Announcements

Vacation Church School

When: July 23-25  (Tues – Thur), 8:45 a.m. – Noon Who: Ages 4 year olds – 6th graders* What we need: A headcount! If you would like your children to attend please e-mail Thea or sign up downstairs after church this Sunday. How you can help: Volunteer! We would love volunteers who are willing to direct kids in an hour long activity or craft, but we ALSO would love volunteers who are willing to simply be an additional adult presence and set of helping hands. If you can help on any of the days we have camp please e-mail Thea. *Ages:  […]

FOCUS Backpacks

St. John will once again be participating in the FOCUS Backpack program.  This year we will be filling 48 backpacks to be given to elementary aged students of Snowden School.  This is an excellent way to give alms directly to our own community. The backpacks can be found downstairs in the parish hall.  We are asking those who are able to “sponsor” a backpack – either individually, as a family, or as a group. pick the backpack(s) up from the church, fill with the requested supplies on the list provided return to the church no later than July 31st. We […]

Parish Council Recommendations

We are now accepting recommendations for the parish council.  New members of the council will begin their term in September of this year.  Rotating off the council this year is Melissa White and Dan O’Brien.  Remaining lay members are Ben Shull, Anna Pashchinskaya, and Pauline Koplin. Forms can be found in the breezeway between the main building and the parish hall.

Catechumen/Inquirers Class

The class will next meet on Tuesday, August 6 at 7:00 p.m.  Everyone is welcome to attend!  

Family Fun Nights

Join us for a night of grilling and games on Tuesday, June 18 and Tuesday, July 30.  Grills will be fired up and ready to go at 5:30 p.m.  Burgers and hot dogs will be provided – we do ask each family to contribute a side or dessert to share.  BYOB.

Sacristan Garden

What is the Sacristan Garden?  It is a garden or gardens planted by the sacristan – or, in our case, members of the parish – full of beautiful plants and flowers with Biblical meaning.  St. John is blessed with a group who feels strongly about sharing our Sacristan Garden with others, especially children.  All are welcome to help work in the garden itself, and all are welcome to cut the flowers and bring them into the church.  Contact Sarah Ortwein or Lynda Spinolo with any questions. Sacristan Garden Events August – (Christ-centered) Fairy-tales and Flowers  – During Orthros throughout the […]