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Sunday Series – The Gifts of Imperfection, 11:15 am – 12:00 pm
March 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 in the Rug Room.
Embrace who you are (warts and all) as a Lenten practice. Join Arianne for this discussion group using Brené Brown’s bestselling book The Gifts of Imperfection as a guide to prepare your spirit for Easter. In this Lenten season of introspection and self-examination, we will connect scripture and faith with the joyful and challenging work of daily living. The series will support our beloved nature as children of God, our beloved worthiness, and the eternal promise of resurrection! You do not have to read the book in advance, and all are welcome! Come to one or come to all of the classes!
Wednesday Night Lenten Supper – 3/11 and 3/25, 6-7:30 pm Parish Hall
Join Van and Arianne for two evenings of simple food and fellowship. We will have small table conversations and close our evening with prayer.
Yoga Sessions - 3/1 - 5/10, 4:30 pm
Beginning on Sunday, March 1st yoga will again be offered at Good Shepherd. Classes will be held in the Parish Hall at 4:00pm each Sunday afternoon beginning March 1st through May 10th. Classes are only $10, and are open to anyone. Please bring your own yoga mat. Straps and blocks will be supplied. If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact Bill Nesbitt at (443-838-2402).
ST. FRANCIS MISSAL TOUR AT THE WALTERS ART MUSEUM SUNDAY, 3/15, 1:00-2:00 PM
Join Arianne and Good Shepherd friends on a docent led tour of the legendary St. Francis Missal. This 12th-century manuscript is newly restored after a painstaking two year renovation. Purported to be the book that persuaded St. Francis to renounce earthly goods and follow Christ, it is seen as pivotal in the founding of the Franciscan Order. Did you know that people make pilgrimages to Baltimore every year to see this relic? Were you aware that the Walters is world renowned for its rare book and manuscript collections, the Missal being a highlight?
The tour will feature an intimate showing of 17 objects including the Missal, manuscripts, paintings, ivories, ceramics, and documentation of the conservation process.
To sign up, please contact the Church office or Liza Ebeling (jlebeling@ verizon.net). We would be happy to answer any questions you may have about this exhibit.