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The Dean's Forum 9:15am in the Memorial Lounge
March 17 -  **NO Dean's Forum**
March 24 - Eucharistic Liturgies Around the World

Beginning March 13th, Come to the Table  will be meeting on the Wednesdays during Lent. There is a sign up sheet in the Memorial Lounge; please sign up to provide the meal, or to lead the discussion during this 5 week season of penitence.  Food is being provided this Wednesday (13th), still in need of someone to lead the discussion.

5:00 p.m. Stations of the Cross
5:30 p.m. Evening Prayer
6:00 p.m. Dinner & Conversation 

 

Sunday, March 30th is the Non-Food Pantry Open Date this month. If you would like to help with this ministry, please contact Rev. Barb Manzo at 715.271.8902.  Remember that the first Sunday of the month will be "Pantry Sunday". We are asking that you bring donations of toilet paper or give financially so we can purchase this item for you! This is our biggest volume item and we need about 300 rolls a month. Packages of any size are accepted gratefully! We are also very happy to take your paper grocery bags with handles. Thank you for your awesome support.

 

Ellie Holstein is offering Yoga classes at Christ Church Cathedral, 502 S. Farwell, Corner of Farwell & Grey St..  The class meets every Monday at 5:30 p.m. & Thursday 9:15 a.m., Cost: $6 per Drop In Class, Breathing, movement, stretches and relaxation. Perfect for beginners, back health, mood management, arthritis, healthy aging and more. All ages and abilities welcome!

 

"For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though He was rich, yet for your sakes He became poor, so that you through His poverty might become rich" (2 Corinthians 8:9). Without question, Jesus is the Chief Steward. None can compare to His example of selflessness and giving. He laid aside His rights as Son of God in order to be the Son of Man. He was willing to endure ignominious death on the cross so that we could be rescued from sin, death, and the power of the devil. He taught us to think and live a new way - as servants who are available to serve, not to be served.

 

The first pavers are being inscribed now so they will be ready to be laid this spring….or as soon as the snow is gone!! If you would like to have a paver ready for the first installation this spring, please order yours by March 1st. The hope is to have every family and/or individual remembered and honored in our courtyard.
There are three sizes being offered: 4x8 bricks; 12x12 and 16x16 granite pavers. You can have one made for your family with just your family name or you can list your whole family. One can be inscribed with your family name or can list individual family members. Other ideas could be to honor a parent, a child’s baptism or a wedding date. The possibilities are endless. The committee will be happy to assist you with any ideas that you might have. As the bricks are laid in the courtyard, they will come together to tell the story of our rich past, our wonderful present and our promising future. Please be a part of it. It won’t tell the complete story without YOU! Contact the office with any questions or concerns.

The Prayer Shawl Ministry will hold its monthly meeting on Tuesday, March 19th at 6:30 p.m. in the Memorial Lounge. Bring a set of size 10.5 or 11 knitting needles and 3 skeins of yarn, machine washable/dryable, all in the same color. If you have more experience you may wish to purchase 3 skeins of Homespun Yarn, machine washable/dryable, all in the same color. If you don't have experience with knitting, we will teach you how to make a prayer shawl. Please join us as we always welcome newcomers, even if you are just curious to find out more about our ministry! Our shawls will be blessed on prayer shawl Sunday, March 24th, at the 10:00 service.

Sunday School 9:00 am in the Wilson Building

Service Schedule

Saturday
Holy Eucharist - 5:00 pm, Ascension Chapel

Sunday
Rite I Eucharist – 8:00 am, Cathedral
Dean's Forum – 9:00 am, Memorial Lounge
Sunday School – 9:00 am, Wilson Building
Rite II Choral Eucharist – 10:00 am, Cathedral

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