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8:30 am Rite I Traditional Eucharist

9:15 Coffee Hour & Sunday School

9:20 Adult Forum

10:00 am Rite II with Children's Chapel and Music


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Soda Tab Collection

is back at St. John's benefiting the Ronald McDonald House. Look for a collection bin for tabs in the Narthex. More information on the program here. See Tracey with questions.

Upcoming Events @ St. John's:

See Sunday's Lectionary here.

Youth Group

Sunday, 1/22 @ 4-5:45 PM

Thursday Morning Café

Thursday, 1/26 @ 10 AM


Healing Eucharist

Thursday, 1/26 @ 11:30 AM

Annual Meeting

Sunday, 2/5 @ 9:20 AM

Men's Breakfast

Saturday, 2/11 @ 8:30 AM

Kick the Winter Blues Karaoke

Saturday, 2/11 @ 5-7 PM

"The Good Book Club"

Ruth & Esther

For our journey through scripture this Epiphany, the Good Book Club will explore Ruth and Esther, books that explore the faithfulness and courage of two remarkable women.

Sunday, Jan. 22 and 29 will look at Esther.


Meeting at 9:20 in the Battin Room and on Zoom (meeting ID: 955 049 2211 code: 1702).


To prepare: read chapters 1-5 of the Book of Esther and watch the video above.

Seeking & Growing

Why does St. John's have an "Annual Meeting?"


The governance structure of The Episcopal Church was born out of the same struggle of our Founding Fathers and Mothers who fought the Revolutionary War. Prior to the fight for Independence, parishes in the Colonies had little say over who their priest would be or how their church was run: all decisions were made by the Bishop of London. Following the war, the same guiding principles of the patriots were brought into the creation of The Episcopal Church, namely local representation and voice in how the local parish and diocese functioned.


At each Annual Meeting, parishioners vote for a slate of candidates to serve on the Vestry (parish council). This year, all five members who are running for our Vestry are incumbents: Bill Calhoun, Jacqui Dunn, Mary Pat Lynam, John Pachkowski, and Tracey Payne.


Bill Calhoun

Jacqui Dunn

Mary Pat Lynam

Mary Pat Lynam

John Pachkowski

Tracey Payne

Save the Date: Annual Meeting

Sunday, February 5 at 9:20


All members of Saint John's are invited and encouraged to attend.

**Committee reports for the Annual Report are due to Jen Troutman by January 25 - NOTE the new deadline.**

Kick the Winter Blues

Karaoke Night

Saturday, Feb 11 from 5-7pm

Warbel away your winter blues by belting out your favorite songs! An evening of entertainment, karaoke-style, where you can be the lead singer or sit in the audience as you enjoy those willing to take the mike. All ages welcome! This is a BYO and potluck event. RSVP here.

Not Your Grandmother's

Altar Guild

Sunday, Feb 12 at 11:30

Join us for a Lunch & Learn to explore what, exactly, an "altar guild" does to care for our church and prepare our space for worship. Hint: no white gloves needed! RSVP to the office by phone/email.

Questions? Ask Tracey Payne

2023 Altar Flower Sponsors



Placing flowers by the altar on Sunday mornings is a wonderful way to celebrate and remember the life of a loved one or of an important event.

Click here to learn more.


Serving

Holocausts Remembrance Worship


Friday, January 27 at 7 PM at Church of the Good Shepherd, Rosemont, we will pray for God’s forgiveness in a spirit of repentance, admitting our own tendency to turn a blind eye to injustice among us. More info and registration here.

Flip Board Lenten Workshop


Saturday, Feb. 25, 10am - 2pm @ St. Francis-in-the-Fields Episcopal Church in Malvern. Start your journey through Lent exploring the Spirit’s movement in your life with the power of images, led by Donna Dellaria, LPC. This class is best enjoyed by individuals with little to no artistic talent! A $25 fee covers supplies and lunch. Ages 15+ welcome. Call 610-647-0130 or text Donna Dellaria at 484-401-1260 with any questions or to register. More info here.

Community Resources

Cold weather is coming and some of us are more vulnerable than others. Click here for MANY local resources in Delaware County to help us manage the winter months.

St. John's Episcopal Church

576 Concord Rd.

Glen Mills, PA 19342

610-459-2994

saintjohnsconcord.com

The Rev. Jill LaRoche Wikel, Rector

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