Ash Wednesday, February 14: 7:00-9:00 am we will provide Ashes To Go for persons of any denomination who are unable to attend Ash Wednesday services due to work, family, medical or other committments. Those who come to the "drive thru" can request prayers and receive ta blessing and the imposition of ashes.
At 7:00 pm we will have our Traditional Ash Wednesday Service which will include special music, prayers, scripture, and the imposition of ashes.
On Wednesdays In Lent we will gather for a simple soup supper at 6:30 pm. After our meal and fellowship, we'll move to the sanctuary for a Lenten Service at 7:15 pm that focuses on social justice topics. Each week we'll hear from two persons from the past whose ministry sought to address a social justice issue. Then we'll hear about how people are responding in our community today.
February 21 Exclusion and Segregation
February 28 Social, Political and Religious Polarization
March 7 Health Care
March 14 Housing
March 21 Hunger
Palm Sunday, March 25: 10:00 am and 6:00 pm Blessing and distribution of palms and dramatic reading of the Passion Narrative.
Maundy Thursday, March 29: 7:00 pm Washing ritual, Holy Eucharist and stripping of the altar in preparation for Good Friday
Good Friday, March 30: Ecumenical Service: 12 noon The Rev. Paul LeClair of St. Patrick's and 6 other local pastors will reflect on The Seven Last Words of Jesus at First Presbyterian Church of Troy. 4327 Livernois Rd (between Wattles Rd and Long Lake Rd.
Good Friday Evening Service: 7:00 pm at St. Patrick's
Easter Sunday, April 1: 10:00 am and 6:00 pm Jpyous celebration of the Day of Resurrection with special music bells, and return of the Alleluias.