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Evensong with Teaching Sermons
Join us Wednesday nights in Lent for a soup and bread supper ($2/person) at 5:45 p.m. followed by Evensong at 6:45 p.m. (Feb. 25, March 4, 11, 18, and 25). The theme is the saints with a lineup as follows:

    + Feb. 25 – St. John Roberts (Priest/Missionary to Shoshone and Arapahoe)
    + March 4 – St. Paul Cuffee (East Coast Priest to Native Communities)
    + March 11 – St. Gregory of Nyssa (Bishop of Nyssa, a Cappadocian Father)
    + March 18 – St. Cyril (Bishop of Jerusalem)
    + March 25 – The Annunciation of Our Lord

Lent is a time to stop and work on our relationship with God, either by giving up something that distracts us from God or by adding a discipline that draws us closer to God.

Trust in God: Lenten Quiet Day
“Blessed are those who trust in the Lord…” (Jeremiah 17:7a)
Join us for Our Lenten Quiet Day, hosted by the Prayer Chain, on Saturday, March 14 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Facilitated by the Rev. Carol Sedlacek, our theme will be exploring what it means to trust in the Lord. It is easy to trust in God when life is going well and all things fall into place. Yet we know that life is not always so smooth. It is especially hard to trust when we are in a “desert time” or a “desolate place.” Join us as we discover how to send out our roots to the stream of the River of Life. Cost of the event is $20.00.

Inclement Weather Notification
Winter can be unpredictable. In the event of cancellations, notices are available to you in three different ways. For information about cancelled services or events at St. Bart’s, we will update the Church Phone message, send an email out to the congregation, and post the status on a website www.FlashAlert.net, which distributes the messages to the Metro-area news media.