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"What you do to the least of these, you do to me..."  - Jesus



As followers of the Way of Jesus, our faith calls us to share the love and grace that God has given us with others in our community and in the world.  We gather to celebrate the Eucharist on Sundays so that we will be nourished by the Body and Blood of Jesus Christ and empowered to be the Body of Christ in the world, reaching out in love to those in need.  Throughout the year we will participate in service projects, such as a River Clean-up Day and a service retreat, and we will work with the Fredericksburg ecumenical ministry to the homeless, Micah Hospitality Network.  Come here regularly to see what plans are being made.
Last Updated on Monday, 09 August 2010 15:31
 

Episcopal New Service

  • Bringing church to the people: ashes, ashes everywhere
    [Episcopal News Service] Increasingly, there is “Ashes to Go,” ‘Smudge and Run,” “Drive-through Ashes,” “Ashes on the Fly,” and now, “Lent in a Bag,” as all sorts of churches—Episcopal, Lutheran, Methodist—are moving the centuries-old Ash Wednesday observance beyond church walls. The Rev. Donna S. Mote, Episcopal chaplain at the Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, says she will […]
  • Presiding Bishop addresses National Press Club on creating a more inclusive society
    [Episcopal News Service – Washington, D.C.] “We shall either learn to live together … or perish together as fools,” Presiding Bishop Michael Curry began a Feb. 8 address to members and guests of the National Press Club. The words, spoken by the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. during a 1964 speech in St. Louis, Missouri, […]
  • Video: Presiding Bishop Michael Curry’s Message for Lent 2016
    [Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs press release] “The season of Lent is upon us,” Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop and Primate Michael Curry says in his Message for Lent 2016. “It is a season of making a renewed commitment to participate and be a part of the movement of Jesus in this world.” The holy season […]

Anglican Communion News

  • Judeo-Christian values replaced with golden calf of the self
    The Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church in America, the Most Revd Michael Curry, has said that the replacement of Judeo-Christian values with the “idol of the self” is a “formula for human self-destruction” and said that the love of God was about the “sacrifice of self-centred interest for the good of the other.”
  • Gambella: life returning to normal
    Life in the Gambella region of southern Ethiopia is getting back to normal after a recent surge in tribal tensions. Bishop Grant LeMarquand, an area bishop in the diocese of Egypt with North Africa and the Horn of Africa, says that “buses have started running, banks and shops are open again” but he asks for continued prayers for the region.
  • 1000 refugees reach Italy through "Humanitarian Corridors"
    The first of what will be 1,000 refugees from camps in Lebanon, Morocco and Ethiopia are arriving this month in Italy through a “Humanitarian Corridors” project organized by the Federation of Protestant Churches in Italy, the Sant’Egidio religious community and the Italian government.