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Notes From Mother Susan

BY: Susan Latimer0 COMMENTS CATEGORY: Rector

LENT – a season for deepening our relationships with God and each other

Ancient and New

New this Lent to St. Catherine’s is a Sunday Evening Contemporary Service with Music 5:30 p.m. Abide in My Love

This new offering begins Sunday February 18th ( which happens to be both my birthday, and Renee’ Graham’s birthday – we are celebrating by being part of the music ministry for this service! )

Come and see! Come as you are! No experience necessary.

Taize’ Wisdom Chants by Darlene Franz Guitar Piano Flute Voices

While keeping the ancient structure of the eucharist we will add new prayers, a modern Eucharistic prayer, innovative responses to the Gospel, icons and candles, more silence, and a variety of beautiful sacred music – from modern sacred chants such as Taize’ and those from the Wisdom schools by Darlene Franz, to modern Christian, to folk and even jazz music. We will be experimenting with different types of music throughout 2018.

Musicians welcome!

If you play an instrument or wish to be a part of the core of singers, please contact Mother Susan+ 304 -926-4554 [email protected] or the church office.

Deepening our relationships with God and each other

Join us for our Annual Soup Supper and Lenten Program

Thursday evenings 6:00 p.m. Soup, 7 :00 program

The Benedictine tradition, dating back to St. Benedict in the 6th Century, is a time-tested spiritual formation program that is a part of our own Episcopal/Anglican DNA.
Join us as we explore the treasures of the Benedictine Tradition together:

Balance Prayer and Work

Feb. 22nd A Holy Balance – Prayer and Work – Mother Susan+

March 1st The Four Quadrants and our Life- in Balance? – Mother Susan+

March 8th The Benedictine Triangle: Stability, Obedience, Conversion of Life- Mother Susan+

March 15th TBA – Fr. Allen+

March 22nd Listening as Spiritual Practice – Mother Susan+

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