There will be no events today, Feb. 26. The schools are closed and we will follow their judgement. See you next week!
Due to the poor road conditions, service and Sunday School will be cancelled for Sunday, Feb. 22, 2015. If you would still like to get out and are able to do so safely, services are still on at St. Stephen Episcopal Church and we encourage you to visit our ecumenical partner. If you choose to stay home, you can read this mornings readings here.
Prayer of the day:
Holy God, heavenly Father,
in the waters of the flood you saved the chosen,
and in the wilderness of temptation you protected your Son from sin.
Renew us in the gift of baptism.
May your holy angels be with us,
that the wicked foe may have no power over us,
through Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord,
who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit,
one God, now and forever. Amen.
We will be having Ash Wednesday service this evening at 7pm. Please, though, be careful as you travel and use your best judgement about whether it is safe for you to be out. May God bless you in your Lenten journey.
Unfortunately our Pancake Dinner is cancelled for tonight due to the poor road conditions.
If you’d still like to go out, check out the spaghetti dinner tonight at Reformation Lutheran Church from 5-7pm. Freewill offering benefits the Culpeper Food Closet.
Or, if you’d like to stay in, here are some recipes for Shrove Tuesday traditions across the world.
We begin our Lenten journey in prayer and by marking the sign of the cross on our foreheads. Join us on February 18 at 7pm for this meaningful service.
For a bit more about Ash Wednesday, see this short video. (Just over a minute long.)
This Lenten season, you are invited to join in reading the Gospel of Mark. Each day you will be sent an email with the reading assignment (about half a chapter) and a short devotion on the passage. Pastor Kate Costa is one of the authors for this study that will draw you into deeper discipleship of Christ. Through the forty days of Lent you will hear the whole story of Jesus, his walk to the cross, and his resurrection into new life.
…will begin on Thursday, Jan. 22 at Noon. Please join us- bagged lunches are welcome! For preparation, please read the first chapter and the introduction to Acts in a study Bible.
The Acts of the Apostles is an action-packed account of the early church. As you read, watch for the work of the Holy Spirit- deeds of power, fiery preaching, generous giving, and amazing prison breaks. And, don’t be surprised if you find the Holy Spirit at work in your own life!
Mark your calendar for Christmas Eve Worship at St. Luke Lutheran Church:
Wednesday, December 24, 2014, 5pm and 8pm
Visiting us for the first time? Check out the FAQ’s if you have any questions.
Invite your family and friends to join us for a meaningful Christmas worship this holy night.