Mark your calendars!

If you want to know if a service or event has been cancelled due to weather, copy and paste this link into your browser: http://www.wlbz2.com/closings. If we are not listed there, the service/event will go ahead as scheduled.
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Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday all are welcome to Morning Prayer at 8:30 in the Rectory Library
Friday, Feb. 27 12 Noon Contemplative Prayer – Rectory Library
5 pm *BYOD & Movie night – Man of the Year with Robin Williams- Parish Hall
Sunday, March 1 10 am Lent 2 Eucharist with Healing – Sanctuary
11:30 am Lenten Discussion Series
Tuesday, March 3 4:30 pm Lenten Evening Prayer and Supper – St. Saviour’s
Wed., March 4 12 noon Caregivers’ support group – Pastor Jenny – Rectory Library
4:30 pm Outreach meeting – Rectory Library
Friday, March 6 12 Noon Contemplative Prayer – Rectory Library
Sunday, March 8 Daylight Savings begins! Alleluia! Remember to turn your clocks ahead Saturday night!
11:30 am Lenten Discussion Series
Tuesday, March 10 5:15 pm **March on Mt. Desert St. starts at the Abbe Museum

About Sunday’s music: Bach’s O Man, Lament Thy Great Sin, is one of his most beautiful and beloved organ works. It is based on a chorale which speaks of Jesus’ passion, death and resurrection and is traditionally played in Lent at churches around the world.
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: 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. Muffet has copies in the office for $10.

Evening Prayer on the island in Lent – Everyone is welcome!
Tuesdays in Lent, gather with other island Episcopalians for a quiet, contemplative service of Evening Prayer at 4:30, followed by a light supper:
March 3 at St. Saviour’s, Bar Harbor – St. Saviour’s folk – contact Linda Foster at 288-2720 if you can help.
March 10 at St. John, Southwest Harbor
March 17 at Church of Our Father, Hulls Cove
March 24 at St. Mary’s, Northeast Harbor

*Movie and BYOD night TONIGHT at 5pm – showing Man of the Year starring Robin Williams. In the film, Williams portrays Tom Dobbs, the host of a comedy/political talk show, based loosely on the real-life persona of Jon Stewart. With an offhand remark, he prompts 4 million people to e-mail their support; then he decides to campaign for President.

Winter Service Schedule:

Winter Service Schedule:
In the dark, cold winter, we need to huddle together for warmth and light. Until Easter Sunday (April 5), we will have a single service of Holy Eucharist at 10:00 AM on Sundays. The 7:30 service will re-commence the Second Sunday of Easter (April 12). Morning Prayer will continue Monday, Wednesday & Friday mornings at 8:30 in the Rectory Library through the winter.
If a service or church event is cancelled due to weather, you can go to www.WLBZ2.com, click on the “Weather” tab at the top, click on “closings and cancellations” tab on the left. If we are closed, we will be listed. If we are not listed the service or event will go on.

Taize Services at St. Saviour’s

Taizé – An Ecumenical Prayer Service at St. Saviour’s Parish, 41 Mt. Desert Street, Bar Harbor

Simple, yet profound. Experience the spirituality and the meditative songs of the Taizé community of France, an interdenominational and ecumenical monastic order known around the world for its message of trust, peace and reconciliation. • Candlelight, • Scripture, • Silence, • Song, • Prayer.
6 pm in the Chapel
Friday, March 20
Friday, June 19

St. Saviour’s is handicap accessible and All are welcome! www.stsaviours.me