Wearing masks will be optional until further notice.

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We are having in-person Coffee Hour following the 10:30 service on Sundays.  Join us for a little refreshment and conversation.



Non-perishable food donations for The Food Pantry at the Church of the Holy Communion in Norwood are being gathered throughout the month and then blessed during our 10:30 service .

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Lent is the solemn Christian religious observance in the liturgical year commemorating the 40 days Jesus spent fasting in the desert and enduring temptation by Satan, according to the Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke, before beginning his public ministry.

The three traditional spiritual disciplines during Lent are
prayer, fasting and almsgiving — of your time, talent, things and love.


Lenten Book Study - Wednesdays @ 7:00 P.M.

February 21 and 28, March 6, 13 and 20

We will join with St. Andrew’s, Harrington Park via Zoom for a discussion of Will You? A Lenten Study of Baptismal Promises by Amanda Perkins McGriff.  Message us for credentials.

This five-week Lenten small group study offers daily reflections, examples of evangelism in action, and an invitation to think in new ways about the promises we make to God, each other, and ourselves in baptism.

When we are initiated into the church with the water of baptism, we (or our sponsors) answer a series of questions called the Baptismal Covenant. The first three questions echo the words of our creeds, our beliefs about God and the church. The last five questions focus on action. They each begin with the words: "Will You?"

These "Will You" questions articulate how we are to animate our baptism, to follow Christ's example in our relationships with others, our communities, and the world. These questions move from a "gathering in" to a "sending out"--they are a call to embrace and practice evangelism by proclaiming the Good News of Christ in all we do and say.


A Two-Sunday Mini FilmFest


At Noon on Sunday, March 10 and March 17, we will screen the Disney & Pixar animated film, “Soul." Join us in the Parish Hall.


What is it that makes you...YOU? “Soul” introduces Joe Gardner (voice of Jamie Foxx) – a middle-school band teacher who gets the chance of a lifetime to play at the best jazz club in town. But one small misstep takes him from the streets of New York City to The Great Before – a fantastical place where new souls get their personalities, quirks and interests before they go to Earth.


Determined to return to his life, Joe teams up with a precocious soul, 22 (voice of Tina Fey), who has never understood the appeal of the human experience. As Joe desperately tries to show 22 what’s great about living, he may just discover the answers to some of life’s most important questions.

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The Episcopal Church has a legacy of inclusion, aspiring to

 tell and exemplify God’s love for every human being

regardless of gender, sexual identity or orientation.
We believe that God loves us all – no exceptions.

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The Episcopal Church's Position on Abortion and Women's Reproductive Health

The Episcopal Church External link opens in new tab or windowteaches that “all human life is sacred” and that there is a “tragic dimension” to all abortions. At the same time, the church stands with women in defending reproductive freedom, External link opens in new tab or windowdeclaring an “unequivocal opposition” to federal and state laws that would “abridge or deny” any woman’s ability to make informed decisions about reproductive health.

This is from Presiding Bishop Michael Curry: “The Episcopal Church has tried carefully to be responsive both to the moral value of women having the right to determine their healthcare choices as well as the moral value of all life. [The Supreme Court's] decision institutionalizes inequality because women with access to resources will be able to exercise their moral judgment in ways that women without the same resources will not.” 

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