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Lenten Series

St. Mary’s, Hamilton, is sponsoring its 28th annual
series of Wednesday brown-bag lunches during Lent. Participants enjoy a lecture or program and exchange comments about their Christian experience. A popular community event each year, the noonday series is held in St. Mary’s parish house and attracts clergy and laity from several denominations.
The Rev. Stan Sullivan, former missioner of St. Mary’s and Canon in the Diocese of Alaska, is the speaker on Feb. 20. The Very Rev. Richard McHenry, rector of Holy Comforter, Cleburne, speaks on Feb. 27. On March 6, Harriette Wacker, minister of Hamilton’s First Presbyterian Church, will be the speaker, followed on March 13 by Don Paulson, pastor of Abundant Life Assembly of God in Hamilton. Dan Gunn, senior warden of St. Mary’s, will be the final speaker, on March 20.

Mission Church forming in
Northeast Tarrant County

Fr. Louis Tobola spoke at the annual parish meetings
of St. Stephen’s, Hurst, and St. Martin-in-the-Fields,
Keller, and at the adult forum of St. Laurence, Grapevine, in January to provide information about the forming of a new congregation in northeast Tarrant County. Response was very positive as over 50 people committed themselves to help either through prayer, providing contacts for unchurched people in the area, or by directly assisting in this new work. Further opportunity will be given to parishioners as Fr.Tobola returns to preach and celebrate in these congregations during February, March, and April. If you would like to assist in any way with the founding of this new parish, please send e-mail to: stmartin@stmartininthefield.
We ask your prayers and would love to hear from
you.


All hands: Fr. Fred Barber of Trinity Church, Fort Worth, needlepoints during a free moment in November’s diocesan convention. By dividing up the needlework, the church plans to replace its old kneelers this spring.