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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 […]

18th Century Worship Reenactment

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Colonial Chaplain, brick church

St. John’s is hosting a group of 18th Century Reenactors on Sunday December 2 at 3:00 pm at St. John’s. The principal reenactor is Mr. Tim Platek, who portrays a Chaplain/Minister. Evening prayer will be held in the Anglican style using extracts from the 1662 Book of Common Prayer.  The reenactors will share some history before […]

Christ is for us forever – reflection and sermon for 11/25/18

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Blessings to you on the Sunday after Thanksgiving and (liturgically) the last day of the year. We had a bright but nice day today as we celebrated the Reign of Christ Sunday and closed the book on “Year B” of the three-year lectionary cycle. It was nice to be back in worship today after a […]

St. John’s e-News for 11/25/18

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Bishop Search Listening Sessions – The Nominating/Search Committee invite all Laity and Clergy to come to one of our Convocation Listening Sessions. A summary from the responses to the questionnaire will be shared and we will be asking for your input. The sessions will help us to complete a vibrant and living profile of our […]