THE SEASON OF LENT: We have a challenge for you! Each day of Lent, remove one item from your closet that you no longer need or wear, and put it into a trash bag. At the end of Lent, donate these items to an organization that can share them with someone in need. #40days40ItemsChallenge
JOINT PARISH MEETING: At 8 pm, 21st March 2019 (Thursday) in St Andrew's room
ADORATION: The exposition of the Blessed Sacrament is the 22nd March 2019. 10:30 am till 6 pm
FRIDAYS IN LENT: Stations of the Cross at 11:30 am. Holy Mass at 12 noon. Soup Lunch at 12:30.
ECC LENTEN COURSE: Churches in Edenbridge have tagged the Lenten course "Getting to Know You". Each Wednesday From 13th March to 18th April at St John URC 8pm. All are Welcome.
Lord teach us to show Divine patience with others. Amen
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