Shrove Tuesday Supper, February 12
Traditional Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper to be prepared by the Men's Group and Confirmation Class. Pancakes for supper! Pancake races! Animal-shaped pancakes by special order and more!!
Ash Wednesday Liturgies, February 13
Ash Wednesday Liturgies at 7:00 am, 12 noon and 7:30 pm
Stations of the Cross Devotional Fridays at noon
Beginning Friday, Feb. 15 through Friday, Mar. 22, Lay Eucharistic Minister, Lou D'Eri, will conduct a devotional of the Stations of the Cross in the Nave at noon. The service, which follows the Stations of the Cross symbols on the floor of the nave, will take about 30 to 40 minutes.
Lenten Luncheon Series
"Lenten Luncheon Series” to benefit the St. George’s EYC Youth Mission Trip – St. George’s Episcopal Church, Germantown, TN. Every Saturday beginning February 16th and ending March 23rd, 2013 at 11.45 am. Each week will showcase a chef who has created a menu; a group within St. George’s will prepare and present the meal; a guest speaker will take you through a Lenten meditation. Speakers: Feb. 16 – The Rev’d Gary Sturni Feb. 23 – The Rev’d Senter Crook Mar 2 – Dr. Scott Morris (Church Health Center) Mar. 9 – Verlinda Henning Mar. 16 – Bishop Don Johnson (Diocese of WTN), Mar. 23 – Brad Thompson (St. Columba Conference Center) Tickets are $10 per person or $40 for a family of 4 or more and can be purchased at https://stgeorges.ticketbud.com/st-georges-lenten-luncheon-series, or by calling Erika Ewen at 901-481-3810. Click here to view poster.
Adult Christian Education for Lent: A Journey with James
A new Adult Christian Education class will begin with the start of Lent. Join us on February 17 as we undertake the start of a five-week conversation on "Living as Christians -- Some Advice from Jesus's Little Brother". We will look at the New Testament Book of James and seek to discover together its insights on how to live more complete lives as Christians. The book is short, but rich with applied wisdom. Think of the Book of James as a valuable GPS for directing ourselves through everyday life and and think of this course as a worthy practice for you to add during Lent. The only thing to bring is yourself -- but we do need your presence to make this journey of discovery more complete. So make an entry in your calendar now to come to the first class at 9:30 on Sunday, February 17 in Room B.