Lenten Journey Begins

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Ash-Wehnesday-Graphics-11Ash Wednesday Services

Lent is just days away. On Wednesday, February 10, our Ash Wednesday Services will be at 10:30am with Carolyn Surrick on viola da gamba and 7:30pm with choir and organ.

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Sunday, February 14      after fellowship in the Windsor Room
Between the World and Me – Ta Nehisi Coates’ controversial and award winning book is the next selection for the book club. Originally from Baltimore, Coates presents a message about the present and future that is well worth reading – and then discussing.

Grace in Diversity: Race and Religion in 2016

Wednesday Night Lent Supper and Series

This year’s Wednesday night Supper and Lenten Series begins at 6:30pm with a simple supper of soup and salad.  The list of speakers is still being finalized, but we will reflect on the sin of racism in our community and world and learn more about other world religions, especially Judaism and Islam. How do we move forward in this complicated world? The program will begin at 7:15pm on February 17, March 2 & 9. We will enjoy Jazz Vespers at 7:30pm after the soup supper on February 24 and March 16.

Outreach Opportunities

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We are capable of great things. We are the change in our community and in the world. Let us come together to make our neighbors’ lives better through giving.  CARES has an immediate need for the following items: canned fruit, rice, tuna, peanut butter, jelly, toilet paper.  Paul’s Place has an immediate need for winter coats, all sizes. We can do this.

Habitat for Humanity

We are excited about partnering again this year with a coalition of nearby Episcopal churches to work on the McCabe Avenue project of Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake. Four homeowners have moved into new homes on McCabe Avenue and two more are about to go to settlement. The late winter/early spring work cycle will begin February 13 and run through May 28. Our coalition will work on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month. Friday dates may also be added. The Episcopal coalition is made up of the Church of the Nativity, the Church of the Redeemer, the Church of the Good Shepherd, St. Thomas Church (Garrison Forest), and Garrison Forest School. More details will be available soon. Please email us if you would like to work on the site or provide lunches for our volunteers.

Calling all Quilters

Christian Action, also known as “the Quilt Group”,  meets once a month to make quilts and to sort used clothes which are collected by Lutheran social services and distributed locally. We will be meeting on the second Monday of the month March 14th). We will continue to meet on the second Monday of each month from 10 to 1:30 in Hart Hall. Bring some lunch and a beverage and we will provide dessert. No experience is necessary. If you can tie a shoe, we have something for you to do. We hope to see you there. Contact Bonnie or Penny Patschke with questions.

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