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Lent 2020 at St. John's

February 14, 2020

Lent at St. John’s

 

Mite Boxes: Mite boxes will be made available beginning Shrove Tuesday. Take one home, and through the season of Lent use it to collect the savings from your fast. Return it on Palm Sunday as a special gift.

 

Ash Wednesday: There will be three masses on Ash Wednesday, February 26, at 7am, 12:15pm, and 7pm. Ashes to go will be available on the Adams Blvd plaza between the 7am and noon services.

 

Stations of the Cross: Wednesday nights at 6:30, beginning March 13. The Wednesday services will also feature mediations from the Writers’ Group: Julia Robinson Shimizu on Repentance, Kim Speese-Zeno on Mercy and Grace, Bob Bowen on Humility, Jessica Jew on Loss, and Felicia Gaddis on Appreciation.

 

Sunday Christian Education: Each Sunday in Lent the 9:15am Adult Christian Education class will feature guest speakers on a range of topics relevant to the season. Please consider making time for our generous guests during this season of devotion.

 

Quiet Day: Join us on Saturday, March 7. At 9:00 am, for a guided day of meditation with our monastic family at the Community of Divine Love in San Gabriel. Alight breakfast and lunch will be served. You can RSVP with Victor after service or by email him at churchoffice@stjohnsla.org

 

Spirituality of the Soil: Sunday March 8, 2020 at 12:30 pm: Ecological systems designer Nance Klehm talks about the powerful connection between the health of our soil and our own health and the health of our communities. The Lenten season calls upon us to consider the soil. We are all mortal, and will return to the soil, but new life also springs forth from the soil in the great circle of life. Soil is not mere dirt, but a living system--God's engine for regeneration on this planet. Following the talk join her for an optional workshop on vermicomposting—you will go home with your own worm bin! Lecture is free, but the worm-shop is $30 and you must preregister so we can provide your materials. Financial aid is available.

 

Breaking Bread: On Thursday, March 19 members of St. John's will host dinners in their homes in several geographical locations and a small group will gather to share a meal and pray together. The meal will be potluck and we ask that you sign up for a particular location and let us know what you will bring. RSVPs will be required. Locations will be announced soon.

 

Instructed Eucharist: Saturday, March 21, find out more about the elements of our liturgy with an opportunity to ask questions. A light breakfast will be served.

 

 

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