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‘Saving Jesus’ Lenten program at The Branches

By On Deck Staff

Episcopal Partners in Ministry will present a five-week Lenten program on Mondays, March 2 to 30 at 7 p.m. at The Branches, 1304 Route 47, Unit A-H, Rio Grande (located in the Village Shoppes at the intersection of Vermont Avenue and 2nd Street).
The series, Saving Jesus—An Exploration of Jesus for the 3rd Millennium! will be led by the Rev. John Sosnowski and the Rev. Debra Bullock.
A service of evening prayer begins at 5:30 p.m. followed by a light supper of soup and bread. There is no cost, and the event is open to everyone.
People are welcome to come for evening prayer, dinner, and/or the discussion segment of the evening. The Branches is at
The format for each 60 to 90-minute session includes conversation around brief readings, a 20-minute video segment, and guided discussion.
The DVD features such leading religious figures as Marcus Borg, John Dominic Crossan, Matthew Fox, Amy-Jill Levine, James Forbes, and a host of others for an exploration of the relevance of Jesus Christ for the third millennium.
For more information or to register, visit the website, meetup.com/Saving-Jesus/ or contact Pastor Debra Bullock or Fr. John Sosnowski at 609-368-5922.
Rev. Sosnowski is the rector at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church (Stone Harbor) and Rev. Bullock is the vicar of St. Barnabas and the assistant to the rector at St. Mary’s.
To learn more about these two churches and The Branches visit stmarysstoneharbor.org and saintbarnabasvillas.org.

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