Lenten Wednesdays at St. Anne's
March 12 - April 9, 2014
Come for any part or all of the evening.
5:45 - 6:30 PM Soup Supper
- A simple, delicious meal made by members of the church
- Food, conversation, fellowship
6:30 - 7:20 PM Classes for All Ages
- Four offerings, each meeting for 5 sessions. Choose the one that interests you most! No age limits or requirements. See descriptions below.
7:30 Holden Evening Prayer
- A beautiful, contemporary sung liturgy that will send you home with a song on your lips and a prayer in your heart.
7:45 Choir Rehearsal
- Join the choir for Lent and Easter!
Wednesday Evening Classes
Each class meets all 5 weeks. All are open to everyone, according to your interest.
Cooking and Creating: Lenten and Easter Traditions
Led by Joanie Delamater, Rebekah Dupont, and Emilie Rexeisen. Especially suited for the very young
and their adult helpers.
Book Discussion: Falling Upward: Spirituality for the Two Halves of Life by Father
Led by Bob Furniss. We tend to think of the second half of life as largely about getting old, health issues,
and letting go of life. But the thesis of this book is just the opposite. This class is especially for those who
want to embrace all of life, especially in the second half of life.
Episcopal Church 101.
Led by Ramona Scarpace and Lydia Huttar Brown. An introduction to the Episcopal Church for new
members, a refresher for longer-time members. Come to any or all of the sessions. Note: This is a
good opportunity to prepare for adult Confirmation or Reception on May 3.
March 12 - Baptism, Creeds
March 19 - Reading and using the Bible in worship, the Sacraments
March 26 - History of the Church, Navigating the Church
April 2 - The Book of Common Prayer, Church Liturgy and Music
April 9 - Spiritual Practice and Ways of Prayer, What is God calling you to do?
The Gospel According to You Tube.
Led by Carolyn Swiszcz and Jennifer McNally. View and discuss some of the inspirational, spirit-filled
and thought-provoking videos on You Tube. Topics include: Slowing down, Awareness, Finding the
Divine in Everyday Life, and Gratitude. Appropriate for older youth and families.