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The Forty Martyrs of Sebaste; Unknown Master, Greek; c. 1000; The Hermitage, Saint Petersburg

The Week of Lent III at All Saints

March 8, Lenten Feria
  10:00 a.m. - Zoom Bible Study on Hebrews
  12:15 p.m. - Low Mass
   6:15 p.m. - Sr. Lynda's Preschool class via Zoom
   7:15 p.m. - Youth Group via Zoom

March 9, St. Frances of Rome, Wid.
  12:15 p.m. - Low Mass

March 10, Forty Holy Martyrs (see below)
 12:15 p.m. - Low Mass

March 11, Lenten Feria 
  12:15 p.m. - Low Mass

March 12, St. Gregory the Great, B.C.D.
  12:15 p.m. - Low Mass

March 13, Lenten Feria
    5 p.m. - Mass

March 14, Lent IV (Laetare)
   9 a.m. - Mass & Livestream
  10:30 a.m. & 12 p.m. - Mass

Lenten Appeal

Our Lenten Appeal for this year will be to support Fr. Scott Greene and the church of St. Peter the Apostle Anglican in Kingsport, TN, a parish in our diocese. As many of you know, the Lenten Appeal gives you the opportunity for alms giving during this season. Something as simple as a $1 a day, or more as you are able, will bless Fr. Greene.

Fr. Greene is a young priest in the APA, a graduate of the Nashotah House Seminary, and being shepherded by the APA Board of Examining Chaplains and Fr. Wade Miller. He is caring for St. Peter the Apostle parish, which is smaller and cannot meet all of his financial needs at this point. He and his wife, Maryl, have two young daughters.

Please write "Lenten Appeal" on the memo line of your check to designate the funds for Fr. Scott Greene.

Fr. Greene, his wife Maryl, and Bishop Grundorf at the baptism of Fr. Greene's daughter, Audree, on Lent II
Weeklings, resurrected

Isaac James is accepting poems and artwork on a rolling basis from now until June 1st at which point he will begin to organize a collection of poetry and art from all previous editions of the Weeklings. If you have any questions about artwork or have revisions to your poems please do not hesitate to contact him. In order for this collection to be successful, Isaac would appreciate as much artwork as possible so send as much as you can. Both color and grayscale artwork of all mediums (including photography) is welcome. For questions about 3d artwork, please contact Isaac for specifics. More information will follow shortly. In the meantime however, good creating!
Men's Group to resume
Men's group will resume with breakfast and Bible study
Tuesday, April 6, at 7 a.m. in the Undercroft.
Wednesday Evening Prayer

Mark your calendars! We will resume Evening Prayer and BYO Picnic Dinner on Wednesday, March 24th, being the vigil of the Annunciation of the BVM. Weather permitting, Evening Prayer will begin at 5:30 p.m. 

Sermons for Lent III

Both sermons are posted to our website this week! Audio and text for Fr. Glenn's sermon can be found here, and Fr. Sean's here.

Saints Bio: Forty Holy Martyrs

In the year 320, Constantine was Emperor of the West and Licinius of the East. Licinius, under pressure from Constantine, had agreed to legalize Christianity in his territory, and the two made an alliance cemented by the marriage of Licinius to Constantia the sister of Constantine; but then Licinius broke the alliance and made a new attempt to suppress Christianity. He ordered his soldiers to repudiate it on pain of death. In what was called the “Thundering Legion,” stationed near Sebaste in Armenia (Turkey), forty soldiers refused, and when promises, threats, and beatings failed to shake them, they were stripped naked one evening and herded onto the middle of a frozen lake, and told, “You may come ashore when you are ready to deny your faith.” To tempt them, fires were built on shore, with warm baths, blankets, clothing, and hot food and drink close by. As night deepened, thirty-nine men stood firm, while one broke and ran to the shore. However, one of the soldiers standing guard on shore was so moved by the steadfastness of the Christians that he stripped off his clothes and ran out to join them. They welcomed him into their company, and so the number of the martyrs remained at forty, and by morning, all were dead of exposure. One source says that the few in whom a little life remained were stabbed to death at dawn.

Weekend Pew Reservations

Our four Saturday/Sunday Masses are near capacity each weekend. It is wonderful to have so many parishioners worshipping in person -- and via the livestream, too! Please email the church office if you plan to not attend Mass one weekend due to travels, sickness, etc. Our Masses are often at capacity and we want to have space for welcoming visitors as well! 

If you have not read All Saints' guidelines for returning to Mass, please do so before attending a Mass.

Saturday 5 p.m.
1. Carter
2. Huffman
3. Hughes
4. James
5. Lee
6. McConnell
7. McDermott, R.
8. Shinozaki
9. Shonka
10. Uva Students
11. Williams, R.

Sunday 9 a.m.
1. Barnes

2. Cann
3. Faircloth
4. Camblos
5. Hubbard
6. Malcolm 
7. Micheletti
8. Page
9. Trent
10. Tyler
11. Southwell
12. Woody
13. King
Sunday 10:30 a.m.
1. Fickley 
2. Fields
3. Fitzhugh
4. Gerlach
5. Hart
6. Godbold
7. Moruza, T.
8. Nesbit
9. Spruill
10. Watson
11. White, K.
12. Williams, K.

Sunday 12 p.m.
1. Barnes 
2. Foradori
3. Haggerty
4. Hujik
5. Johnson
6. Mitchell 
7. Perry
8. McDermott, J.
9. Newcomb
10. Townsend
11. Jamison
12. Worsham
13. Markham
And they continued stedfastly in the apostles' doctrine and fellowship, and in breaking of bread, and in prayers. Acts 2:42

Contact us at:
3889 Ivy Road
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
(434) 979-2842

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