During Lent, St. John’s is continuing its tradition of inviting you it its simple soup suppers. This year, the suppers are being held remotely on Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. via Zoom. So heat up a bowl of one of your favorite soups and dine with us on Zoom.

The month of March this year is fully Lent, a somber and reflective time in the church calendar. We hope you join us for one or more of our services this month as we share the journey toward Easter. Services continue to be livestreamed each Sunday. (stowechurch.org)

Join us for the devotional opportunities planned for the Lenten season. Each week Fr. Jon and Fr. Joseph will preach on one of the seven deadly sins. Each Friday at 6 p.m. join us in person for Stations of the Cross. You may also join via Zoom at 7 p.m. Email mhnj@vermontcatholic.org for the link.

What is the church, message by Russ Rathier, Northeast Bible Church. (Acts 2)

Our Zoom service at 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, March 7, will be lead by our regular monthly minister, Rev. Barbara Threet. Although Black History Month is just past, Barbara is going to speak about Rosa Parks.

Our Zoom service at 4:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 28, will be led by Kristabeth Atkinson. Kristabeth will speak about Kintsugi, which is the Japanese practice of making beautiful that which has been broken.

The Baháʼís of Stowe will celebrate Ayyám-i-Há on Feb. 26 through March 1. These days are spent in celebration before the time of fasting during the Baháʼí month of Alá (loftiness).

Join us for the devotional opportunities planned for the Lenten season. There will be a parish-wide Zoom rosary on Monday, Feb. 22 at 6 p.m. Email blessedsacrament@vermontcatholic.org for the link. Each Friday at 6 p.m. join us in person for Stations of the Cross. You may also join via Zoom …

“Wisdom from the Spirit,” 1 Corinthians 2:6-16: Reading the Bible without the interpreting power of the Holy Spirit would be simply an academic exercise. The natural person does not accept the things of the Spirit of God, for they are folly to him, and he is not able to understand them becau…

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“Lent traditionally is about giving something up — chocolate or coffee for example. Well, this Lent let’s try something different. This Lent let us strive to display or act out one overt act of loving kindness outside of our normal routine each week. Lest you think this is something trivial …

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