Wednesdays, March 13 - April 10

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6p Dinner in the Parish Hall
$5 per person/$15 per family

7p Telling the Story

Wednesdays of Lent, we gather at 6p for dinner and enjoy a brief time of singing before Dean Edgar leads a class on the importance of testimony. Every person has a story, and each of those stories has a shape. There is real potential for growing as a disciple, deepening your Christian walk, and being able to take--and reshape--what life brings if you are able to articulate your own story in light of the gospel story. This five-week series will be a mixture of teaching and testimony as we seek to discover and experience the power of “sharing our testimonies.” Note: You will not be asked to speak publicly in this class, so have no fear..

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Holy week Services

7.30a in the Chapel

Morning Prayer
Monday and Tuesday

Mid-Week Eucharist



Palm Sunday

April 14

9a Breakfast & Making Palm Crosses
10a Eucharist w/ Palm Procession


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Maundy Thursday

April 18
Noon Eucharist with Stripping of the Altar

Seder Meals in Homes
Haggadah Liturgy


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Good Friday

April 19


10.30a-3p “Jesus’ Seven Last Words”
St John Baptist Church
Dean Edgar is preaching on the fifth word “I thirst.”

7p Good Friday Liturgy


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Children’s Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday, April 20 from 10-11.30a

Bring your basket to hunt eggs and enjoy light refreshments with your CotA family at the lovely home of Glenn and Michelle Gentry.

Contact: Marshanda Gregory

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Holy SaturdaY

April 20

7p The Great Vigil of Easter
We all bring something to rattle, jingle, bang, and clash for the Great Noise.

9p Break the Fast Party
“And now that our Lenten fast has ended” everyone brings a favorite treat (sweet and savory!) to enjoy together in celebration.



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Easter Sunday

April 21

10a Festival Eucharist of Easter


Fellowship in the Parish Hall over dinner ($5 per person, max $15 per family)
followed by a time hearing our fellow parishioners' "Sacred Stories"
via interview by Dean Edgar in the Nave.

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Our annual parish picnic begins with an outdoor Eucharist at 11a.
This year, our picnic will be the best ever!

Lunch and epic fun will be provided;
all you have to bring is a chair and your swim suite!


Bethel Christian Camp



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