January 21: St Agnes Day

St. Agnes of Rome was a young woman who died for her faith in about the year 304 CE. She is often depicted with a lamb because ‘Agnes’ sounds like the Latin word ‘agnus’ which means lamb. This year our celebration of our patron saint will be low key compared with previous years. We will have muffins and fruit following the 10:15 am service. Please join us!

 

Painting by Alessandro Varotari