|Tue Feb 09 @10:00AM - 02:00PM|
Ministry in Transition
|Tue Feb 09 @11:00AM - 01:30PM|
|Tue Feb 09 @11:00AM - |
Chicken & Waffles
|Tue Feb 09 @ 5:00PM - 07:00PM|
|Tue Feb 09 @ 5:30PM - 07:30PM|
Jambalaya Supper at Calvary
|Wed Feb 10 @ 2:00PM - 03:00PM|
Music by Mayden Jazz
|Thu Feb 11 @ 5:30AM - |
"Who is my neighbor" Lent program
|Thu Feb 11 @ 4:30PM - |
Holy Eucharist at the DMC
A service of Vespers in celebration of Three Firsts in the Episcopal Church will be held on Sunday, February 14th at 4 PM at St. Philip's, 18 Sussex Street, Buffalo (off Grider). This Black History Month event will celebrate the life and legacy of the First Black Priest, Absalom Jones; the First Black Bishop, James Theodore Holly; and now the First Black Presiding Bishop and Primate, Michael Bruce Curry, of the Episcopal Church. The Right Reverend Dr. R. William Franklin, bishop of the Diocese of Western New York will preside and preach at this evening service of Vespers.
On Ash Wednesday, February 10, at various locations throughout the Diocese, the Episcopal Church in Western New York will be offering Ashes to Go. This is a new approach to a centuries-old Christian tradition.
The Episcopal Diocese of Western New York is part of a new nationwide movement that has clergy and lay people visiting transit stops, street corners, coffee shops, college campuses and church parking lots to mark the foreheads of interested passers-by with ashes and invite them to repent of past wrongdoing and seek forgiveness and renewal.
All Wardens and Vestry members in the Diocese of Western New York are invited to come together for a day of worship, fellowship, sharing, information and ideas. Clergy are welcome to attend. There will be workshops on a variety of topics, an overview of the role of the vestry what you need to know as leaders of congregations.
There are lots of really good workshops, so think ahead about which members of your vestry are going to go to which ones.
On Wednesday, February 3rd, the "Shepherd's Closet" bus will visit St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral’s “Garden of Warmth” from noon to 1:00 pm. The bus will be parked near Buffalo's "Homeless Jesus" sculpture. Those in need of clothing and winter gear are encouraged to visit.
The "Shepherd's Closet" bus is an outreach program made possible by True Bethel Baptist church, located at 472 Swan Street in Buffalo.
You may have heard of the Mass Mob in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Buffalo, where groups of people “mob” together and attend mass at a specific church on a particular Sunday.
Well in the Episcopal Diocese of Western New York, we like to eat, so this Lent we will be having “Fish Mobs” for several weeks during Lent people from all over the Diocese are invited to join the Fish Mob as we visit various Fish Fries.
With a blend of Christian liturgy, symbolism, and music, two Eggertsville churches of different denominations came together in worship on January 24 of this new year.
Clergy and parishioners from St. Benedict’s RC Church and St. Peter’s Episcopal Church shared an evening prayer service to celebrate the final day of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. There were seventy-two people in attendance.