Posts from March 2020

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Can these bones live? Reflection and sermon for 3/29/2020

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Greetings from a foggy Sunday in Chuckatuck. There was thick fog over the Nansemond River on the trip in this morning – I couldn’t see the house in the middle of the river from the top of the bridge. But it is bright and sunny on the church grounds. There’s a beautiful sight out the […]

St. John’s e-News for 3/29/2020

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Suspension of Church Activities – The suspension of activities has been extended until late-April or early-May at the earliest. Please join us for worship on Sunday mornings which are lived streamed on our YouTube page (St John’s Chuckatuck) and available on our Facebook page too. Other worship streaming links are listed below. We also offer […]

Walking toward Truth – reflection on the history of St. John’s

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In 2020, St. John’s participated in a panel discussion in support of the Walking toward Truth pilgrimage in the Diocese of Southern Virginia. This pilgrimage was part of the 1619 Project – commemorating the 400th anniversary of the arrival of enslaved people in the colonies at Point Comfort Virginia. As part of the pilgrimage and panel […]

Consequences are not punishment – reflection and sermon from 3/22/2020

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Greetings from a very quiet (even more quiet than normal) Chuckatuck. It has been a while since anyone has dropped by the church to walk around and today was the second Sunday running morning prayer live stream. The first-world problems of technology – something that many of us are trying to control in this tumultuous […]

St. John’s e-News for 3/22/2020

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Suspension of Church Activities – Last Thursday afternoon, our Bishop, the Rt. Rev. Susan Haynes, notified all churches in Southern Virginia that all church activities will be suspended until at least March 25. This means there are no meetings or Church sponsored gatherings until the suspension is lifted. Please join us for worship on Sunday […]