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85 Pleasant Street - PO Box 1555
Conway, New Hampshire 03818
Rev. Jeffrey W. Monroe, Rector
Rev. Mr. Harry E. Wellsman, Deacon
"Come Worship the Lord in the Beauty of Holiness"
Welcome in the name of God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit
We invite you to come worship our Lord every week! Our services are Sunday morning at 10:00 and Thursday at noon. We do a service of healing once a month at the Thursday service. Bible Study follows the service on Sunday morning.
St. Margaret's only preaches the Gospel of Jesus Christ and offers his Holy Sacraments of Baptism and Holy Communion. We also provide Confirmation, Confession and pastoral counseling, Holy Matrimony, mentorship for Holy Orders, anointing of the sick and Christian burial. All baptized Christians who believe in the Real Presence of our Lord in the elements of the Holy Eucharist, and who are prepared to receive His precious Body and Blood, are welcome to receive Holy Communion.
Our parish is blessed with wonderful church facilities that include a beautiful post-and-beam air-conditioned worship space that can accommodate 100 people, a very personal and intimate Chapel that seats 20, a bright and spacious Fellowship Hall ("Chamberlain Hall"), an outdoor Memorial Garden for the internment of ashes and quiet reflective prayer, Sunday School area, and ample parking. The church and Chamberlain Hall are both handicap accessible.
If you would like information about the Sacraments of Baptism or Holy Communion, or are interested in Confirmation, Reconciliation/Confession, Holy Matrimony, Holy Orders, Holy Unction (Anointing of the Sick); or if you have questions about Christian Burial, please contact us. We promise to respond to you as quickly as possible!
Please let us know if you are sick or going in the hospital, if you are in need of counseling, or if you would like Fr. Monroe to visit and/or bless your home. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about the Christian faith or how to develop or improve your relationship with Jesus Christ. We do not pressure people about religion but instead wish to share the love of Christ with all.
* Sunday Worship with Holy Communion is at 10:00 am.
* Thursday worship with Holy Communion is at Noon in the Chapel
* Baptism and Confirmation - Please contact Fr. Monroe for information and instruction.
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LENTEN PROGRAM: During Lent Fr. Monroe is holding an informal discussion group called "Talking About God" on Saturdays from 10:30 to 11:30 am beginning on Feb. 21st and continuring through Easter. The program is about the personal relationshop between man and God. The focus will be on a wide range of topics, including a variety of religious practices, traditions, philosophies, sprituality and the Bible. This program is open to all who are curious about God whether they belong to a church or not.
ST. PATRICK'S DAY DINNER: Saturday, March 14th. Two sittings at 5:00 and 6:00. Many fabulous raffle drawings. Take-out available call 603-539-8292.
STATIONS OF THE CROSS: Every Friday at 5:00 pm during Lent.
HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE:
April 2: Maundy Thursday. 12:00 Mass in Church; 5:00 Mass in Chapel.
April 3: Good Friday. Noon Mass followed by Stations of the Cross, Seven Last Words and Meditations until 3:00 pm. Tenebrae service at 7:00 pm.
April 4: Holy Saturday. 7:00 pm Lighting of the New Fires and The Prophecies.
April 5: Easter Sunday. 10:00 am Easter Mass followed by breakfast prepared and served by the men of the parish.
The Rector will hold a service of Healing with Holy Communion on the first Thursday of every month at noon in the chapel.
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