Due to the inclement weather last weekend, the Massachusetts Chapter of the United Black Episcopalians has rescheduled the annual Absalom Jones Day Festival to Sunday, Feb. 22nd-4:00 pm at St. Bartholomew’s Church, 239 Harvard Street in Cambridge. Bishop Alan M. Gates will preach and preside.
Due to the forecast of another major snow storm this weekend, the Sunday, February 15, 2015 Service and Sunday School are cancelled.
This year we have a unique richness of opportunities to observe the Lenten season and the feast of Easter. There will be a full program of liturgical celebrations at St. Cyprian’s as well as opportunities to join with our neighbors of other faith communities in the annual United Lenten Devotions to fulfill Jesus’ exhortation — “that they all might be one.”
During Lent, we will be celebrating the Sunday Eucharist according to Rite I. Also, during Lent, we will have presentations of the film series produced by the Mission Institute on “Being Church.” St. Cyprian’s was one of the parishes featured in the series.
The United Lenten Devotions will once again be observed at different churches throughout the greater Boston area. A full schedule of the services, preachers, texts, locations and topics can be found here. Our schedule for St. Cyprian’s services during Lent and Easter can be found here. Please join us to observe Lent and celebrate Easter.