Word to the Wyes 2-14-21

A Prayer for Families on Valentine’s Day
Almighty God, our heavenly Father, who settest the solitary in families: We commend to thy continual care the homes in which thy people dwell. Put far from them, we beseech thee, every root of bitterness, the desire of vainglory, and the pride of life. Fill them with faith, virtue, knowledge, temperance, patience, godliness. Knit together in constant affection those who, in Holy Matrimony, have been made one flesh. Turn the hearts of the parents to the children, and the hearts of the children to the parents; and so enkindle fervent charity among us all, that we may evermore be kindly affectioned one to another; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

This Sunday, February 14
8 am in-person service of Holy Communion – St. Luke’s Chapel
10 am service of Holy Communion – Facebook live – Old Wye

Birthday blessings to Heather McPeters and Judy Webber.
Warmest regards in Christ,
Reverend Charlie

  Kerygma
Discovering the Bible, one of the core courses in the Kerygma Study Program continues on Monday, February 15th at 10 am. You are warmly invited in this new year to sample the Kerygma Program in person and online. Contact Rev. Charlie to be included in the link for Zoom. This week – The Resurrection.

Ash Wednesday, 10 am, February 17th
The Proper Liturgy for Ash Wednesday
An invitation to a Holy Lent
The Litany of Penitence
Absolution
10 am livestreamed from Old Wye Church.
This service will be available for viewing on our Facebook page.
                                           Daily Reflections for Lent 2021 – Not by Bread Alone – are available today.

Old Wye Parish’s 300th Anniversary
Just a reminder: For more information on the 300th Anniversary Celebration you can find
A Wyes People’s Journey from 1721 to 2021 on the parish website.
Look for the 300th Anniversary tab on the home page under Welcome to Wye Parish.

Haven Ministries - Hope Through Shelter, Clothing & Food  Haven Ministries
Attention to all Homeless Shelter Volunteers – Providing dinners is easier than in the past, as you only need to drop off the dinner (usu. meat and veggie casserole) at 5:30 at the Kent Island United Methodist Church.  Thanks to Mary Julie, who has volunteered to prepare dinner on behalf of our Parish today, Sunday February 14th. Please contact me if you are interested or want more information before committing. Thank you very much!
Rick Culotta / wyeheaven@aol.com / 410-829-3129.