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Lenten FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) Why do we commemorate Lent anyway? Since about the end of the fourth century The Church has seen fit to set aside forty days for self-examination, repentance, reconciliation and restoration. In the early Church, Baptismal candidates (known as Catechumens) who were completing a three year preparation to be baptized used the forty days for their
Lent begins Ash Wednesday, 14 February Ash Wednesday Holy Communion and Imposition of Ashes at 6 pm Weekly in Lent Monday and Friday morning at 9:30 am prayer in the church Beginning Friday, March 16 – Stations of the Cross – 12 noon in the church Supper and Study Sunday nights beginning February 18th at 5:30 pm in the church
The Annual Vestry Meeting will be held on Sunday 25 February 2018, fter the 10 am Service. Reminder … Vestry Reports are needed at least two weeks prior but would be greatly appreciated any time before that. At the Vestry Meeting we will be electing: Wardens, Deputy Wardens, delegates to Synod and members of Parish Council. If any of these
St. Mark’s has begun a Youth Group for young people ages 11-15. If you are in that age range (or know someone who is!) do let them know and come and join us. We meet in the Parish Hall Fridays 7-9 pm for games, prayer, study and fellowship.
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Please click here for details of this important part-time, salaried position at St. Mark’s.