Coming Saturday Sept 16, 8-9:30 a.m. in St. Martin’s Parish Hall: “One Buck Seminary”
A lively free discussion group returns with Bishop John Thornton as discussion leader. Our topic is St. Augustine, original sin, free will, etc. A reading packet is available. Here’s one of the itemsto read: Stephen Greenblatt’s essay from The New Yorker: One Buck – Sept 16 – St. Augustine
WHAT: “Tea Time”
To support their community outreach programs including Lebanon Soup Kitchen, Personal Care Kits, Learning Perch Reading Program, Little Free Library, Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, and Venture Crew, St. Martin’s Episcopal Church Women are holding their Annual Spring High Tea.
WHEN: Sunday, April 23, 2017, from 2-4 pm
WHERE: St. Martin’s Parish Hall at the corner of Milton and Williams Streets, Lebanon. Plenty of parking, and ADA accessible
EXTRAS: In addition to a wide array of delicious sweets and savories, the Spring High Tea features
- “Name That Tune” competition and Lively Tea Music by Keyboardist Ray Hendricks
- Raffles and door prizes
Tickets: $12 from Church Office. 541-451-1159; email@example.com
Saturday April 1- Bonhoeffer Part 2: “One Buck Seminary” discussion group
with Bishop John S. Thornton. All are welcome.
WHEN – WHERE: Saturday April 1, 8-9:30 a.m. in the Parish Hall
WHAT: Further Discussion of Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s work in Germany during WW II
MATERIALS: Same reading packet as before; available now at St. Martin’s.
Tuesday Feb 28: 5:30 p.m. Traditional Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper
& Pancake Races hosted by St. Martin’s Men’s Group
Pancake Races have many categories, even Certificate of Participation, Most Flips, More Creative Flips, etc. According to Wikipedia,
The most famous pancake race, at Olney in Buckinghamshire, has been held since 1445. The contestants, traditionally women, carry a frying pan and race over a 415-yard course to the finishing line. The rules are strict: contestants have to toss their pancake at both the start and the finish, as well as wear an apron and a scarf. Traditionally, when men want to participate, they must dress up as a housewife (usually an apron and a bandanna). Here’s a picture from England.
Ash Wednesday March 1: Imposition of Ashes
9:30 a.m. Healing Prayers with Holy Eucharist and Imposition of Ashes
7: 00 p.m. Holy Eucharist with Imposition of Ashes
Here are the readings for Ash Wednesday http://www.lectionarypage.net/YearABC/Lent/AshWed.html