Starting January 1, 2017, we will be reading the Bible together as the Diocese of Pennsylvania. Members of the Diocese, along with their friends, and family members are invited to join us on a journey through the Bible individually and communally.
We will be using the Bible Challenge reading plan found on the Center for Biblical Studies’ website. This program was developed in the Diocese of Pennsylvania by the Rev. Marek Zabriske, Rector of St. Thomas Church, Whitemarsh. We are excited to be using this program as inspiration for our own DIOPA Bible Challenge.
We’ve got some gift wrapped just for you! Stop by St. Martin’s to pick one up.
The important thing to know is that you are not alone in this and you cannot mess this up! If you miss a day of reading, or a week for that matter, just jump back in to the schedule because there is no wrong way to do this. If you’d rather not read, the Bible App will play the day’s selections in a dramatized audio format for you to listen. If you don’t like one version of the bible, select a translation that suits you.
So, let’s come together as a diocesan family and build the Kingdom of God - praying together, worshipping together, studying together - in this the “come and see” diocese. #diopalove #diopacomeandsee #wordon #diopabbc - there are multiple ways to connect!
8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist
9:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist with music
10:00 a.m. Parish Forum & Kairos
10:15 a.m. worship.together
Holy Eucharist for families with young children
11:15 a.m. Choral Eucharist
Silent morning meditation is offered at 8:15 a.m. weekdays, in the Mary Chapel.
We would love to have you join us.
This Episcopal church is located in the heart of the historic neighborhood of Chestnut Hill, five blocks west of Germantown Avenue at the corner of St. Martin’s Lane and West Willow Grove Avenue.