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Baptism is both a gift of God’s grace and a call to discipleship. In Baptism, we join with Christ in his death by renouncing all that keeps us from God, ...
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Christian Social Concerns (CSC) had 573 more client interactions in 2019 compared with 2018. In the 149 days CSC opened its doors to clients, 6,159 clients were served within 2,605 ...
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Fair Linen Our altar guild is in search of a volunteer who would like to take on the occasional laundering of the fair linen used on the main altar and ...
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Resources for a holy Lent The National Cathedral has a variety of offerings for Lent and Easter. Check them out.   Rector’s Blog (Kristine) St. Mary's YouTube channel (Subscribe today!) ...
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On Sunday, February 9, St. Mary’s held its 2020 annual meeting in Edwards Hall.  Pastor Kristine opened the meeting with a prayer, then discussed each of the ministries individually and ...
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COPA is non-partisan and does not endorse political candidates, but the success of COPA’s work depends on our creating a relationship of mutual accountability with elected officials. Unlike the contentious, ...
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Are you ready to go on a transformative adventure where you will find beauty, love, camaraderie, and personal fulfillment? Come with me to Honduras where we will stay with the ...
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