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3 days ago

Here is this week's Food for the Soul, inspired by this Sunday's Gospel reading for the Fifth Sunday in Lent.
It comes in two parts.
The first is visual in the attached photo.
Here is the text for the second one:

Our Gospel reading this week is John 11:1-45.
Read it through once.
Now read it again and pause to insert yourself into the action:
•What is Jesus doing, and how does He react to the messenger?
•How do the disciples feel about returning to Jerusalem?
•Imagine the state of ... See more

4 days ago

We're sad to report that we have to suspend our plans for more prayer walks until Gov. Scott lifts the order to stay at home. Our prayers are for everyone to stay well and be safe.
If there is anything you would like to see posted here while the church needs to stay closed, please let us know by commenting on this post!
(The painting is "Celebrating the Moments," by Sister Nancy Earle, a member of the Missionary Sisters of the Immaculate Conception of the Mother of God)

5 days ago
www.churchpublishing.org

The Episcopal church has provided these links:

The Book of Common Prayer.

https://bit.ly/2UEUiGm

Living Lent Meditations.

https://bit.ly/3dnUlPn

1 week ago
St. Peter's Episcopal Church

Instead of having regular worship today, we went on an outdoor prayer walk, respecting social distancing. It could not have been a nicer day, and we had a great turnout. This will be our new Sunday normal at St Peter's in Bennington for a little while.

It was a beautiful day for our first Prayer Walk, at the required 6-feet space between us, contemplating the word John Terauds prayed before we started.
We'll do it again next Sunday, March 29 - join us! - - Canceled until restrictions on activities are lifted