Thanks to the parishes from all around the Diocese that sent us photos of their Ash Wednesday services!
Church of the Advent, Kennett Square
35 people came to the Children’s Ash Wednesday service.
African Episcopal Church of St. Thomas
In between the Services, the clergy visited homebound parishioners with Ashes and Eucharist. One of the parishioners was Mrs. Ruth Hopson, 104 years old, and St. Thomas oldest member. She is pictured in the second photo below.
St. Phillip’s Church, New Hope
New Hope does not have a train or bus station, but we do have bars and clubs. We for the past few years, St. Philip’s has gone out during happy hour to connect with our community, offer prayer and ashes. In a small ways it allows the Church to move beyond its walls.
Church of the Redeemer, Bryn Mawr
From the Ash Wednesday service.
Holy Innocents St. Paul’s Church, Tacony
From the Ash Wednesday Labyrinth Walk.
Emmanuel Resurrection Church, Holmesburg
From the evening’s service at Emmanuel Resurrection in St. Mary’s Chapel. Father Don Graff and Deacon Donna Lima-Monteiro filled in for Father Sam Murangi as he was visiting his sick godfather, retired Ugandan Archishop Livingston Nkoyoyo in London.
St. Thomas’ Church, Whitemarsh
From our well attended Ashes on the Go service in our chapel. Many of our St. Thomas’ Nursery School families came with their children.
Trinity Church, Boothwyn
Church of St. Alban, Roxborough
St. Stephen’s Church, Philadelphia
St. John’s Church, Norristown
St. Simon the Cyrenian Church