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Advent: between now and not yet – reflection and sermon for 12/9/18

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Grace and greetings on the second Sunday of Advent. Today broke mixed – snow and rain, cool and cloudy; quite the change from last week. Even without the sun and energy of the reenactment in the afternoon, today was filled with hope and blessings. Plenty of folks were here to sing and offer prayers as […]

St. John’s e-News for 12/9/18

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Pledge Cards – Pledge cards have been distributed. We will have our in gathering of pledges this Sunday, Dec. 9th. Advent Soup luncheon and Study – We will follow the “Journeying the Way of Love: Advent Curriculum” at our Wednesday lunch sessions. We will meet from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm.The sign-up sheet is posted […]

18th Century Ministry and Worship

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18th century reenactors St. John's

It was a grand day today as we celebrated Evening worship with Chaplain Platek. There was a hearty group of nearly 50 who lifted their voices in prayer and praise. We also heard a rousing sermon from the Chaplain about the events in the society of 1775 that were disturbing for their community. We wonder […]

The days are surely coming… reflection and sermon from 12/2/18

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Happy New (church) Year! Our new liturgical year began today with a bit of bluster and overcast. Yet we were blessed with visitors and a member who was back with us after surgery. Nice to have a well attended service to start our year. We are also getting ready to host some 18th century reenactors […]

St. John’s e-News for 12/2/18

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18th Century Worship Reenactment – We will host a group of 18th century reenactors this Sunday, December 2, at 3:00 pm. They will provide a brief history discussion, celebrate evening prayer according to the 1662 Book of Common Prayer, preach a brief sermon centered on the events of late-November 1775, and host a question and […]