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Are you "Loving Lent"?
Love is in the air as Lent begins on Feb. 14, Ash Wednesday, which this year also happens to be Valentine’s Day. The juxtaposition can help to remind us that Lent isn’t a time to beat ourselves up. Rather, Lent is a time to turn towards Love. During the Lenten season, and on into part of Easter, we will study the short book The Way of Love: A Practical Guide to Following Jesus by Scott Gunn on Sundays at 9:00 AM. This is a great opportunity to discover your own Rule of Life for following Jesus’ way of love in Lent and beyond. Pick up your copy outside of the church doors.
"Woven Together" Ministry
The ministry continues meeting the 1st and 3rd Sunday after church for an hour, where we will gather to create sleeping mats out of plastic bags. This is a ministry of both hands and fellowship aimed at helping to give those experiencing homelessness a little more protection from the elements. Everyone can be a part of this ministry—to help fold & cut plastic bags, make "plarn" (plastic bag yarn), crochet or weave. Won’t you join us? For more information, please contact Dr. Jeanne Robertson.
Annual Parish Meeting/Vestry Nominations
Nominations for Vestry are now open until Friday, February 23, 2024. We will elect new Vestry members at the Annual Parish Meeting on Sunday, March 3, 2024. You can learn more here.
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