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Being present where we are – reflection and sermon from 10/13/19

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We pray you are well as fall settles down in Southside. We have been blessed with nice weather and some much-needed rain around Suffolk; not a lot but enough to turn the yard green. It’s hard to believe we’re almost at the middle of October and are about 10 weeks from the end of the […]

St. John’s e-News for 10/16/19

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City-wide Thanksgiving Service – Save the date! There will be a city-wide Thanksgiving Service on Tuesday, November 19 at 7:00 pm, at East End Baptist Church. Bishop Clarence Russell, pastor at St. Paul’s Baptist Church, will be the speaker for the evening. The service will have a massed choir to support the worship service. Details […]

How did we get here? – reflection and sermon from 10/6/19

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Blessings on the observation of the Feast Day of St. Francis. Sadly, today we didn’t have a visit from Dante – his humans were indisposed. But that’s okay, because we still celebrated God’s creation. It’s not comparable but we did rewelcome our family with a lovely young girl who is more active now than 4 […]

St. John’s e-News for 10/6/19

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City-wide Thanksgiving Service – Save the date! There will be a city-wide Thanksgiving Service on Tuesday, November 19 at 7:00 pm, at East End Baptist Church. Bishop Clarence Russell, pastor at St. Paul’s Baptist Church, will be the speaker for the evening. The service will help us give thanks for what we have. Blessing of […]

Change leads to renewal by God – reflection and sermon from 9/29/19

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Greetings from the revenge of Summer in Chuckatuck. October is just around the corner and it feels (and looks) like July outside. Haze, humidity, and general YUCK! But we celebrated in worship today none the less. It was a blessing to share space at God’s table and to fellowship over a lunch, pasta casserole, bread, […]