Current and Upcoming Events

On Sunday, September 23, we returned to our regular schedule of Said Eucharist at 8AM and Sung Eucharist at 10AM.

Sunday School meets in the undercroft at 10AM on Sundays.

 



MONTHLY BIRTHDAY CAKE CELEBRATION!
Something fun and new!  We will have a small token birthday cake to celebrate all of the month's birthdays during Coffee Hour on the last Sunday of each month. See the flyer and sign-up sheet in the Undercroft for more details.

Can't find the event you are looking for on this page? Please check the Calendar which covers every day of the month.

Save the Date:  Upcoming Events for Richmond Episcopal Ministry:

Thursday, March 7 - thru Lent:  Adult Forum/Lenten study begins on at Ascension, 7pm in the
rectory.  A light supper will be served.  Meetings continue through Lent.

Sunday, March 10 - thru Lent:  Adult Forum/Lenten study begins after coffee hour.  Meetings continue through Lent.    

Sunday, March 17 through Sunday, March 31, at St John’s:  LENTEN SERIES, “The Way of Love”  Held during coffee hour, 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM, Eccleston Hall/ Community Room

Sunday, March 31:  Annual IPC Joint Lenten Service at 4PM.  Location TBA.

Saturday, May 4:  Mothers’ Day Off.  More information to follow

Saturday, June 8:  St John’s community yard sale.  More information to follow.

Lenten Study Program at Ascension this year —

We will offer our Lenten Series twice a week for the 7 weeks of lent--on Sundays after Coffee Hour and on Thursday nights at 7:00 pm in the rectory.  Because Fr. Bill will be at St. John's on some Sundays, Ned Rogers will lead the Sunday morning sessions.  Fr. Bill and Cindy McCloskey will lead the Thursday evenings in the rectory.  A light supper of homemade soup and bread will be offered during the evening sessions.

 

  A Few Reminders of Past Events:


Left: Fr Bill at the ordination on September 15. Below: Fr Bill at the picnic celebrating his ordination.


24-Hour Gospel Marathon, held Monday, November 5, 8PM until Tuesday, November 6, 8PM. Type this address into your browser -- https://www.silive.com/opinion/2018/11/looking for something to read election day? try the gospels-- and see the article that appeared in the Advance.