Making Lent Count

Lent can be a great time to draw near to God.  We hope our Lenten Calendar, with its schedule of readings and church activities will help you do just that.

We're not doing it right?

It has been noted that though Lent is a time of fasting, most of our events are about eating. Yes, 4 dinners, from Shrove Tuesday through to Holy Wednesday! In our defense, Sundays are never included in Lent - every Sunday is a feast day, as it is the weekly commemoration of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ. And though our Seder Meal is Wednesday instead of Maundy Thursday, celebrating passover can hardly be considered breaking Lent, can it?

The Wednesday Bible Study is just getting started on the Gospel of Mark, so it's a great time to join us. Along with the scheduled reading of the Gospel of John throughout Lent, you'll know the gospel backwards and forwards by Easter.

Next on the Agenda:

March 16 - St Paddy's Eve Dinner - download the Poster and help us get the word around!

March 30 -  Pea Soup Lunch

And God Bless you.