Thursday, July 15, 2021

 

St. John's Mission Statement

St. John's is a Christian community that intentionally gathers 
to experience God's love through Episcopal worship, education, fellowship, and ministry to the wider community.


WORSHIP
The Eighth Sunday after Pentecost
July 18, 2021 

Please join us for our celebration of Holy Eucharist at 9:00 am in the church. 
  • Our services do not require masks or social distancing, unless you have not be vaccinated.   
  • There is a section in the chapel where those who want to be masked and social distanced can safely do so and still be part of the service. 
  • We are now serving coffee after the service.  
Come, pray, sing, receive holy Communion, and return to the fellowship. St. John's is rising like the Phoenix from the ashes of the pandemic!


Collect for the Eighth Sunday after Pentecost

Almighty God, the fountain of all wisdom, 
you know our necessities before we ask and our ignorance in asking: Have compassion on our weakness, and mercifully give us 
those things which for our unworthiness we dare not, 
and for our blindness we cannot ask; 
through the worthiness of your Son Jesus Christ our Lord, 
who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, 
one God, now and for ever. Amen.


Readings for Sunday

2 Samuel 7:1-14a
Psalm 89:20-29
Ephesians 2:11-22
Mark 6:30-34, 53-56

Worship Booklet for the Eighth Sunday after Pentecost

If you are not able to attend, please join our livestream service:
Facebook Link for Services: Saint John's Episcopal Church

Farewell, Rev. Cathey Dowdle
 
As you may already know, Rev. Cathey Dowdle will be leaving 
St. John's on Sunday July 18, 2020.
 
Cathey has served St. John's for the past several years. She has been the leader of Daughters of the King and also our Wednesday Morning Prayer/Bible Study and has been one of our clergy on Sundays.

Please join us Sunday, July 18 when we will honor and recognize Cathey for all that she has done for St. John's. Following the service, a reception will be held in Nale Hall and the courtyard.

 
Reflection on Mark 6:30-34, 53-56

In the gospel passage this Sunday, the disciples gathered 
around Jesus and reported on the preaching and teaching they had done in the past days. They were very excited and pleased. However, they also were tired and hungry. They had been surrounded by people for days. Jesus said to them, "Come away to a deserted place all by yourselves and rest a while."
 
They all got into a boat and Jesus took them off to a deserted place. The disciples believed that they would have some peace and quiet. They also thought they would have time to talk with Jesus about their experiences.
 
However, the people saw Jesus and the disciples leaving and they hurried after them to the place where Jesus was going. As they went ashore, he saw a great crowd; and he had compassion for them.
 
Jesus recognized that the people were like "sheep without a shepherd." They were hungry and yearned to hear Jesus teach and preach. They needed the spiritual nourishment that only Jesus could give them. Jesus recognized their deep need and longing and sat down and began teaching. And as he went out, he touched all who were in need of healing
 
We, too, need to take time to rest and rejuvenate. At these times, it may be helpful to ask ourselves: For what am I hungry? For what am I yearning?
Also, as disciples of Jesus, we are called to be like Jesus. Do we recognize this hunger and thirst in others or do we stay focused on ourselves?
 
We are called to nurture and heal the people in our lives, especially the lost, the forgotten, or the unseen. How can we bring the presence of Christ to others in our midst? Who would appreciate 5-10 minutes of our time today? It doesn't have to be intense conversation, but perhaps a few words of compassion. It often is a great gift to notice another. What a simple and wondrous gift to give and to receive!
 
Postponed: Celebration of Life for Margaret Trader
 
The Celebration of Life for Margaret "Peggy" Trader has been postponed.

Peggy's great-grandson, Johnathan, was a student at St. John's School from 2010 to 2017.

Please keep Peggy's family in your prayers.

Cards of Sympathy and Care may be sent to:
The Family of Peggy Trader
67 Millan Court
Chula Vista, CA 91910

Are you willing to Serve?  You are needed.
 
Acolyte
We are in need of acolytes to serve during our Eucharistic Liturgies. Acolytes (altar servers) function as a cross bearer, candle torch bearers, and servers who help prepare the altar for the celebration of Eucharist.

Child Care
Do know a young person (15 yo and up) who would volunteer to provide child care during our Sunday Eucharistic Liturgy.  Community Service Hours are available to meet the school board requirement for graduation.

If you are willing to serve or know someone who is, please talk to Rev. Roger after Mass, or call or email the office (619-422-4141/ maria@saint-johns.org / revroger@saint-johns.org)

Altar Flowers

The Altar Flowers are given by Michael and Marcia Morris
in celebration of their anniversary.

Our Altar Flower donations chart for 2021 is available in the narthex.  If you would like to donate altar flowers in memory of a loved one or in honor of a special occasion please sign up on the chart, or contact Maria at 619-422-4141 or maria@saint-johns.org

The suggested donation for altar flowers is $40.00.

The following dates are available:

August 15 and 22 
October 3, 10, and 31

FELLOWSHIP
The Men of Saint John's Social Gathering

Did You Know . . .  we have over 50 men that belong to 
the congregation at Saint John's.
The MOSJ discussed and have planned a
MEN'S SOCIAL HOUR (appetizers and beverages) to be held on July 19th at 6 P.M. at St. John's.
 
 
An anonymous donor also will provide the means for one ticket to be given to all men in attendance for an opportunity drawing.
That's right...monetary incentive to come and have free appetizers and liquid libations.
The donor, who shall remain nameless, will also provide a few funny white elephant items for the drawing.
The cash incentive will be a Benjamin Franklin, yes ...$100.00.  This should be a fun get together that you do not want to miss.
Our goal, is of course, to have some fun but also to increase the number of active members.
Expect to see an email invitation for you to come and join in the fun.
If you miss the email invitation for whatever reason, consider this message in the newsletter to be your invitation.
 
Tim Attaway     President
Phil Bajo           Vice President
Robert Dunn     Secretary
Tom Brzeczek   Treasurer
 
Goodbye, Lee and Paula
 
Lee and Paula Maule would like to inform their friends at St. John's that they will be moving to Texas in the near future. 
We wish them well in their new home.

The Lord bless you and keep you;
The Lord make His face shine upon you,
And be gracious to you;
The Lord lift up His countenance upon you,
And give you peace.

Hospitality
 
Please join us for hospitality after the Sunday morning worship service. 
If you would like to host a Sunday, you may sign up on the poster in Nale Hall or by calling or emailing Maria at 619-422-4141 or maria@saint-johns.org

Refreshments should be individually portioned or wrapped, or served by a server who is the only one touching the serving implements.

Current Available Dates:

August 1
August 22
August 29
September 5
September 12
September 19

Centennial Celebration
 
2022 will be our Centennial Year!
Our Centennial Liturgy will be on September 18, 2022.
 
In 1922, we were founded as a mission of St. James Episcopal Church and two years later chose the name
St. John's.
 
We need to start planning for our celebration!
In planning our celebration, we will need your help on the following committees:
  • Communications and Publicity
  • Gala and Fundraiser
  • Liturgy
  • History and Archives 
Perhaps you know some of our history: identify "founding families" along with names of descendants baptized at St. John's; locate artifacts for an exhibit; and create short oral/video interviews of long-time parishioners.
 
Would you be interested in helping with any of these committees?
Do you have ideas of how we can celebrate this important milestone?
Please contact Maria Love in the parish office by calling 1-619-422-4141 or emailing maria@saint-johns.org

MINISTRY OF PRAYER
Wednesday Morning Prayer and Bible Study
 
Join us for Wednesday Morning Prayer and Bible Study
on Wednesdays at 9:30 am as a Zoom meeting. 

Please contact Rev. Roger ( revroger@saint-johns.org)
to be included in the Zoom meeting.

The Morning Prayer guide can be found here:
 
Parish Prayer Lists

Birthday and Anniversary Prayers

We would like to acknowledge and pray for anyone celebrating a birthday and/or anniversary in the coming week.  Please let us know by Thursday of the prior week so that we can get it in the Sunday liturgy.  If you have a picture of you that we could post for your birthday and/or a wedding photo or current photo for those celebrating an anniversary, please email it to us - it would be great to allow everyone to see you.

Our Parish Prayer Intentions
 
Today and every day include some time for prayer, for yourself,
for your church family, and for those in need.  

For our Military
 
Matt, Drew, Cody, Cameron, Chariti, Mark, Sean, Jonathan, TK, Christopher, 
Timothy, Jeremy, David, Jonathan, Nick, Jamal, Matt, Daniel, Jocelyn, Devon, Taylor, Jorge, Katherine, Sebastian, Richie and Roberto.

Almighty God, we commend to your gracious care and keeping 
all the men and women of our armed forces at home and abroad. Defend them day by day with your heavenly grace; 
strengthen them in their trials and temptations; 
give them courage to face the perils which beset them; 
and grant them a sense of your abiding presence 
wherever they may be; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

For Strength in Time of Need

Scott, Steve, Gary & Shirley, Ann, Carl, Marguerite, Diane, Debbie, Barbara, Evan and the McClure family, Liz, Theresa, Don, and Liz and the Dewar family.

O God of heavenly powers, 
by the might of your command you drive away from our bodies 
all sickness and all infirmity: 
Be present in your goodness with your servants, 
that their weakness may be banished and their strength restored; 
and that, their health being renewed, they may bless your holy Name; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Cycle of Prayers for the Church

In the Diocesan Cycle of Prayer, we pray for the clergy and people of
St. Bartholomew's in Poway.

In the Anglican Cycle of Prayer, we pray for Eglise Anglicane du Rwanda.

In the Military Cycle of Prayer, we pray for the Marines and Sailors of 11th, 13th and 15th Marine Expeditionary Units.

Prayer Quilts
 
The leaders of the Prayer Quilt Ministry would like to remind 
you that there are many quilts available for anyone in need 
of prayer and support.  This important ministry brings comfort and healing to many people who are suffering with illness. 
Please contact Diane Gustafson directly (diangus15@aol.com)
or through the office (maria@saint-johns.org). 

OUTREACH & EVANGELIZATION 
Back-to-School 
Backpack Collection
 
The Outreach Committee of St. John's is coordinating a backpack 
collection for the children of the ECS Head Start Program.
There will be 164 children beginning Head Start on Monday, August 16th.
 
We will begin collecting backpacks and school supplies for the children.

Ö        Purchase backpacks and/or supplies and drop them off at the church
      or the parish office.
Ö        Or you can make a donation to St. John's (Head Start Backpack in the        memo line), drop it in the Offertory Collection or at the parish office          and we will purchase the items.
 
We will fill the empty backpacks on Saturday, August 7th in Nale Hall at 10 am.
The backpacks will be blessed during our Liturgy on Sunday, August 8th.
The filled backpacks will be delivered to ECS Head Start during that week.
 
What is needed:
  • Preschool Sized Backpack (approx. 11-12 inches)
  • Jumbo / Large Crayons
  • Jumbo / Large Pencils
  • Pencil Sharpener (for jumbo pencil)
  • Pad of Wide-lined Paper
  • Pad of Construction Paper
  • Preschool Activity Book
  • A,B,C's or 1,2,3's or Colors or Shapes Flashcards
  • Stickers
  • Round-tipped Scissors
  • Glue Stick
Please pick up a flyer in the Narthex.

ECS Head Start Program at St. John's
 
ECS Head Start provides high quality early childhood and family education programs at no cost to eligible families and their children, ages 0-5.

We welcome:
  • Low Income Families
  • Children With Special Needs
  • Foster/Kinship Families
  • Families Experiencing Homelessness
  • SSI or TANF Recipients
In-Person Services
In-person preschool services provided in daily sanitized classroom environments located throughout the South Bay San Diego area.

Distance Learning Option
Tablet provided for live instruction with our preschool teachers via Zoom, Face Time, or video call.

Meals Provided
Healthy balanced meals and snacks that promote wellness and development provided for your child.
 
APPLY NOW FOR THE FALL (invite your family and friends)
ECS Head Start
(619) 422-1642
Lic #: 376600897
 
St. John's in Pride Walk 2021
 
This past Sunday, 6 of us met with other parishes of the diocese at St. Paul's Cathedral. All were dressed festively, with various banners and signs. Our group from St. John's all wore T-shirts with the new St. John's logo and carried the new St. John's Banner!
We are so thankful that Judy McKay was able to sew the new banner onto an appropriate backing. She spent many hours over the previous few days preparing the banner so it would be ready Sunday morning.  Thank you Judy! 
We met up with a larger group in Balboa Park before starting the walk in Bankers Hill, 1-1/2 miles over to the large Pride flag in Hillcrest. There were 1000's of marchers. Many people commented on our new shirts and the banner, and several asked which church we were from and where we are located! Several people thanked us for participating and supporting LGBTQ people. We had a lot of fun and even got some healthy exercise along the way!

Thanks to Tom, Heather, Scott, Cliff, Rev. Roger, and Jeff who participated in the walk!

 


Outreach Collections

St. John's Outreach Committee meets monthly to discuss our parish Outreach activities.
We will continue our ongoing collections for:
  • Blankets - Coordinated by Denise Czer and Sarah Tolley                               There is a great need for blankets
  • Pill Bottles - Coordinated by Sally Elliott   
         
    A financial donation for postage would be appreciated 
  • Eyeglasses - Coordinated by Norma Dunn
  • Greeting Cards - Coordinated by Norma Dunn
  • Emergency Food Pantry - Coordinated by Maria and Joe Love
Items may be brought to Nale Hall on Sundays when we gather for worship.  You may also bring your items to church during our weekday office hours, Monday through Thursday from 9am to 3pm.  Ring the doorbell, and you will be buzzed in to leave your items outside Nale Hall.
If you do not feel comfortable driving, please contact the parish office, and we will find a volunteer to pick up the items from your home.

Please click on the following link or visit the St. John's website (www.saint-johns.org) for more information on our Outreach Ministries:

 
Veteran/Military Friendly Congregation
 
St. John's is registered with the Military Chaplains Association as a Veteran/Military Friendly Congregation. With this designation, military chaplains can direct military members and veterans to us for their spiritual needs.

Ministry to active military members, veterans, and their
families is an important outreach ministry.  This outreach ministry offers us a way to tell the Good News to our many neighbors in the military and to give the opportunities for us to use their spiritual gifts while they are with us.

Rachel and Roberto Johnson, with the support of our Outreach Committee, are helping to lead this ministry opportunity.
 
PASTORAL CARE
We Are Here For You!
 
As the pandemic restrictions loosen and we carefully gather in person at St. John's, we would like to remind you that we are here for you!  
  
If you, a family member, neighbor or a friend are interested in celebrating a significant event in your spiritual life, please know that you are welcome.
 
We would be honored to be a part of your Baptism, Holy Communion, Marriage, Renewal of Vows, Quinceañera, Anointing of the sick or Eucharistic visit.  
 
At St. John's, no matter who you are or where you are on your spiritual journey - you are welcome here

We Are Available in Your Time of Need

If you have a pastoral emergency when the parish offices are closed, 
please call 619-301-0724 or email revroger@saint-johns.org

STEWARDSHIP AND ADMINISTRATION
The Vestry

David Dennehy, Senior Warden
619-840-9994 
Lynn Young, Junior Warden
208-695-7735
Bill Cheney, Treasurer
Terry Farrelly, Assistant Treasurer
Diane Gustafson, Clerk
Pamela Brittain
Tom Brzeczek
Ray Contreras
Jane Ferguson
Alejandra Valdez-Beer

Upcoming Events at St. John's

Celebration of Life
for Margaret "Peggy" Trader


 


Postponed

Farewell Reception
for Rev. Cathey


10:00 am


Sunday, July 18

Men of St. John's Meet and Greet
at St. John's


 6:00 pm


Monday, July 19


Parish Office Hours and Contacts

As our staff are now fully vaccinated, we are permitted to open our parish office.

Masking and social distance should be maintained when visitors are present.

The Parish Office will be open 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, Monday through Thursday.  
Please call the parish office if you have any questions or concerns 
(619-422-4141).

Rev. Roger's Office Hours
 
Rev. Roger will be working half-days in the office on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday; and all day Wednesday and Friday.  He will be available by appointment.  Please call the office (619-422-4141) to schedule an appointment.

In case of a pastoral emergency, Rev. Roger may be reached on his cell phone at 619-301-0724.

Beware of Scam Emails & Phishing Attempts
 
If you receive a suspicious email from an address that seems to be Rev. Roger or another parishioner asking for a favor, it may be a phishing attempt. Scam emails mimic addresses we are familiar with and are very often full of grammatical errors.

Rev. Roger will never email you asking for funds or financial support by way of gift cards. If you receive an email that seems suspicious, do not open it or respond to it.  Delete it immediately. 
 
Phishing is a cyber attack that uses disguised email as a weapon. The goal is to trick the email recipient into believing that the message is something they want or need - a request from their bank, for instance, or a note from someone in their company - and to click a link or download an attachment.
 

Your weekly newsletter highlights important events at St. John's Episcopal Church.  You can also find news about St. John's at www.saint-johns.org.

We welcome your feedback, photos, and news items. Contact Maria Love at 619-422-4141 or maria@saint-johns.org.

Please submit your announcements by Tuesday of each week for inclusion in the Enews.

AROUND THE DIOCESE
In Memoriam: The Rev. Canon Barnabas Hunt
 
The Reverend Canon Barnabas Hunt, SSP died in his residence
in San Diego CA on June 26, 2021, from complications of heart conditions and late stage kidney disease. Father Hunt was 84 years of age at the time of his death.

San Diego Bishop Susan Brown Snook said, "I am saddened by the passing of our beloved brother in Christ, Barnabas Hunt. He was a transformative figure in so many arenas of life, from his ministry in nursing homes to his work in Jerusalem to his deeply appreciated contributions to so many aspects of our diocese's life. He was a compassionate and gracious man, quiet in demeanor, and deeply committed to the work of bringing healing, wellness, and love to this world. He will be greatly missed."

Father Hunt was born in Sayer, Pennsylvania, the son of Elmer Hunt and Francis Hunt. He was predeceased by his older brother, Donald. He is survived by his younger brother Ronald J. Hunt and his sister-in-law Jan Hunt, who lives in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

After he graduated from Penn State University, Father Hunt taught Business at a high school in New York State before realizing a sense of vocation in a religious order founded by the Reverend Canon Renee Bozart in Gresham, Oregon. He became a Novice of the Society of St. Paul in July 1961.

Father Hunt joined the order in July 1961 and has been a full member ever since. Barnabas was life professed on July 1, 1963. He became a licensed nursing home administrator shortly afterwards. At one time Barnabas was President of the Foundation Board of the American College of Health Care Administrators nationwide.

During his life in the Society of Saint Paul, Barnabas was a lay brother from 1961 until his ordination to the priesthood in 1984. The order is dedicated to works of mercy, charity, and evangelism.

He made a trip to Middle East 1967 to discover the similar needs of Mar Luca hospital in Nablus, Jordan. This began a lifelong love of the Middle East and the health needs of the Palestinian and other residents of that region.

The Society of Saint Paul moved to San Diego in 2001 and became a volunteer ministry at Saint Paul's Cathedral. Father Hunt was made an honorary Canon at St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral in the year 2000, where he served in a variety of ministries.

He and another member of the order, the Reverend Canon Andrew Rank SSP, joined the order of Saint John of Jerusalem, an International Organization serving worldwide. It is most famous for an eye hospital in Jerusalem, and caring for people regardless of their race, religion or ability to pay.

He was made a knight last April 2020 by her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth II.
Locally Canon Barnabas Hunt helped revive Casa Vida Joven de Mexico in Tijuana and served as Chairman of the fundraising here in the United States. As rector of the Society of St Paul he served in the order of Uptown Community Services as part of the St. Luke's projects in San Diego.

One of his favorite stories was about St. Francis. One day the Saint asked one of his novices to go with him preaching. They walked the village streets all day but said nothing. At the end of the day the novice asked Francis, "When are we going to start preaching?" Francis replied," My brother, we have been preaching Christ all day." That was the type of person Barnabas was: a man of few words but significant action.

The Fourth Bishop of San Diego, The Rt. Rev. James Mathes, said, "Like so many, my heart is heavy as I grieve the passing of our brother, Barnabas Hunt. We were richly blessed by his quiet, calm, loving and completely present manner. He was simply a holy man. Faithful to his vows as a monk and priest, he lived a Christ-centered life that was a powerful witness. I feel so fortunate to have been his friend and to have had his companionship in ministry. I will dearly miss him. May he Rest in Peace."

In addition to his brother and sister, Father Hunt is survived by his brother in the Society of St. Paul, The Reverend Canon Andrew Rank.
A memorial service will be held for Father Hunt at St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral on Friday, August 20 at 11:00 a.m.

Rest eternal grant to him, O Lord, and let light perpetual shine upon him.

Vacation Bible School 2021
 
Vacation Bible School is a time to grow in Jesus' love. 
Beginning July 11 for five weeks, each Sunday at 3 pm, a new 20-30 minute episode will premiere on YouTube to watch as a family or with your church family. Featuring leaders from across our diocesan family we'll use Treasured from Group Publishing as a springboard to explore Jesus' love through stories, songs, scripture, and more.

The VBS team is excited to continue to unwrap God's future together and look forward to an exciting summer of learning about Jesus' love for us.

Diocesan Vacation Bible School Week 1
Diocesan Vacation Bible School Week 1













Needle-pointers Needed 
for Cathedral Kneeler Project
 
Would you like to have your needlepoint artwork in St. Paul's 
Cathedral? This project involves the creation of kneelers for every seat in the Cathedral and we need artists to contribute their work. Kits expected to be available by the end of summer. If interested, please email Ric Todd at  ricart2204@yahoo.com.

Good News Festival

On December 3 - 4, 2021, the Episcopal Diocese of 
San Diego will welcome Presiding Bishop Michael Curry to Southern California for a celebration of good news. With interactive outreach projects, workshops, live discussion panels, youth offerings, and an evening of celebration at the beautiful Town and Country Resort, this is the perfect time to get away and enjoy some good news.

Who's your "One?" Inviting friends, family, and neighbors to the Good News Festival is an important part of making this event a true celebration of good news. Join us in committing to invite your "One," one person you know who needs to hear the good news of Jesus. You can find materials to help invite "your one" to the Good News Festival on the website. The flyers are available for download, but printed materials will also be provided to churches for broad distribution.

Join us in prayer for the Good News Festival. 
Loving God, Author of life, in You we live and move and have our being. We ask that you revive us again in your mighty Spirit as we prepare our hearts for The Good News Festival. Inspire us to reach out to those who do not know you, and welcome them with open arms, without judgement, so that all may embrace your Good News, answer your call, and dance together with joy. We ask this in Jesus' name. Amen

The Town and Country Resort in San Diego is the venue for the Good News Festival.  The resort recently completed a multimillion-dollar transformation,  making it the perfect place to celebrate some good news. Discounted room rates are available when you book through www.thegoodnewsfestival.com.
 
Resources for Emotional Support

The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is changing life for all of us. You may feel anxious, stressed, worried, sad, bored, depressed, lonely or frustrated in these circumstances.

EDSD Statement of Commitment
 
As part of the Jesus Movement and the Episcopal Diocese of San Diego, we pledge to love our neighbors and protect the most vulnerable among us, remembering our baptismal vows to "strive for justice and peace among all people, and respect the dignity of every human being." We live these pledges out by actively engaging in dismantling racism. For many of us, this will mean learning more about our racial identity, listening to those who have experienced racial prejudice, speaking out against racism, and showing up alongside those in our community working to change unjust systems in our society. We also live out this pledge at worship during this pandemic, by wearing face-coverings, respecting distancing guidelines, foregoing the common cup and refraining from congregational singing.
 
Episcopal Relief and Development
What Would Love Do: 1000 Days of Love

Love calls us to care for our neighbors and for our enemies. Love calls us to attend to those in prison, to those who are homeless, to those in poverty, to children, immigrants and refugees.

What would love do? To you, who so generously support the transformative work of Episcopal Relief & Development, love calls you to continue to sow seeds of lasting change

Visit Episcopal Relief and Development: One Thousand Days of Love to see how you can help.

 
Reporting Misconduct
 
As part of our ongoing commitment to creating a safe haven for everyone, our diocese trains people in the prevention of misconduct and encourages all to report misconduct. All reported incidences are taken seriously and investigated thoroughly and confidentially. If you believe you have experienced misconduct of any kind, please contact Mr. John Seitman, (jseitman@pacbell.net), 858-793-4555 or Ms. Equilla Luke, (aequilla@icloud.com), 760-583-0485.

Safeguarding God's People
 
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