Our Easter Celebration here at the Kirk includes the traditional Palm Sunday, the Maundy
Thursday/Tenebrae Service, including communion, and our Easter Sunday jubilation.
These services are intended to be both solemn and reflective, to help us...
March 6th (Ash Wednesday) marks the beginning of this year’s Lenten Season. Our English word “lent” comes from an Anglo-Saxon word which means “to lengthen,” and is associated with the lengthening of days in the spring.
This year, I will be...
Mardi Gras begins on Epiphany and ends the day before Ash Wednesday. The Kirk is celebrating with a Mardi Gras Party in March. All of us are called to be faithful. Whatever our life circumstances, we are all called to do what we can. In ways...
The New Year marks a time when many of us try to
make a fresh start, let go of past mistakes and try to
make positive changes in our lives.
Some of us even create lists of New Year’s
resolutions to exercise more and watch less TV.