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THIS WEEK

Feb 14th - Ash Wednesday
NO BIBLE STUDY
Noon - Imposition of Ashes
6:00 pm - Imposition of Ashes 

Feb 15th - Thursday
10:00 am Prayer Time Using the Anglican Rosary
4:00 pm Women's Bible Study

Feb 18th - First Sunday in Lent
7:30 am Holy Eucharist
9:00 am Formation
9:00 am Choir Practice
11:00 am Holy Eucharist

Feb 19th - Monday
5:45 pm - Vestry Meeting

Feb 20th - Wednesday
10:30 am Bible Study - Live or via Zoom (see below)
Noon Holy Eucharist with Healing
5:00 pm Choir Practice
5:30 pm Lenten Soup Supper
6:00 pm Service of Taizé prayer in chapel

Feb 21st - Thursday
10:00 am Prayer Time Using the Anglican Rosary
4:00 pm Women's Bible Study

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The Office has received notice that our sister, June Leader, died on Monday after a brief stay in hospice. Plans are in progress for a memorial requiem eucharist for her in the near future.

EMI food request this week: Rice, noodles, tuna, dry milk, canned fruit.

Wednesday Bible Study Zoom Link:  (NO BIBLE STUDY ON FEB 14TH)
Join Zoom Meeting

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/81623913599?pwd=XTNMyZDqv4ffiqJjcaoCO88BGxi2hR.1

Meeting ID: 816 2391 3599

Passcode: 592898


ECW reports that their Super Bowl Soup Sale was very successful. They raised over $1,000 for their outreach projects. That is "souper"!

Resources for keeping Lent (mite boxes, Stations of the Cross, Gospel according to Mark reading schedule, labyrinth pamphlet) are located in the Narthex and in the Parish Hall.


During Lent there will be a soup supper each Wednesday at 5:30 pm followed by a contemplative service of Taizé prayer in the Chapel at 6:00 pm. On Thursdays at 10:00 am, we will offer a time of prayer using the Anglican Rosary.


St. Paul's is working on becoming a Safer Place host. Safer Place offers shelter to people who live in vulnerable situations during extreme weather events such as extreme heat of cold, or high winds and storms. To offer this ministry we need some volunteers to be at the Church when we are open for shelter. If you can be a part of this ministry, please let Pastor Brent know by email or phone.


Saint Paul's own Blessing Box needs to be filled! This box can have toiletries and nonperishable items such as cereal, snack food, baby food, Pop-Tarts and canned vegetables and fruit. A bin is in the Parish Hall and the office for donated items or place them in the Blessing Box in front of the office.


A big thank you to Gwen and Donnie Bobie, and Diedra and Al Cowart for laying out our new prayer labyrinth. Another thank you to Lee Coleman who keeps our bulletin boards looking great, Ant the next time you are on campus, notice how nice and clean the Chapel is. We thank Ian Hantz for taking on that project. Well done, everyone!


For those wanting more information on events with the Diocese who have not received the August issue of Coastline, you can access it at PUBLICATION ARCHIVES | Episcopal Diocese of the Central Gulf Coast (diocgc.org) and also register to have it sent to your inbox each month.




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