This Sunday, we have our annual update on St. James School and the excitement and challenges at this Episcopal middle school in the Allegheny West neighborhood of North Philadelphia, which educates under-resourced children in 5th to 8th grades and supportread more
On Sunday, we will begin a five-part series on Exploring Lenten Services by looking at the imposition of ashes on Ash Wednesday. What is the origin of this rite? What difference does it make to enter into the holy season of Lent with the Ash Wednesday litread more
This Sunday in Adult Formation, we continue our series on the practices and liturgies of Holy Week with Palm Sunday. Why do we start with the triumphal entry into Jerusalem and end with the crucifixion? What role does the congregation play in the Passion read more
This Sunday in adult formation, we continue our journey through the services of Lent with a look at Maundy Thursday. This service can be challenging on many levels. How does participating in it enrich our experience of Good Friday and Easter? Join us in tread more
This Sunday in adult formation, assuming power has been restored, we will talk briefly about Maundy Thursday and then look more closely at Good Friday. Spending time in this solemn service makes the celebration of Easter more profound. Please join us at 1read more
Please join us tomorrow at 10:20AM in the Barn for the last adult formation session until after Easter. We will continue our exploration of Holy Week services with the Easter Vigil, led by Mark Nestlehutt.
Climb aboard the Sugartown Strawberries hay wagon for an old fashioned hayride and bonfire. Everyone is welcome to join us for this family and friends event. ( Click title for all details) The cost is $6.00 per person, and $20 for a family of four or moreread more
This week, returning members of the study group, joined by some new learners, talked about the challenge of practicing the presence of God during the previous week. It was, by turns, hard and exciting and new. We are trying to build our relationship wread more