In honor of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service, and to thank community volunteers, the Church of the Holy Nativity in Wrightstown invites the community to a free soup supper. Our soup recipes are made by a local cafe', and there will be some vegetarian, dairy free and gluten free options (soups, breads and desserts) to try. All are welcome; please join us in commemorating this important day.
Race: Fear, Hope and Healing –
weaving a tapestry of truth
A two-part forum on Wednesday evenings, September 14 & 21, 6-9:30pm
at the Church of the Holy Nativity,
749 Durham Road (Rt. 413), Wrightstown, PA 18940
Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania’s Diocesan Anti-Racism Commission members will lead us in identifying and exploring how racism affects us all, and how we might work toward racial harmony.
All are welcome! A light meal will be served.
For free tickets please register online at: Anti-racism Forum Registration
This month we will be assembling meals at home. Please pick up packaging supplies and join us in providing meals for Aid for Friends.
Bishop Lee will be officiating. Reception to follow.
Palm Procession and Passion Reading
We’ll begin at 6:30 with a simple meal of soup, bread and perhaps some fruit or light desserts. Then we’ll pray the Stations of the Cross, an ancient worship tradition walking in the footsteps of Jesus in his final hours in Jerusalem leading to his death on the cross. Finally, we will gather to reflect on our experience and insights during the Way of the Cross. (We’ll keep the soup warm for those who need to arrive a bit late.) Please join us and invite your friends! Sign up to help give us a head count and help with soup, bread, etc., and hospitality.
Join the ladies of Holy Nativity Church for food and friendship.
Aid for Friends meal prep.