Read their stories and engage in your own Lenten discipline by writing in response to the same questions we asked ourselves. Take a look.
In March, a team from our parish will join members of Christ Church to build a house for Habitat for Humanity in southeast Raleigh. We have organized an “A-Team” with carpentry skills who will help lead the March 6-9 “Framing Frenzy” at the site in southeast Raleigh, and we need your support. Dozens of volunteers are still needed to support the A-Team on Saturday & Sunday, March 8 & 9. We especially need people to prepare lunch for workers on March 9, after the Holy Eucharist at 11:30 a.m. We hope many of you will join us for the Holy Eucharist, even if you aren’t taking part in the project. The project will continue until early May.
There will ongoing opportunities to get involved as we work with a Raleigh family to build their house. Watch for more information in your March Chronicles of Canterbury, but if you’re ready to join us, sign up now!
St. Michael’s men of all ages, let’s get together at Whispering Pines, for a time of FAITH AND
FELLOWSHIP. Mark your calendars for May 2-3, when we will gather at the Country Club of
Whispering Pines. The retreat begins with dinner on May 2 and a session lead by brothers Alan & Eric Hoffler, authors of The Five 15s of a Man’s Life, soon to be released. Saturday offers golf, tennis, sporting clays, lunch and a closing service. The cost is $175 plus the sporting event of your choice. Registration information is now available at the front desk. Contacts: Tim Berry and Vaughn Wagoner.