, Salem, MA

March 1, 2014

North Shore religion calendar

The Salem News

---- — Saturday, March 1

Yard Sale, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Our Lady of Fatima Church, 50 Walsh Ave., Peabody. Home furnishings, clothing and more. Portugese food items available. 978-532-0272.

Sunday, March 2

Choral Evensong, 5 p.m., Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church, 188 Elliott St., Danvers. The choir of Christ the Redeemer will sing the classic, candlelit Anglican service of evening prayer with incense and with music by Herbert Brewer, Everett Titcomb and Toby Wardman. Child care available; a reception will follow.

Pancake Supper, 5:30 p.m., Fellowship Hall, Holy Trinity United Methodist Church, 16 Sylvan St., Danvers. No charge for the supper; donations will be accepted. Activities and spiritual reflections about the Lenten season will follow. Handicapped-accessible. For information call Lisa Smith in the church office at 978-777-7408.

“TRANSFORMED,” 6 to 7:30 p.m., First Presbyterian Church, 179 County Road, Ipswich. The North Shore Christian Men’s Choir presents an evening of musical celebration and stories. Event features music from the North Shore Men’s Choir and various choirs from the First Presbyterian Church, and personal stories of transformation from former gang members and rivals who now serve as youth workers with Straight Ahead Ministries to reach other youth at risk. Free.

Tuesday, March 4

Mardi Gras Dinner on Shrove Tuesday, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., St. Andrew’s Church Marblehead, 135 Lafayette St., Marblehead. Serving jambalaya, rice and beans, and king’s cake. A children’s festival and parade are planned during the evening. For information call 781-631-4951.

Sunday, March 9

“Honor Diaries” Screening, 7 p.m., Congregation Shirat Hayam, 55 Atlantic Ave., Swampscott. In honor of International Women’s Day, the Lappin Foundation and the Jewish Journal join more than 30 organizations to present a free screening of the award-winning documentary “Honor Diaries,” the first film to break the silence on “honor violence” against women and girls. Free. RSVP to Susan Feinstein at 978-740-4431 or Walk-ins welcome.

Tuesday, March 11

“Who Filled the Pews in St. Michael’s Church: 1714-1750?”, 7:30 p.m., Michael’s Episcopal Church Parish Hall, 26 Pleasant St., Marblehead. The second program of St. Michael’s tercentenary lecture series features author Robert Booth, who will discuss the Anglican people that filled the pews at St. Michael’s from 1714 to 1750; why they chose to be part of the poorest and smallest congregation in town; and how they fit into an evolving Marblehead. Free.,