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Wednesday, February 26 -- Ash Wednesday Services
Remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return. 
Please Join us for our Ash Wednesday Liturgy with Imposition of Ashes on
Wednesday, February 26.
Three opportunities for worship:
  • 12 noon: St. Thomas (in the St. Luke’s Chapel)
  • 5:30 pm: All Saints’ (with a child-friendly sermon)
  • 7:30 pm:  St. Thomas (in the St. Luke’s Chapel)  
Mother Tami will dispense ashes at the Harrison Train station from approximately 6:00 to 7:30 am as part of the Ashes to Go Movement (
Lent Devotional Booklet – there's still one more day write a short meditation. Please contact Mother Tami ( or 914-584-1418) by tomorrow, Monday, February 24th. The meditations booklet will be published on Ash Wednesday, February 26 th
Lent Madness Begins!

As the creators of Lent Madness say, “If you’re looking for a Lenten discipline that is fun, educational, occasionally goofy, and always joyful, join the Lent Madness journey. Lent needn’t be all doom and gloom. After all, what could be more joyful than a season specifically set aside to get closer to Jesus Christ?”  


More information about this innovative, interactive online learning opportunity can be found at   All Saints’, St. Thomas in Mamaroneck and St. John's in Larchmont hold a local competition, the winner of which receives winnings to donate to their favorite charitable organization.   For $21.00 you receive a book with information about the 32 saints who are in competition for this year’s Golden Halo as well as the chance to donate the winnings which currently total over $900 to your favorite charity.  It’s fun, educational and is doing good. 


 Contact Tami (  for more information.  Not feeling competitive?  That’s ok, you can still participate by voting for your favorite saint every day and seeing who will win this year’s Golden Halo!

What is Lent, Anyway? Sunday, March 1rst, 9:15 - 10:15 am

Join the Reverend Tami Burks in the Cormany Room of All Saints’ for a crash course in Lent and get all of your questions answered about this liturgical season.  When did Lent start? How does the Episcopal Church view Lent? Do I have to give something up? Can I eat meat? What relevance does it have to our lives today?  Bring your favorite hot beverage!

The Way of Love Lenten Calendar - The Episcopal Church's web site offers a free downloadable calendar to help you follow The Way of Love throughout the season of Lent.

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