St Edmund's Episcopal Church San Marino

The Third Sunday in Lent, March 8th, 2015

The Parish Vestry has initiated a nation-wide search for a full-time Director of Youth Ministires, with Sylvia Smythe serving as committee chair. This is an exciting move forward in our common life, and we ask your prayers as we discern our candidates.

Father David Copley, the Director of Mission Personnel for the Episcopal Church will be our preacher at both 8am and 10am this coming Sunday Lent Three. The Episcopal Church Young Adult Service Corp places young adults ages 21 – 30 throughout the Anglican Communion, and is also under Copley’s direction. Father Copley will meet with youth preparing for confirmation in the Youth Room following the 10am liturgy to discuss service and mission endeavor in the Episcopal Church. A native of England, Fr. Copley now lives in Tarrytown, New York with his wife, the Rev’d Susan Copley, Rector of Christ Church Tarrytown.

Your parish is hosting a Diocesan Seminar, discussed below, this coming Saturday, and your participation is welcomed.

Grace for the Journey!


Spring Forward Time Change!
Parish Breakfast 9am
Guest Preacher
Children’s Sermon
Youth Confirmation 11:30am
Lenten Supper & Class 5pm
Acolyte Party 5:30 – 7:30pm

Next Week: Men’s Breakfast Tuesday March 10th 6:30am

Join St. Edmund’s Acolyte Celebration at the Harrington Home the evening of March 8th.

How the Wolf-Human alliance considerably preceded our own Edmund.

The importance of understanding and teaching Religion from the Wall Street Journal.

The updated American Values Atlas allows indepth exploration of religious perceptions in the U.S.

ISIS burns books as well as people.

Global School Courses are year around in El Salvador, with the Romero Pilgrimage course this March 17-25 for any with a last minute yearning for Spring offerings.

TO DO LIST! Sign up for St. Edmund’s E-Scrip!

The appointed Lessons to be used for The Third Sunday in Lent, March 8th.

Building the first Slave Museum in North America (courtesy of Natalia Hicks).

Read “The Lead” from Episcopal Café.

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.