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  • Save These Holy Week-Related Dates! Palm Sunday, March 29  Meet in the Courtyard for the Procession of the Palms 8am Rite I, 10:30am Rite II, 10:30am Contemporary Service Hot Cross Buns, all morning   Evenings in Holy Week, March 30, 31, April 1 Evening Prayer Rite II, 6:30pm - Nave   Maundy Thursday, April 2 Agape Meal with Washing of the Feet, Stripping of the Altar 7pm – Nave / Buckner Hall   Good Friday, April 3 Liturgies of The Hours with Instrumental Music On the Hour: Noon, 1pm with The Great Litany, 2pm – Nave 3pm – Reading of Names with Prayers and Silences – Nave Good Friday Liturgy, 7pm – Nave   Holy Saturday, April 4 Family Stations of the Cross, 9:30-10:15am – Community Garden Early Communion Class, 10 ...
    Posted by Viktoria Gotting
  • Early Communion Class, Holy Saturday, April 4, 10:30 - Noon Who Is Invited to Early Communion Class, Holy Saturday, 4/4, 10:30am? Early Communion Class is for all our younger Christians who have been baptized, but are not yet receiving Holy Eucharist, and for all those who are receiving, but might benefit from more teaching about the Sacrament. While the class is taught from the perspective of children and youths, all ages are invited. Easter Sunday will be First Communion Day for those who have never received, and a renewal day for those who have.
    Posted Feb 25, 2015, 2:41 PM by Viktoria Gotting
  • March Service & Fellowship Mar 28, Threads of Comfort: prayer blankets, shawls, prayer pockets, and more, no skills needed, 9am, The Welcome Center; Mar 28, Berry Picking/Jam Making8am at Froberg's Farm in Alvin, then over to St. Christopher's kitchen, bring jars, lemons, and 1 lb of sugar; Mar 29, Palm Sunday (see Holy Week Schedule); Mar 29, Undie Sundie: bring donations for Days for Girls, see the basket outside the Welcome Center.
    Posted by Viktoria Gotting
  • A Church History Class for the Easter Season Coming to Adult Christian Formation, Sundays, 9:15-10:15am, Easter Sunday through the Day of Pentecost: "One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church." This lively class will take participants on an informative journey from the first century through the 7th century of the Patriarchs, using multiple primary source documents.
    Posted by Viktoria Gotting
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