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Sunday, March 2nd:
The flowers on the altar are given to the glory of God and in loving memory of her mother, Wands Danes, by Linda McKenzie.

Monday, March 3rd – 4:30 pm – Church doors will be open for quiet prayer time. Everyone is welcome.
5:00 pm – “Daughter of the King” meeting

Tuesday, March 4th – 5:00 pm – “Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper” – The ECW is sponsoring the annual pancake supper and there will be NO CHARGE this year. A sign-up sheet has been posted on the bulletin board in the Parish Hall for us to get an accurate head count for cooking purposes. Please sign up and join in for the beginning of the Lent season. For those volunteering to help, please come at 4:00 pm to start preparations.

Wednesday, March 5th – 12:00 noon – 6:00 pm – Father David will be in the office.
***Wednesday, March 5th – 6:30 pm – Ash Wednesday service.

Thursday, March 6th – 10:00 am – 12:00 noon – Father David will be in the office.

Saturday, March 8th – 10:00 am – The ‘Daughter’s of the King’ will have an FREE Anglican Rosary workshop for those who would like to make their own prayer rosary, upstairs in the Parish Hall. There will be a luncheon and a class on how to use the Rosaries. If you have your own cross or beads, please feel free to bring and use them. If not, there will be crosses and beads for you to chose from. There will be a sign-up sheet posted on the bulletin board. There are also a couple of Rosaries that have been made for you to see. PLEASE make sure you sign up so we can get a head count as to how many we will have for the class and luncheon.
“Praying with a rosary, like praying the Daily Office, is a structured form of prayer, but it requires no reading or the flipping of pages. Persons without a book before them or who cannot read, find the rosary a helpful way to pray. A rosary is a string of beads or knots, each representing a simple prayer that can be said from memory. Holding the rosary in your hand, move your fingers from bead to bead, praying the prayer each bead calls for. There are many ways to pray the rosary. Most include multiple repetitions of familiar texts such as the Lord’s Prayer, the Hail Mary, and others. Gestures such as bowing and making the sign of the cross can also be included. Praying the rosary can allay anxieties and calm troubled nerves. The recitation of familiar prayers in a structured manner frees your mind from concern about how you feel and what to say. Those concerns are surrendered to God in the simple act of obedient recitation. Many people pray their rosaries while watching the news or sitting in a hospital room.

Prepare to enter and celebrate the season of Lent…..
Deuteronomy 8:5 – Think about it: Just as a parent disciplines a child, the Lord your God disciplines you for your own good.
1 Corinthians 9:25 – All athletes are disciplined in their training. They do it to win a prize that will fade away, but we do it for an eternal prize.