Lenten Wednesdays at Saint Anne's
Please note that there will be no classes or prayer on Wednesday, March 22 - Saint Anne's will host a concert by T. Mychael Rambo that evening.
Mark your calendars for Wednesday evenings during Lent: Saint Anne's is where the action will be! The evening begins with a soup supper at 5:45 p.m., followed by classes for all ages and interests at 6:30, and wrapping up with the beautiful Holden Evening prayer from 7:20 - 7:40.
The Holy Land
This class is will be led by parishioner Bill Lanoue, based on his visits to Isreal.
The Holy Land. It's all about layers. Dig deep into the land, the cultures, the people and yourselves. Examine the many layers of Israel and Jordan. We may only scratch the surface, but we'll learn something, even if it's only where to look next.
Purificators, Pyxes and Patens...Say wha'?
Led by Fr. Theo Park.
Once upon a time, most Anglicans throughout the world spoke a common language about liturgy, based upon the Book of Common Prayer (its title reveals its purpose). In the Episcopal Church of the 21st Century this unified approach is long gone, and those who gather on Sunday morning for worship have many options or styles from which to choose. But who makes those choices for the community? And exactly what are the options? If you've ever wondered, join us for an exploration of just what the "rules" are and a discussion of how Saint Anne's in particular colors outside the lines.
We Are Pilgrims On a Journey: An Exploration of the Labyrinth
Led by the Rev. Jennifer McNally
A labyrinth is an ancient symbol that relates to wholeness through a meandering but purposeful path, representing spiritual pilgrimage. Come on Wednesday evenings to become a spiritual pilgrim, exploring the practice of labyrinths. We'll use Saint Anne's canvas labyrinth, and our own a finger labyrinths to take and use at home. This class is geared toward children and youth, but open to all.
A Good Time for the Truth
A book study with the Peace & Justice group.
From Amazon: In this provocative book, sixteen of Minnesota's best writers provide a range of perspectives on what it is like to live as a person of color in Minnesota. They give readers a splendid gift: the gift of touching another human being's inner reality, behind masks and veils and politeness. They bring us generously into experiences that we must understand if we are to come together in real relationships. The book can be ordered here: https://www.amazon.com/Good-Time-Truth-Race-Minnesota/dp/168134002X