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.
Our beautiful contemplative Ash Wednesday service is February 10 at 6:30pm. Come as you are and experience God’s love and community.
Youth Ministry . . . for grades 6 through 12, follows the Simple Gospel, and continues with grand discussion topics and activities for the Spring. Bring your enthusiasm and let’s get going . . . new participants welcome anytime.
The St. John’s Knitting Ministry… meets the first and third Friday of every month in the church office around 1:30pm. Feb. 5 and 19. We knit shawls for friends and members of our congregation who are going through a difficult time, also hats and scarves for the Women’s Daytime Drop-in Center. All are welcome. Come join us for tea, cookies and conversation. If you don’t knit and would like to learn, we would be happy to teach you — or just drop in at any meeting to visit!
Horizon Bible Study . . . meets Thursday, January 18 at 12 noon in the Campbell Reception Room. Bring your lunch, a bible and the Horizon’s Bible Study materials. We always have a lively discussion, and welcome new participants.
Flick Flak Film Group . . . St. John’s longstanding and irrepressible film group will meet on Friday, February 26 at 6:30pm in the Campbell Reception Room. The movies selected are “Brooklyn” (set in the U.S. and Ireland), and “Mustang” (set in part in Turkey). Both films have won awards and nominations and are noted for excellent photography. Come, with your potluck dish and expect a lively discussion, whether you have seen the movies or not! Questions? Call Sally Hussey.
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Family Faith Formation Bible Study
On Feb. 14, March 31, April 24, and May 22, join other parents and caregivers as we explore how to encourage or children’s faith, support each other and grow closer to God. We will meet after worship, at 11:30 am in the Ark Annex. Please bring lunch for your family, Childcare is provided. Contact Amber Jolly
Adult Forums for February
7 “The Intentional Community at the Concord Naval Weapons Station” a presentation by Mark Coplan who will share his remarkable story as a member of the Nuremberg Actions.
Science, Religion, and the Climate Crisis
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? Science, Religion and the Climate Crisis Forum, presented by St. John’s, may be viewed here: http://youtu.be/UbarJmggHVk