Posts tagged with ‘St. John’s Episcopal Church’

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Reflecting God’s light – reflection and sermon from 1/20/19

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Blessings on the day where most of the country is either under an Arctic blast or preparing for an Arctic blast. Not really fitting for where we are as a Parish but not really a stretch for the season – it just seems like we can’t quite get ahead of the clutches of winter. Yet, […]

St. John’s e-News for 1/20/19

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Community Martin Luther King Jr. Worship – There will be a community-wide worship service in memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. this coming Monday, January 21, beginning at 10:00 am. The service is being held at Metropolitan Baptist Church, 125 County Street, near the City offices. The keynote speaker will be the Rev. Dr. […]

We are God’s beloved – reflection and sermon from 1/13/19

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Happy Sunday as winter rolls back across the United States. While no appreciable snow here in Southern Virginia it has been cold and dreary most of the day. The hearty showed up to help celebrate the Baptism of Jesus and renew our baptismal vows. In reality, it helps us remain connected to the family of […]

St. John’s e-News for Jan. 13, 2019

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Vestry Wardens and Officers – Please congratulate the 2019 wardens who were elected at Vestry on Tuesday: Jim as Senior Warden and David as Junior Warden. Please thank George for returning as Register and Susan for continuing to serve as Treasurer. Parish Meeting and Winter Potluck – Thank you to all who attended worship and […]

Epiphany opens us to the promise – reflection and sermon from 1/6/19

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Happy New Year! It finally is the first Sunday of our new calendar year and, as always, the day was filled with promise. And a God-incidence (a “coincidence” created by God) with this Sunday being the Feast of the Epiphany. On the one hand, today was a day to wrap up our Christmas celebration and […]