“How do you make known the love of God. Every day in every way.” Rev. David Lucey delivers a Sermon at St Francis Episcopal Church.
We will administer both the bread and wine during communion on Easter Sunday. But, there are some guidelines for receiving the bread and the wine that are different from the process before the COVID 19 disruptions began in March of 2020. Please follow the procedures described…
Lent is a time we work on who we are and whose we are. Who are we? We’re God’s Children. Why were we created? So that we could use God’s gifts to glorify Him in the world by loving our neighbor as ourselves. Whose are we? We’re Jesus’ and therefore God’s. We’re Glory Bearers.
“For 40 days out of every year, my time is devoted to god and I belong to him, and if I have good news this morning it’s that you belong to him too.”
Beginning with today’s 7:30 PM Proper Liturgy for Ash Wednesday, St. Francis will make masking optional and will return to normal seating.
Will there be any adult offerings for the season of Lent this year? Yes!…
A relationship with God. Love of God and knowledge of each other, mediated through Jesus Christ. The man who gave his life for us and encouraged us to give our lives for the world.
…God’s call to revive, refresh and Redeem.
Rev. David Lucey delivers sermon on February 6th at St Francis Episcopal Church.
We are regathering in person and are moving into a period of personal responsibility. Masking and taping off every other pew. Hopefully, the numbers will soon reach a point where masks will become optional. We will keep the parish updated on the website and in the weekly e-news.
The Annual Meeting, which is a very important moment each year in the life of the parish because we elect the Vestry and review our ministries, will be held immediately following the 10:00 AM on Sunday, February 20th, 2022.