Welcome to the Lawrencefield Parish Church. Peace be with you from God our Father and from the Lord Jesus Christ! We are located on a beautiful hilltop outside Wheeling, West Virginia, on Table Rock Lane about midway between GC&P Road and Cherry Hill Lane. The building is completely handicap-accessible, and hearing-enhancement is available. We are part of the Episcopal Diocese of West Virginia, The Rt. Rev. W. Michie Klusmeyer, D.D., Bishop.
January 6 marks the Feast of the Epiphany, commemorating the journey of the three wise men from the East, guided by a star, to Bethlehem to worship the infant Messiah. The story is told in the Gospel of Matthew, Chapter 2, verses 1-15. Epiphany falls at the conclusion of the Twelve Days of Christmas.
Updates on the Lawrencefield Angel Tree and the Lenten Study Series, which begins on February 25.
Art has the power to move the soul. Thus the experience of art can be profoundly spiritual experience regardless of the subject matter. This guided art tour includes paintings and sculpture from the permanent collection at the Carnegie Institute of Art in Pittsburgh, asking the question, “What constitutes religious art?’ As we enter Advent, the incarnational nature of art is of particular interest.
A review of topics discussed at the December 21 Vestry meetings.