Join us for worship each Sunday morning at 10:00. Reflecting the unique community in which God has placed us, we are a multi-generational gathering of believers, who seek to know and love God as we pursue God’s vision of peace and justice in our community and the world. We welcome your participation in worship, ministries, programs and mission.
Camp Elmwood is Coming to Town . . .
An Urban Adventure for Campers Ages 5-13, Monday through Friday August 3-7, from 9am to 1:30pm
THEME: The Pursuit of Happiness: What is happiness? Where does happiness come from? Is happiness made or is happiness a gift? How can we contribute to other people’s happiness and how can we help the world to be a happier place? We will share experiences and ideas through improv, drama, art, music, and stories of compassionate people.
Now accepting applications . . .
Camp Elmwood Application (pdf version)
Camp Elmwood Teen Leadership Application (pdf version)
More information may be found here . . . http://www.stjohnsberkeley.org/sundayworship/youthministry/campelmwood
The St. John’s Knitting Ministry will meet Friday, June 3 and June 19 at 1:30 p.m. to 4p.m. in the Church office. Come join us for tea, cookies and conversation for a while. We would also be happy to teach you to knit– and we have extra yarn if you need something for starting a project.
Women at the Well first met on October 30, 1999. Since then, we have met faithfully on the last Saturday of every month. Through the years we have shared our lives — although, sadly, many moved on or died. The group’s remnant decided at their scheduled May meeting that that would be their final get-together. We hope to find much fulfillment in St. John’s other gatherings, staying connected and engaged in each others’ well being.
Catch up on the latest news.
The Literature Club will meet on Thursday, September 24, at 2:30 p.m. in the Ark Annex. The book to be discussed is “Still Alice” by Lisa Genova. All are welcome.
Science, Religion, and the Climate Crisis
— Forum presented by St. John’s
Science and religion need not clash; what keeps some from signing on to be part of the solution? What are the roots of their resistance?