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We invite you to join in our Lenten program, which we share with many fellow disciples throughout the Episcopal Church: Signs of Life
Click the tab above to the right titled "Rector's Messages" to view messages written by Rev. Kelly Sundberg Seaman.
Join the journey as we worship God, grow in faith, and love our neighbors. How can we help? Click here for information about pastoral care, baptism, weddings, and emergencies.
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The Rev. Kelly Sundberg Seaman and the Rev. Deacon Maryan Davis are the clergy who together serve the Church of the Holy Spirit and our partner church, St. Mark's, Ashland.
Please join us for worship, Sundays & Thursdays.
Yes, we're part of that Episcopal Church!
Did Bishop Michael Curry catch your attention during the Royal Wedding in 2018, or in the media recently? We're proud that he's our presiding bishop...and his message about the liberating and life-giving love of God is the same one you'll encounter in the company of the Episcopal Church here in the Pemi-Baker Valley. With St. Mark's, Ashland, we welcome you to the Episcopal Branch of the Jesus Movement. Come and see!
Regular weekend worship schedule:
Sunday, 8 a.m. in Plymouth: A quiet Communion service in Griswold Hall, 263 Highland Street, Plymouth, NH
Sunday, 9:30 a.m. in Ashland: Holy Eucharist with music and Sunday School, at St. Mark's, 18 Highland Street, Ashland, NH
Midweek worship: 11 a.m. on Thursdays in Ashland. A quiet, spoken service, with healing prayers, and usually with Communion. Click here for the schedule of prayer services during the week. (The Tuesday service in Plymouth has ended.)
Coming Up Soon...
All-parish, all-age Mardi Gras Pancake Supper and Faith@Home Homecoming: Tuesday, February 25, Sherrill Hall, Ashland.
Ash Wednesday: 2/26: Communion Service & Imposition of Ashes @ 11 am, St. Mark's Ashland, followed by a community soup lunch at Sherrill Hall, noon.
Imposition of Ashes, with prayers, at times and locations in downtown Plymouth and at PSU:
Ash Wednesday Services, February 26, 2020:
8:30-10 a.m.: “Ashes to Go”: stop by as you can for a brief prayer and ashes. Church Office: 11 Main St, Plymouth
11 a.m.: Holy Eucharist with imposition of ashes: St Mark’s, 18 Highland St, Ashland, followed (at 11:45) by a Community Soup Luncheon, all welcome
1:30-5 p.m.: “Ashes to Go” offered at the HUB (student union) on the campus of PSU, by PSU campus ministry
Ashland Community Breakfast: Breakfasts return in the spring.
2019 Annual report: Coming soon. Annual meeting: Sunday, February 23.
SCAM ALERT: Please be aware that at least one Holy Spirit & St. Mark's parishioner has been sent an email falsely claiming to be a "request for a personal favor" from Rev. Kelly. IT IS NOT FROM HER. The scammer asks for help in purchasing a gift card to support a person in need. Our clergy do offer this ministry, but it is always directly through our Vicar and Deacon Discretionary Funds. If you receive this email, or one like it, please let us know.
Click here to view our 2018 Annual Report, updated as of January 25, 2019.
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