It’s back! Once again we’ll we will gather every Wednesday night during Lent for a light soup and salad supper, time spent in study, and then a celebration of the Holy Eucharist. You are welcome to join us for any part of the program: come to all one, two, or all three segments. So be sure to set aside Wednesday evenings for this special Lenten discipline. Child care is provided!
5:30pm: Soup and salad in the Parish Hall
6:10pm: Study: Signs of Life: Why Church Matters*
6:50pm: Clean up; Quiet time in the Church
7:00pm: Holy Eucharist, Rite II
*Signs of Life: Why Church Matters is a study put out by Virginia Theological Seminary in collaboration with The Society of St. John the Evangelist. The goal of the study (as stated in the curriculum): This is an opportunity for participants to engage with elemental aspects of liturgy and scripture: light, water, food, shelter, community. Each session will help participants connect the Sign of Life to their own spirituality, Christian worship, and a spiritual practice. Please join us!