What is the Liturgical Calendar?
Wednesday, March 6 • 11:00 am
The Liturgical Calendar consists of a cycle of liturgical seasons and is used by the Methodist Church, the Roman Catholic Church, the Episcopal Church, the Anglican Church, the Reformed Church, the Lutheran Church, and other liturgical churches. It begins the first Sunday of Advent and presents the birth, life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, followed by the work of His Church. O.A.S.I.S. is offering a brief overview of the Liturgical Calendar, presented by the Rev. Lee Borden, on Wednesday, March 6 (Ash Wednesday) at 11:00, immediately after the O.A.S.I.S. “Reflections on the Lectionary Readings.” Come and learn more about the calendar and how it can be used to better appreciate the life and work of our Lord, as well as the “ordinary time,” in the works of His people. We will look at certain “holy days” and what they commemorate, various practices such as Lent, and the liturgical colors used for the different seasons. Everyone is welcome.