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Easter Services and The Season of Easter

2017 Easter Services

Maundy Thursday Service: Thursday, April 13, 7:30pm

We will journey with Jesus towards the cross. As a community we will also remember his last earthly night by sharing in the Lord's supper and a Hand Washing Ceremony symbolic of Jesus' washing the disciples feet.

Easter Services: Sunday, April 16th, 10am.  Children's Easter Egg hunt to follow the service.

April Upcoming Events

April 9 -- Food collection for Youth On Fire, a drop-in center in Harvard Square for homeless young adults. Also, join us in the kitchen after the worship service in order to prepare a vegetable dish for Youth On Fire. Come prepared to chop vegetables. A light lunch will be served.

April 16 - Easter Sunday - Celebrate the Resurrection of Our Lord -- 10 a.m. service.

Note of Thanks from Youth on Fire

In February, our congregation purchased and delivered ten cold-weather sleeping bags (rated to 0 degrees) to Youth On Fire, a drop-in center in Harvard Square for homeless young adults. We received this note:

"Thank you so much for the generous donation! Our members greatly appreciated the sleeping bags. Thanks again for your thoughtful gift! ---Sincerely, The Youth On Fire Team."

We will next collect prepared food dishes for Youth On Fire Sunday, April 9.

The Season of Lent

This Sunday we will begin a six-week Lenten Sermon Series on Growing Deeper: Cultivating and Practicing Spiritual Disciplines.  If you have never commemorated the season of lent or have chosen to give something up as a form of ritual but are looking to engage this Lenten Season with a newfound commitment, please plan to attend service over those next six-weeks.

Many Helping Hands 7th Cambridge MLK Day of Service, Jan. 16th 2-5pm


Many Helping Hands Announces Cambridge’s

7th Annual Martin Luther King Day of Service

When:  Monday, January 16 from 2-5pm.  

Where: Central Square. The Kick Off will take place on the City Hall steps. Activities will be held at City Hall, the Senior Center, the YWCA and

St. Peter’s Episcopal Church


The Feast and Season of Epiphany


The incarnation involves much more than the drama of Christmas itself; it brings a vision of God’s glory to the nations of the world. Our word epiphany comes from a Greek word meaning “manifestation or appearance,” and in church history this word has become closely associated with the revelation of Christ to the Magi.


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