This third Sunday in Lent, we're going to ask some questions: How did Jesus get started with the work and ministry he did? What did he learn along the way? What can we learn from him? And why does it matter?
Each Wednesday noontime we have a short Holy Communion service each Wednesday in Lent at noon in the Chapel.
And there is a regular communion service on Wednesday evenings at 8 p.m. in the Mary Cook room following one of our bible studies.
Other news and upcoming events
Baptisms for this year will take place at the 11 a.m.service on the following Sundays: April 28, June 9, September 8, and November 3. For more information about classes click here.
Confirmation & Reception
Confirmation, and reception for new members will take place on September 8th when our Bishop, David Reed joins us. For classes and more info click here.
Thy Kingdom Come
This year we will once again participate in “Thy Kingdom Come” a novena when we pray for family and friends to come to know, or to return, or to draw closer to Jesus. We will have some preliminary prayer times following Easter, and our actual novena will start on the Feast of the Ascension, Thursday, May 30 and ending on the Feast of Pentecost, Sunday, June 9th.