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Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday all are welcome to Morning Prayer in the Rectory Library
Friday, Jan. 30 9 am Deadline for Voice pictures and articles
12 noon Contemplative Prayer – Rectory Library
Sunday, Feb. 1 10 am Eucharist with healing – Sanctuary and Chapel
Wed., Feb. 4 10 am Investment Meeting – Rectory Dining Room
4:30 pm Outreach Meeting – Rectory Library
Friday, Feb. 6 12 noon Contemplative Prayer – Rectory Library
Tuesday, Feb. 10 5 pm FREE Community Valentine Pot Luck Supper – Parish Hall
Wed., Feb. 11 12 Noon Caregivers’ Support Group – Rectory Library
Friday, Feb. 13 5 pm BYOD & Movie night – Parish Hall – Fiddler on the Roof
Tuesday, Feb. 17 6 pm St. John’s Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper – Southwest Harbor
Tuesday, Feb. 10: FREE Community Pot Luck Valentine Supper from 5:00 -6:30 pm in the Parish Hall. Any donations will benefit St. Saviour’s MDI Fire Fund which benefits fire victims on Mt. Desert Island. If you are unable to attend, but would like to support the fund, checks may be made payable to St. Saviour’s Parish (note Fire Fund in the memo section) and sent to the address above. Bring a dish or dessert to share, your family, friends and neighbors for an evening of wonderful fellowship and food. St. Saviour’s is handicap accessible and ALL are welcome!
Friday, Feb. 13 5pm: Movie and BYOD night in the Parish Hall!, bring your own snack or dinner as we watch Fiddler on the Roof and share great fellowship! Bring a cushion or a comfy chair, house slippers, whatever will maximize your comfort! Call 288-2739 more info. All are welcome, so bring a friend!
Lenten Discussion Series: Bishop Steve has invited the whole Diocese to share one book this Lent: Being Christian by Archbishop Rowan Williams. Tim, Vesta, and Jenny will be leading Sunday discussions on the four topics of this book (Baptism, February 22; The Bible, March 1; Eucharist, March 8; and Prayer, March 15), and we will figure out together what we want to discuss on the last two Sundays of Lent (March 22 and 29). We will be using Archbishop Williams’ short book as a resource, but feel free to participate whether or not you’ve read it. It is available through Amazon, or if you’d like the church to order you a copy, please give Michele or Muffet $10 and your name by February 11 to get the book by February 15.