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Lenten Series Continues at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church

February 27 @ 6:30 pm - March 20 @ 8:30 pm
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An event every week that begins at 6:30pm on Tuesday, repeating indefinitely

St. Luke’s, Gladstone, 182 Main Street
Gladstone, NJ 07934 United States
Free

40 Days- What Might God Do in Your Life? 40 Days, that is the length of the season of Lent, it is also the name of our Lenten Series. This Lent both sermons and a midweek potluck will focus on the themes suggested by 40 days in the Bible. The sermons will draw us into the Word and into worship, while the midweek gatherings will afford time to delve more deeply and broadly into the topic. Our Tuesday Evening faculty will include the Rev. Dr. Gordon Graham of Princeton Theological Seminary, Richard Somerset-Ward, and Dr. Kent Walley, St. Luke’s rector. On Tuesdays we will gather at 6:30 pm for the potluck dinner and fellowship. The presentations will start at 7:15 pm and everything will be done by 8:30 pm. The topics are: Week of Sunday, February 25th- 40 Days of Calamity- Trusting God in Times of Natural Disaster Week of Sunday, March 4th- 40 Days of Uncertainty – Listening for God When God Seems Distant Week of Sunday, March 11th- 40 Days of Transformation – Turning from Hindrances to the Life with God Week of Sunday, March 18th-40 Days of Renewal – Empowered by Christ to Shine in the World St. Luke’s is located at 182 Main St, Gladstone, NJ. Visit www.stlukesgladstone.org or call the office at 908-234-0002, for more information.

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2:00 pm

World Day of Prayer – Whiting

March 2 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
St. Stephen’s, Whiting, 180 Route 539
Whiting, NJ United States

WORLD DAY OF PRAYER St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, 180 Route 539, Whiting, NJ, is the site of this year's celebration of World Day of Prayer in Whiting.  Each year, a group of women from a country write an entire worship service.  Churches all over the world celebrate this service on the same day.  This ecumenical spirit encourages prayer and action everywhere.  It makes it more powerful. This year's service will be held on Friday, March 2, at 2PM, at St. Stephen's Church.  "All God's creation is very good!" is the theme, utilizing Genesis and the universal issues of climate change, natural disasters, pollution, and human abuse of the environment.  All affecting God's good Creation and God's people will be explored.  The service is written by the Christian women of Suriname.  It includes prayers, readings from the Old and New Testament, hymns, information about the country and people, and thoughts to share and think about. Members of local churches will be sharing in the readings.  Besides St. Stephen's, members of Christ Lutheran Church, Community Reformed Church, and others will participate.  Refreshments will be served following the service.  A free will offering helps to continue World Day projects throughout the world.  Come join us! Any questions, contact Stefanie at (732) 350-2904.

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