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Faith Linking in Action is hosting a Progressive Dinner Fundraiser on Sunday, March 3.  Limited tickets are available. Please contact our Deacon Peggy Day for tickets. Tickets are $20. Read more

The Wilson Center sponsoring Spring 2019 Interfaith Luncheon on March 4. The Rev. Jane White-Hassler, Priest-in-charge at St. James’, Old Town, will be speaking on the panel. Please let your congregations know they are invited to attend this free lunch and program; they do need to email if they wish to attend, as space is limited:



An Ecumenical Ash Wednesday service will be held at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church on Wednesday, March 6.  More information to be announced at a later date.




A 2019 Lenten Study is being organized by Jaime Beck.  

St. Patrick’s Lenten Path Go: Works of Mercy
Where do you meet Jesus? The beginning of our Ash Wednesday liturgy explains that part of observing a holy Lent is to remember Jesus’ gospel of “pardon and absolution.” Yet Lent is not about confession and repentance as punishment but as a profound, grace-filled unburdening so that we might encounter the living Christ in all. When we go out, when we choose a commitment to sacred works of mercy, we set aside our notions of “otherness” and choose Christ, meeting him right where he tells us he will be—in the hungry and thirsty, the stranger and the naked, the sick and the prisoner. More information will be announced on Saturday, February 23rd.