Latest News – March 22

Make Easter Gifts for Others in Saguache Today

Spring is in the air and thoughts turn to greener pastures and warmer weather! Easter is less han a month away! So if you’re looking to do for others during this holiest time of year, then consider joing the basket and card-making fun happening this weekend.

You can help make these beautiful baskets this Saturday at Pitken Avenue Baptist Church to be delivered to the elderly and disabled next month for Easter Sunday, April 16!

On Saturday, March 18, the public is invited to the Pitkin Avenue Baptist Church to make festive Easter baskets and cards! These handmade goodies will be delivered to elderly, disabled and neighbors in Saguache for Easter.

There will be food and fun! See you at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Mar. 18! The groups will meet in Fellowship Hall at the Pitkin Avenue Baptist Church located at 610 7th Street. The church offers services on Sundays: Bible Study 9:30 a.m., Worship service at 11 a.m. For more information contact Pastor Mark Swinney at 719-655-0201.

Lent is Underway With Church Services, Programs

The Lenten Season is underway for Christians around the world, including those living in Saguache Today. Here is some church news.

St. Agnes Mission Church in Saguache.

The San Juan Catholic Community, which includes St. Agnes Mission Church in Saguache is a very unique community consisting of three Main Churches; St. Joseph in Monte Vista, Holy Name of Mary in Del Norte, and St. Francis Jerome in Center. In addition to the three main churches there are six smaller Mission Churches; Immaculate Conception in Creede, Holy Family in South Fork and St. Agnes in Saguache. These churches have regular weekend masses.

Three other small Mission Churches are used once or twice a year for feast days only but do hold enormous historical and sentimental attachment to people from the surrounding areas; St. Francis of Assisi in Plaza de Los Valdeses, San Jose in Agua Ramon and St. John the Baptist in La Garita.

The entire area is currently served by two Diocesan Priests of the Diocese of Pueblo; Fr. Derrek Scott, Pastor & Administrator & Fr. Andres Ayala, Parochial Vicar. The San Juan Catholic Community is a great example of a clustered community working together in Christ.spacer

 

There is a weekly program available for children and youth of all ages on Wednesday nights at the Pitkin Avenue Baptist Church beginning at 4:30 p.m. The evening starts with a light supper, followed by three different age groups.

The groups meet Wednesdays in Fellowship Hall at the Pitkin Avenue Baptist Church located at 610 7th Street. The church offers services on Sundays: Bible Study 9:30 a.m., Worship service at 11 a.m. For more information contact Pastor Mark Swinney at 719-655-0201.

 

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