Wednesdays, Dec. 1, 8, and 15, 6:00 p.m. Gather for a simple supper at 6pm, stay for Christian formation, and end with lighting the Advent Wreath and saying evening prayers together! Kids can make Advent crafts and adults can join a lively study of the first chapter of the Gospel of John with Rev. Heidi.
ARCHIVE November, 2010
Every December, my dad starts paying attention to the page in the newspaper that lists the time for sunrise and sunset. “We’ve lost 3 more minutes of daylight!” he’ll lament to me over the phone. But in January and February, he begins to report with joy that yes, the sun is slowly creeping back, minute Read more
A service for anyone who needs prayer and healing in the holiday season. Music, prayer stations, scripture, silence, and hope. All are welcome.
A service of light and expectation! We read passages from the Bible that speak of the coming of Jesus, sing and listen to carols, and light both the fourth candle of the Advent wreath and the lights on our Christmas trees. Stay after church for Godly Play (for kids ages 3-7), Sunday School (kids ages Read more
Theresa read this reflection as inspiration for the 2011 St. Benedict Giving Campaign on Sunday, November 21. To make a pledge to St. Benedict for next year, click here. The prayer of St. Francis is one of my favorites for a lot of reasons. I’ve been listening to a song based on this prayer a Read more
Miranda read this reflection as inspiration for the 2011 St. Benedict Giving Campaign on Sunday, November 14. To make a pledge to St. Benedict for next year, click here. I have been coming to St. Benedict since I was 4, so 12 years now. This really is my “home away from home.” Just like the Read more
Join us as we enter this season of waiting for Jesus… we will have a special Godly Play class for children ages 3-7, and a “Make your own Advent Wreath” workshop for all ages!
Family Eucharist and Pageant, 5:00 p.m. Candlelight Service with Eucharist, 10:30 p.m.
At our dinner and fundraiser in October, Bishop Jeff Lee “blessed” us via a video, since he couldn’t join us in person. (The video is the post just previous to this one, if you’d like to watch it!) He reminded us that Benedict, our patron saint, was a monk who taught that the practice of Read more