Spring Training in the Diocese of Maine: Saturday, April 28th, 9:30am – 3:15pm at the South Parish Congregational Church (9 Church St., Augusta). Gather with Bishop Steve Lane and Episcopalians across the diocese for a day of learning, sharing, and growth. A church leader? A clergy person? Someone interested in spiritual growth or community outreach? With 20 workshops to choose from, you’ll find what you’re looking for. Coffee is ready at 8:30am; please bring you own bag lunch. Because space is limited, registration is required.
Powerlessness: Sunday, April 29th, at 9:10am and 11:15am in the undercroft. The International Day of Reflection on the 1994 Rwanda Genocide was on April 7. In honor of that day, we will be showing a report on the roll churches are playing in processes of truth and reconciliation. We will also have space for reflection on Christ entering into the place of powerlessness and suffering we feel when faced with the injustice and confusion of Genocide.
Andrei Rublev movie: May 6 at 11:15am in the Undercroft. Join us for this movie and meal. We will be showing the 1966 Russian master-piece Andrei Rublev. It is one of the few Soviet era Russian films to address the religious life. The film follows 25 years in the life and career of Russia’s greatest icon painter. The movie, which is in black and white culminates with Rublev’s icons in full color.
Upcoming choral concert:: The Sheepscot Valley Chorus and St. Cecilia Chamber Choir present “Israel in Egypt” on Saturday and Sunday, May 5th and 6th at 4:00pm at Second Congregational Church. Tickets are $20 for adults, free for students. Tickets are available at Sherman’s Maine Coast Book Shops, Treats and online at www.ceciliachoir.org and www.sheepscotvalleychorus.org.
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