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Lenten services planned for Downtown Charlottetown

Fr. Martin Carter, left, Major Daniel Roode, Rev. Douglas Rollwage, Pastor David DuBois, Pastor Callum Beck, Rev. Greg Davis and The Ven. John Clarke meet on the steps of St. Dunstan’s Basilica as planning continues for a series of Lenten services in Charlottetown’s Prince Street churches.
Fr. Martin Carter, left, Major Daniel Roode, Rev. Douglas Rollwage, Pastor David DuBois, Pastor Callum Beck, Rev. Greg Davis and The Ven. John Clarke meet on the steps of St. Dunstan’s Basilica as planning continues for a series of Lenten services in Charlottetown’s Prince Street churches. - Nigel Armstrong

The Prince Street churches of downtown Charlottetown are planning seven Lenten luncheon services.

The series is entitled “Who Is Jesus? - The Seven Signs from the Gospel of John.” The services will take place on Wednesdays from Feb. 14 to March 28 from 12:10-12:50 p.m.

The condensed services of worship are followed by a lunch. Those people returning to work are encouraged to go to the front of the lunch line.

The special series will conclude with a Holy Week evening service at St. Dunstan’s.

The following is the service schedule and location:

Feb 14: St. Paul’s – Jesus turns water into wine;

Feb 21: First Baptist – Jesus heals the official’s son;

Feb 28: Zion – Jesus heals at Bethesda;

March 7: Trinity – Jesus feeds 5,000;

March 14: Salvation Army – Jesus walks on water;

March 21-Central Christian – Jesus heals the man born blind;

March 28: 7 p.m. - St. Dunstan’s – Jesus raises Lazarus.

There is no cost and those attending are encouraged to bring a friend.

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