The annual celebration of our Senior Seniors will be held on Sunday, February 12, immediately following the 10:15 a.m. service. We invite ALL the congregation to attend coffee hour that day, but most especially our 80+ year old’s. We are grateful for your ministry with us!
On Sunday, February 5, at the 10:15 a.m. service, we will recognize the contributions of young people and adults to Scouting. Members of Troop 3 and Pack 3 will join us in worship and at a special coffee hour. The boys and leaders are eager to share with you what is happening in scouting these Read More
More and more Christians of a variety of church traditions are discovering the riches of praying the Daily Offices of Morning and Evening Prayer. Of course, Episcopalians have prayed the Offices for centuries. Father Richard passes on this link to some helpful reflections on this treasure of our faith. [Click Here]
Stitch and Chatter will meet on Friday, January 20 from 9:30 a.m. to about 1:30 p.m. in St. David’s Hall. Bring your lunch and come prepared to fellowship. We will continue our work on dresses for girls in Africa. For those who have knitting or other projects going on, you are invited to bring those. We’ll make pots of Read More
You are invited to attend the Annual Meeting after the 10:15 a.m. service on Sunday, January 22, 2017. Don’t miss this opportunity to be up to date on the status of church programs and finances. We will elect vestry members and delegates to diocesan convention. Fr. Richard will give his annual report on the parish. The Read More
As you recall, the young saints in Children’s Chapel took the message of the Advent Conspiracy to heart, particularly focusing on the giving to others, in preparation for this past Christmas. The children decided that they wanted to raise money to help provide other children with clean drinking water. Thanks to our generous congregation, together Read More
Troop 3, supported by St John’s, harvests nandina berries as a fundraiser. We can help scouts in one of two ways. 1.) They will come harvest your nandina berries. Call Dunri Breedon at 519-2614, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. 2.) You can harvest them yourself and drop them off. Just cut the clusters of berries off the plants Read More