SERVING SUNDAY, MARCH 19TH
E. Minister - Lynne Manganaro
E. Minister - Frances Almaguer
Lector - Paulina Luan
Acolytes - Amelie Gutierrez
E. Ministers - Stan Green
Lector - Michele Gonzalez
Ushers - Alan Holmgreen
Nursery - Lucy Ponce
Wednesdays in Lent - Growing Spiritually and Sacramentally with Harry Potter....
Each Wednesday in Lent we will have a 6:30 p.m. Service. The first will be Ash Wednesday, March 1st. We will follow each service with a very simple soup, supper at 7 including discussion about the 7 sacraments using clips from the Harry Potter movies We will end at 8:00 p.m. This Wednesday, March 15th - Communion - Hogwarts, Houses, and Ghosts. Next Week, March 22: Reconciliation
What is the Episcopal Church?
We are 1.9 million Christians in the United States, Honduras, Dominican Republic, Colombia, Puerto Rico, Taiwan, Micronesia, Ecuador, and Venezuela, whose roots are from the Church of England. We are part of the Anglican Communion, a group of at least 70 million Christians who are united in communion with the Church of England through the Archbishop of Canterbury.
1. To proclaim the Good News of the Kingdom
2. To teach, baptize and nurture new believers
3. To respond to human need by loving service
4. To seek to transform unjust structures of society, to challenge violence of every kind and to pursue peace and reconciliation
5. To strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustain and renew the life of the earth
Our Primary Values
Evangelism – Be bearers of the Good News of a God who loves the world.
Reconciliation – Heal the broken institutions that separate us by race and class.
Creation Care – Take responsibility for the world that God has given us.
Founded in 1881, Christ Church Episcopal, Laredo, is a welcoming Christian family committed to and proclaiming Jesus Christ and his unconditional love and healing through worship, stewardship, and community outreach.
Jesus and the disciples on their spring break trip to Samaria. Jesus is left behind when the disciples go out to whatever the Samaritan equivalent of Dairy Queen was, and Jesus stays behind. The encounter he has with the woman of Samaria must have seemed really important to John, the author of the Gospel because it is one of the longest stories he relates.