The sermon is uploaded, check for Sermons to the right. Also check Father’s Blog for more, http://fatherjimprudhomme.com/?p=222 .
Kalendar for the week:
Tuesday Bible Study 6:30 pm at Peet’s, Hamilton Market Place in Novato
Thursday Morning Prayer 10 am at the Church
Sunday Mass 10 am at the Church
The New Year has brought some wonder with it. We have three resident artists at St Mark’s. The three have given us beauty. Showing forth the gifts God has given them, during the time when we celebrate Christ’s showing forth, has been a delight for the whole body..
We have a gorgeous, new addition to our social area. Thanks to one of our resident artists, Mrs. Vicky Divine, who has more on display in the Gallery located at 4th and D Streets, San Rafael. She is on the web at: http://vickydivine.blogspot.com/
The landscape added much interest Sunday. We hope our artist is feeling better. She missed all the wonderful comments and appreciations. Thanks, Vicky!
Another resident artist, Mrs. Susan Prudhomme, just finished the final editing on her first two novel to be published. They should be available within the next couple of weeks. The Forest and The Wisdom of Ambrose are a fun read, with a spiritual depth that is a trademark of the author. She will soon submit the sequel to The Forest that is now called The Desert.
Another resident artist, Mrs. Marion Blau, has just finished a stained glass work that she is donating to the Diocese of the Western States upcoming Synod in May. Marion has created many stained glass pieces that tell stories that we all know. Mr. Toad was one of Fr. Jim’s favorites, but it was hard to choose. We hope to see more from our artist in the future.
We are in the process of applying new paint to the outside of our Church building, many thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Divine, who are graciously spearheading the project. Many thanks to all those who have given feedback on the color scheme. The Divine family is involved in this project. There will be opportunities soon for the rest of the parish to join in.
If you have not visited St Mark’s in a while, make plans to see the above works. Fr. Jim will save you a seat.