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Worship during Lent

Henry Nouwen once described Lent as the season during which winter and spring struggle with each other for dominance. It is an appropriate image because during this time of year the darkness and light within each of us can become locked in conflict. We are called not only to examine the integrity of our own […]

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Worship in the Taize tradition – 5pm Saturday Eucharist in Lent

At the 5pm Saturday service during the season of Lent , we will be having a quiet, more contemplative and slower-paced Eucharist in the Taizé tradition. Taizé (pronounced Teh-ZAY) worship offers a peaceful way to pray, using chants, silent meditation, and scripture readings. The worship offers a wonderful opportunity to be silent and center on the Lord. Come as you are and be a part of it!

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Children in worship at St. Martin-in-the-Fields

Mark 10:13-16 The people brought children to Jesus, hoping he might touch them. [14] The disciples shooed them off. But Jesus was irate and let them know it: “Don’t push these children away. Don’t ever get between them and me. These children are at the very center of life in the kingdom. [15] Mark this: […]

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