This coming Sunday, the Fifth Sunday in Lent, 165 members of the Olympus Choir will sound forth in our acoustically blessed Nave and Sanctuary.
They honor us with their voices, and we honor them with our glad presence. A short homily will allow more time for music (I promise!) and Holy Eucharist will be celebrated.
Set your clocks one hour ahead Saturday Night as Daylight Savings Time arrives.
With prayers for a Holy Lent,
The lessons for The Fifth Sunday in Lent, March 13th, 2016 may be found.
Wearable nano-Bible brings new substance to the phrase “wearing religion on your sleeves”
Why political compromise is so hard
Parents need to Let Their Emotions Out
Read “The Lead” from Episcopal Café.
R.I.P. for the Religious Right?
Tuesday, March 8, will be Men’s breakfast time at the Hennacy homestead. RSVP Hal & Marguerite. ~Fr. Colville
Vatican newspaper suggests women should be allowed to preach at Mass. Moot for Episcopalians, but encouraging.
Bethlehem Handcrafts will be with us on Palm Sunday
The recent edition of Episcopal News from the Diocese of L.A. may be found HERE, and articles from the national Episcopal News Service HERE
St. Edmund’s BSA Troop 359 met Sunday night as the Lenten Class was in session, inspiring Wendy Greenleaf to share a couple of shots of Taylor Greenleaf with the Rector, and then Philip Tyler, Taylor Greenleaf and Dave Tyler in their scouting days…all grown and launched!