St Margaret

"Come Worship the Lord in the Beauty of Holiness"

  Photos from Easter 2014  

The Bread of Life

The Bread of Life

So that you can have eternal life!

 The Cup of Salvation

The Cup of Salvation

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The Chapel at St. Margarets

Our Chapel

Come Worship With Us!

Come Worship With Us!

The Main Altar at Christmas

Our Church

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Memorial Garden

Memorial Garden

St Margaret

St. Margaret of Scotland
In her position as queen, all Margaret's great influence was thrown into the cause of religion and piety. A synod was held, and among the special reforms instituted the most important were the regulation of the Lenten fast, observance of the Easter communion, and the removal of certain abuses concerning marriage within the prohibited degrees. Her private life was given up to constant prayer and practices of piety. She founded several churches, including the Abbey of Dunfermline, built to enshrine her greatest treasure, a relic of the true Cross. Her book of the Gospels, richly adorned with jewels, which one day dropped into a river and was according to legend miraculously recovered, is now in the Bodleian library at Oxford.

Deacon Harry Wellsman

Deacon Harry Wellsman

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St Margaret's at Night

Come Home!

 
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The Altar at Easter

The Altar at Easter

The Cross through the leaves

The Parish House and Church

Parish House and Church

Fr. Monroe and Deacon Wellsman conduct our first Meadow Mass August 2012 at the home of one of our parishioners.
Fr. Monroe and Deacon Harry Wellsman conduct an outside serviceoutside
Fr. Monroe and Deacon Harry Wellsman   Fr. Monroe and two of St. Margaret's original parishioners,
Connie Smith and Evelyn Simonds at our St. Patrick's Day Dinner
2011
Father MOnroe and Deacon Wellsmanf
 

Dinner

 

 

Fellowship

American Legion/Veterans Sunday  
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American Legion/Veterans Sunday American Legion/Veterans Sunday