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St. John’s e-News for Apr. 29, 2018

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CAPS Presentation and Dessert – On Tuesday, May 15th at 6:30 pm, CAPS is having a special event at Westminster Reformed Presbyterian Church. Dr. Antipas Harris will speak on the role of churches in addressing poverty. There will be dessert and coffee. RSVP by May 7th to 757-202-6084 (call or text) or info@capsuffolk.org.   Pentecost […]

St. John’s e-News for April 22, 2018

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Wesley Chapel Pork Tenderloin Sale – We are having our annual Pork Tenderloin & Bake Sale, April 21, 2018. There are a limited number of tickets so get your prepaid ticket today before we sell out. The cost is $10 per tenderloin. The proceeds this year go to support CAPS (Coalition Against Poverty in Suffolk) […]

On being a child of God – reflection and sermon from Apr. 15, 2018

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Happy Ides of April and Tax Day to all. We pray you are well and on your way to relieving the tax burden with a remembrance of God’s grace. Bright and sunny on the third Sunday of Easter that is becoming windy and overcast. Yet, we know and remember God’s presence every time we gather […]

St. John’s e-News for Apr. 15, 2018

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Junto Women’s Group Game Day – There will be a served luncheon in the Parish Hall on Friday the 13th at 12 noon. The Junto Woman’s Club has prepared a delicious luncheon of chicken salad, congealed salad, marinated vegetables, hot rolls, dessert, coffee and tea for $12. Where can you get a home-made lunch (no […]

The Church this Side of Easter – reflection and sermon for Apr. 8, 2018

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Happy “spring” on the Second Sunday of Easter. Even with the confusion of “this fragile earth, our island home” and the weather over the past weeks today dawned bright and brisk. Although today was “Low Sunday” or “Doubting Thomas Sunday” we had a joyous celebration of the day and many in church to help us […]