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White Fragility Book Study

Join our book study on Saturdays at 4:00 pm on Zoom. For seven Saturdays (except July 4) we will gather on Zoom to study the book, White Fragility, by Robin Diangelo.   All are welcome to this timely study about racism and its relationship to the domination of white institutions in western culture. People of…

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Services

During this time of quarantine for the Coronavirus, St. Athanasius is offering church via zoom.   Please accompany us at 11:00 am on Sundays at  https://zoom.us/j/99338624186   If unable to join by computer, call the one tap mobile number: +16699006833.   Use the meeting ID: 993 3862 4186    You can find the video and bulletin…

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Holy Week Worship Schedule

Palm Sunday 11:00, April 5Palm Procession and Eucharist Maundy Thursday 6:30 PM, April 9Dinner, Footwashing, Eucharist Good Friday 6:30 PM, April 10Stations of the Cross, Veneration of the Cross, Holy Communion Easter Sunday 11:00, April 12 Easter ChoirSpeak with our organist, Evan Griffith, if you want to sing in a pick-up choir with minimal rehearsal…

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TWO PIANOS

Join us on Sunday, March 1st at 4pm for a special piano concert by Dr. Jenny Soonjin Kim and her student Hanna Park.    The concert program includes Charles Tomlinson Griffes’ Roman Sketches, Op. 7 by Hanna Park, Ludwig van Beethoven’s 15 variations and Fugue in E flat Major, Op. 35 “Eroica” by Jenny Soonjin…

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Upcoming Cultural Events

Celebrate Lunar New Year Sunday Jan 26 Come early to church (10:00) to enjoy a traditional Asian Rice Cake Soup prepared and served by Korean members of St. Athanasius, followed by a Eucharist in English & Korean. Candlemas Sunday February 2 9:00 breakfast, prepared and served by Latino members who found Jesus dolls in King’s…

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THE LAST THREE POSADAS

THE LAST THREE POSADAS      DEC 16-24, 7 pm Come for one night or every night to join the community in the church at 7:00 pm   We accompany Mary and Joseph on their journey to Bethlehem in Scripture, song & story. Following the procession we gather for dinner, surprises, piñatas and candies. Click here…

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POSADAS     DEC 16-24,  7 pm 

Come for one night or every night to join the community in the church at 7:00 pm We accompany Mary and Joseph on their journey to Bethlehem in Scripture, song & story. Following the procession we gather for dinner, surprises, piñatas and candies.   Click to download The Gazette (PDF)

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Celebrate the Virgin of Guadalupe

Thursday, December 12 6:30 pm – Aztec Dancers on Plaza 7:30 pm – Bilingual Eucharist with traditional Guadalupan music 8:30 pm – Free Tamale Dinner Join us for this annual celebration that is so important to our Latin sisters and brothers. Enter into the joy! Click to download The Gazette (PDF)

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Thanksgiving Day Meal

Join us this Thursday, Thanksgiving Day, for a traditional Thanksgiving meal. Come to volunteer and/or eat. Volunteers can work any time between 6 am and 5 pm. Eucharist starts at 10 am. The meal is served between 11 am and 3 pm.   Click here to download The Gazette (PDF)

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All Saints Day – November 3

Please join us Sunday, November 3 for our All Saints Day celebration. Bring the names of loved ones who have died this past year so we can name them as present during the Prayers of the People. Christian holidays are times when the faithful “make present” the greatness of God’s goodness and love in our…

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