Lent: A Time To Reflect
As we all know, the season of Lent is a time for prayer and reflection a time to prepare for the Easter season. Starting with the First Sunday in Lent, and occurring occasionally over the next three months, we will be initiating a series of liturgies that focus on topics related to Building a Beloved Community at Saint John’s. Topics include: Loving Your Neighbor, LGBTQ+, food insecurity, homelessness, race and racism, and immigration. Readings, the music, and information materials will be selected that reflect the topic. Our hope is that these liturgies will help us to remain informed about what is relevant in the Gloucester community, thus creating a Beloved Community at Saint John’s. - Connie DeSimone Claudette Chmura
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Sundays in Lent: Service at 9:30 am Palm Sunday, April 2, 9:30 am Liturgy of Palms, Passion Reading Maundy Thursday, April 6, 7 pm, Eucharist, Stripping of Altar Good Friday, April 7, Stations of the
This Wednesday February 22nd. Ashes, prayers, Eucharist. Services at noon and at 7 pm (with choir).
Episcopal Relief and Development offers special meditations for the season of Lent. You can sign up to receive them daily or download them. For more information, see the web site.