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February 9, 2021

Online Lenten Series: "Nevertheless the Kingdom has come near to you."

This five-week, online series will explore how God has been moving and blessing us through the last year. From 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., each Wednesday evening during Lent, join a different presenter from throughout the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas for their reflection on the 2021 diocesan scripture theme: "Nevertheless the Kingdom has come near to you" (Luke 10:11). Each week will also include opportunities for breakout discussion with other members of your church and a Questions & Answer section.

How God has moved and blessed us...
  • "Through Slowing Down," led by the Rev. Dr. Jane Patterson, Associate Professor of New Testament and Director of Community Care at Seminary of the Southwest (February 24)
  • "In Mission Through New Technology," led by the Rev. Beth Wyndham, Diocesan Church Planter, St. Nicholas Episcopal Church, Spring Branch (March 3)
  • "To Be Neighbors in a New Way," led by Flor Saldivar, Coordinator for Immigration and Refugee Ministries, Episcopal Diocese of West Texas (March 10)
  • "To Be a Beacon to Others," led by the Rt. Rev. David Reed, Bishop of West Texas (March 17)
  • "To See What is Truly Important," led by the Ven. Mike Besson, Archdeacon of the Diocese of West Texas (March 24)

Registration will not be required; contact the Rev. Eric Holloway, rector of St. Margaret's Episcopal Church in San Antonio and series organizer, at, for links to join.

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