For many Christians, science and faith seem incompatible. Our Wednesday evening Soup Suppers and Lenten Study will provide an opportunity to discuss how and if we can reconcile faith and science in the 21st Century. Topics will include creation, time, genetics and the cosmos, all in relation to God. Soup … Continue reading
Let’s talk about history! Join other history buffs to talk about Denmark Township. Do you have questions about Denmark Township History? DTHS can help. Bring objects or photos to share. This event will be held in the historic Basswood Grove Guild Hall of St. Mary’s Episcopal Church. Light refreshments will … Continue reading
Our Annual Harvest Festival Potluck Dinner and Dance is Saturday, November 3. Music by the Back Porch Band begins at 5:00 pm with dinner at 6. Bring your friends, neighbors, family and a favorite dish to share. Suggested donation is $10 per adult. All proceeds benefit area food programs through … Continue reading
It may seem odd that some of the best guidelines for achieving balance in our world today, where “stress” has become the norm, come from a Sixth Century Italian monk who at one point chose to live by himself in a cave. Yet through the centuries, millions have found the … Continue reading
Saturday, May 5: Spring Fling Dinner and Dance Saturday, May 12: Second Saturday Study Group Resumes Friday and Saturday, May 18 & 19: St. Mary’s Annual Rummage Sale Sunday, May 20: The Day of Pentecost Learn more about the May Madness Events at St. Mary’s!
On Sunday, January 28th, St. Mary’s will celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Dedication of the Church by Bishop Henry Benjamin Whipple. Our liturgy that day will have the look, feel and sound of an 1868 Sunday service, with prayers and hymns from that era. Following the 9:30 a.m. service … Continue reading
Like the apostles, we long to learn to pray as Jesus prayed: with faith, fire and fervency. Too often, however, we’re not sure how to begin, what to say, or even if our prayers will be heard and answered. This four-session discussion series will explore the four traditional forms of … Continue reading