LENT @ St. Ann's
Ash Wednesday
March 6 - 8 a.m. (no music) &
7 p.m. (with music)
Begin your journey through Lent with prayer, the imposition of ashes, & Holy Communion.
All are welcome.
Being Disciples:
The Essentials of the Christian Life
6:30 - 8 p.m.
What does it mean to be a disciple? Tuesdays during Lent, we will discuss discipleship by reading together Being Disciples by Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury. Each evening will begin with a celebration of the Eucharist. Commitment to regular attendance is requested .
To sign up, email Fr. Scott .
March 12 : Being Disciples
March 19 : Faith, Hope, & Love
March 26 : Forgiveness
April 2 : Holiness
April 9 : Faith in Society
April 16 : Life in the Spirit
Taize Evensong
for the Feast of the Annunciation
March 24 - 4 p.m.
This calm, meditative service will include music from Taize, & will feature the St. Ann’s choir and guest preacher
Sophia Twaddell .
All are welcome.
Conversations with Scripture &
with Each Other
Sundays 11:15-12:15
Based on the book of the same name, written by the former Episcopal Bishop of Massachusetts, this series will be an opportunity to engage
with Scripture as it relates to our common life.
March 10 : The Gospel Communities
March 17: The Cross & Suffering of Jesus
March 24 : The Resurrection
March 31 : The Eucharist
March 7 : Letting Scripture talk about Outreach
March 14 : Letting Scripture talk about Evangelism
Ora et Labora:
A Lenten Morning of Work & Prayer
April 6 9:30 - noon
St. Benedict, father of the monastic movement, taught us that work is prayer. Join us for a day of work on the parish building & grounds as we prepare for Easter.
We will begin with prayer, & end with a light lunch.
All are welcome.