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Shroud of Turin Lecture

Shroud of Turin Lecture

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The Shroud of Turin is arguably the most important artifact of Christianity, or indeed all religions. Without the resurrection, Christianity would not be what it is or has been for two thousand years. Of all the miracles performed by Jesus, the most important one, His resurrection, was not witnessed first-hand by anyone. With the Shroud being the primary burial cloth, it holds amazing details of His crucifixion as well as his resurrection.
Please join us for a deep dive into the compelling history and scientific inquiry of the Holy Shroud of Turin on Sunday evening, February 11, 2018. We are honored to hear from a noted Shroud scholar, Dr. Cheryl H. White, as she explains the history and most recent findings of the Shroud. We will have two separate lectures, first on the history and then on the scientific inquiries, separated by a break which will include time for discussion along with light food and refreshments.
See you there for an inspiring update!

Advent Craft Fair and Bake Sale

Saturday, December 2nd
11 AM – 4 PM
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church (Anglican)
2024 South Collins Street, Arlington, 76010

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A portion of the proceeds will support our strongest outreach – St. Mark’s Soup Kitchen.

Need those homemade cookies, candy or cakes for those upcoming parties?

Need that special gift for that certain hard to buy someone?

Find some beautiful handiwork, sewing, woodwork, metalwork, glasswork, books crafted by local parishioners.

Want to participate? Send $25 to the Soup Kitchen and a $50.00 space fee and keep the remainder from the sale or your proceeds.

We will provide a table (one additional table will be provided if requested in advance) and chair(s) set up to sell your baked goods, sewing, woodwork, metalwork, glasswork, books you wrote, etc.

All non-edible items will get approval for sale from our Priest, Father Terry Jordan.

Reservations for your booth must be paid in advance by November 29th. Remit to address above, attention: Margaret Hearn.

Please invite your friends and neighbors to shop and support us, no parking or entry fees.  To register your booth, complete the form included or if you have questions, leave a message for Margaret Hearn at 817-277-6871.

Date: ___________________________________________

Name of Crafter/Baker:  ______________________________

Payment type:  ______________________________________

Your best contact phone number: _______________________

Your email address: __________________________________

What are you selling: ________________________________

Need 1 table   Need 2 tables (circle one)

Need electricity: Yes or No

Questions? Call Margaret Hearn at 817-277-6871.

Thanksgiving Eve Service

Thanksgiving Eve MassEnter into the Thanksgiving Holiday with a thankful heart!  St. Mark’s Arlington will have a Thanksgiving Eve Mass on November 22 at 6pm to allow everyone to come to the Lord and thank Him for all the blessings he has given to us! Come with your family and friends and give thanks to God.

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church (Anglican)
2024 S. Collins St. in Arlington
Wednesday, Nov. 22 – 6 PM