Welcome to St. Julian’s Episcopal Church. The Season of Lent is a time of renewal, refreshment, and remembering with Jesus and his disciples. We are to renew our faith in this season as we reflect on those things done as well as those things left undone. We are refreshed knowing that God is with us, and nothing can separate us from his love. We remember that we are dust and to dust we shall return; however, we are beloved dust transfigured and transformed by Jesus’ saving act on the cross. Lent is a time to take up your own cross and follow him in new and intentional ways. Join the community of Saint Julian’s Episcopal Church during your own Lenten journey and renewal of your Christian faith. We hope to see you soon.
Important Dates and Upcoming Services for February and March
Feb. 13 – Pancake Supper – 6pm in Parish Hall
Feb. 14 – Ash Wednesday – Noonday AND 7pm Service
Feb. 21 – Feast of St. Matthias (Transferred) – Noonday Mass
March 6 – Benton House (Hymns and Holy Eucharist) – 3pm
March 21 – St. Joseph’s Feast Day (Transferred) – Noonday Mass
March 25 – Palm Sunday (Beginning of Holy Week)
March 29 – Maundy Thursday – 7:30pm
March 30 – Good Friday – 7:30pm
March 31 – The Great Vigil of Easter – 7:30pm
April 1 – Easter Day
Fr. Brandon’s recent sermons and blog postings can be found here.
The read St. Julian’s 2017 Annual Parish Report click here.
Our Mission Statement:
The mission of Saint Julian’s Episcopal Church is to use the talents and ministry of all its members to proclaim the Gospel; promote justice, peace, and love through our prayers and actions.
Saint Julian’s welcomes all to worship in a supportive community expressing God’s love and transforming lives to serve the world.