LENT: Friday, April 3, 2020
Most Loving God,
Our desire is becoming more focused and more intense.
After our weeks of reflection, we know that our selfishness has placed us in ruts,
has made us slaves to some very unhappy and sometimes death-dealing patterns.
The celebration of our spiritual freedom and healing is close at hand.
Jesus carried our sins in his own body on the cross so that we could die to sin and live in holiness; by his wounds we have been healed.
A Word From Presiding Bishop Michael Curry:
“In this time when we are all affected by the coronavirus, whether directly or indirectly, whether physically, biologically,
psychologically, spiritually, and for many economically, it may be helpful to remember that we're in this together.
Jesus came to show us how to be in a relationship with God and in relationship with each other, came to show us how to live
not simply as collections of individual self-interest, but how to live as the human family of God. That's why he said love the Lord
your God, love your neighbor as yourself. Because in that is hope for all of us to be the human family of God.
So look out for your neighbors, look out for each other. Look out for yourselves. Listen to those who have knowledge that can
help to guide us medically and help to guide us socially. Do everything that we can to do this together, to respond to each other's
needs and to respond to our own needs.”
9:30 am - Inquirers Class
10:30 am - Rite II Holy Eucharist
7:00 PM Celtic Prayer
The Rev. Nancy Hardin
Suspended Until Further Notice:
Sunday Worship Service
Wednesday Evening Celtic Prayer
Inquires Class and Book Study
All 12-step Classes
Take precautions as recommended to stay healthy.
We pray for strength, patience, healing and health during this difficult time.
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Troy OH 45373
So that all may be one in Christ.
WE WILL RETURN TO OUR NORMAL SCHEDULE WHEN IT IS SAFE FOR ALL.