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2015 Lenten Study starts on Feb 27

The annual Lenten Study will be held on five consecutive Fridays in Lent, February 27–March 27, at 6:30 p.m. We will be reading Fr. Christopher Webber’s book ‘A Time to Turn: Anglican Readings for Lent and Easter Week,’ as part of the lenten series. In Fr. David’s absence, contact Fr. Darren to get the textbook; the requested donation for the textbook is $10.35.

The first and last sessions will be followed by a Lenten version of our monthly Taizé Healing Service. The plan is for participants to have completed a brief reading assignment before each meeting, including the first. Here are the assignments for the course:

  • February 27: Discuss “Introduction,” “Ash Wednesday,” and “First Week of Lent,” pp. vii-ix, 1-2, 9-24.
  • March 6: Discuss “Second Week of Lent,” pp. 25-40.
  • March 13: Discuss “Third Week of Lent,” pp. 41-58.
  • March 20: Discuss “Fourth Week of Lent,” pp. 59-74.
  • March 27: Discuss “Fifth Week of Lent,” pp. 75-90.

Brief biographies of the authors may be found on pp. 123-28. And of course, you are encouraged to read the remaining chapters not covered in the Lenten Study! Please sign up on the sign-up sheet in the narthex.

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Lent 2014 at Incarnation

LentServices-page-001We will be meeting on five Fridays in Lent to participate in a diocesan program, “ProClaim Engaging the Baptismal Covenant”,  focusing on the baptismal covenant and the role of personal storytelling in spreading the Gospel.

Dates: The sessions will start on March 14 and conclude on April 11.

Time: Each session will begin at 6:30 p.m. and end by 7:45 p.m.

Location: The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation, 1750 29th Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94122.

Please try to attend as many sessions as you can!

On Sundays during Lent we will be focusing our anthems on different compositions by composers on the ‘Ave Verum Corpus’ text. For more details visit http://musicatincarnationsf.wordpress.com/

For additional information visit http://www.incarnationsf.org. For additional Lenten resources visit our pinterest page http://www.pinterest.com/incarnationsf/lent-2014/

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