Br. Rick Lorino, BSG and sponsored by the Episcopal Church Women. All parishioners and their guests are invited!

Contact: Carol Paris

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Ash Wednesday

Ashes are an ancient sign of penitence, a mark of the cross to remind us that we are dust and and to dust we shall return. Join us for the Imposition of Ashes on Wednesday, Feb 14. Services will be held at 10 am and 6 pm.

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Wednesday Evenings in Lent

On Wednesdays in Lent, all are invited to gather for a Potluck Dinner at 5:30 pm (February 21, 28 and March 6, 13, and 20). Join us for some good food and great fellowship! No sign-up necessary - Just bring a favorite main, side or dessert dish. There will be a 30-40 minute time of teaching on the Book of Romans after dinner.

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Sunday Morning Christian Ed

During Lent we will study the Book of James. Be sure to join us for new insights and thought-provoking discussion. Sunday mornings at 9 am in the Library. All are welcome!


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Morning Prayer

Make Morning Prayer part of your Lenten Journey … Join us Monday through Friday at 8 am for Morning Prayer. Call this number to join: 339.209.4611. The Morning Prayer Rite II service lasts 20-30 minutes. Find the Daily Office here. Contact: Br. Rick Lorino BSG

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Lenten Walks in
Riverside Park

Lent is a time for reflection, renewal and for striving towards positive additions to our lives. Consider joining us on Thursday mornings at 9 am in Riverside Park  on their walking trail (near the Tennis Courts). It’s what I’d like to do to improve my well-being. Join me on my Lenten Journey. Contact: Sally Munson, RN

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Stations of the Cross

The Stations of the Cross will be visited every Friday in Lent, including Good Friday, at 2 pm. The readings and prayers are presented in pamphlets. Attendees have the option of following the cross as it moves from station to station, or remaining in the pews. Verses from the Stabat Mater (Hymnal 159) are sung between stations. Contact: Gene Tobey

“Then Jesus was led up by the Spirit into the wilderness to be tempted by the devil. He fasted forty days and forty nights, and afterwards he was famished.”


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