Upcoming Worship: May 3-9, 2021
Resources: Parish Paper, Weekly Psalms & Lesson, and More
New & Noteworthy:
  • May 5 & 19, Plan to Join Us at P.A.C.K. in May
  • May 9, ARDF Special Collection
  • May 13, The Women of St. John's Spring Gathering
  • May 15-16, Confirmation in May
  • May 17, Recognizing Our 2021 Graduates
  • May 23, Strings for Pentecost
  • The Robert Crouse Project
  • 1662 BCP “International Edition”
With the Diocese of Georgia permitting larger numbers in attendance, St. Johns is now making 100 spots available at each Sunday service. Note that masks and social distancing are still in place.
Monday – Friday
8:15 a.m. Morning Prayer (online only)
In addition, Thursday, May 6
5 p.m. Holy Communion, Church (in-person, text RSVP to priest)

Sunday, May 9, 2021: Fifth Sunday after Easter
(Mothers Day)
8 a.m. Holy Communion (in-person by reservation)
9:30 a.m. – Adult & Childrens Sunday School (Online only)

11 a.m. – Family Morning Prayer (Facebook/YouTube and in-person, by reservation only)
The nursery will be available for this service.
12:30 p.m. – Youth Sunday School (Online only)
We had a wonderful turnout for April’s Outreach at P.A.C.K. Plan to join us on May 5 & 19.
We were able to pack a lot of items thanks to our hard-working volunteers at P.A.C.K.
Plan to Join Us at P.A.C.K. in May
Thank you for your support of St. John’s Outreach efforts, packing food for local children at P.A.C.K. April’s youth night at PACK garnered 28 volunteers! We still need more volunteers for our third Wednesdays at P.A.C.K. as we only had a few volunteers during April’s third Wednesday. Please plan to add this month’s dates to your calendar: Wednesdays, May 5 & 19, 4-6 p.m.

As a reminder, youth will be helping us on the first Wednesdays of each month while all parishioners are invited to join us on the third Wednesdays of the month. If you are interested, please call Cathy Baxter at 912-704-5111. We love to see new faces each month!
ARDF Special Collection
Our special collection for The Anglican Relief and Development Fund will be this Sunday, May 9. Please give generously to help strengthen our fellowship in mission with Anglican faith communities in the developing world.
The Women of St. John’s Spring Gathering
The Women of St. John’s will host a spring gathering on Thursday, May 13, beginning at 5:30 p.m. (after the 4:30 p.m. Ascension Thursday service). Everyone is invited to this event as we enjoy fellowship and food in the mall. Please make your registration at
Confirmation on May 15 & 16
Bishop Lambert will administer Confirmation services at 5 p.m.on Saturday, May 15, and at 4 p.m. on Sunday, May 16. For those unable to attend, we will also be livestreaming both services as well. Please share our Facebook and YouTube links with family and friends.

More details about the in-person Confirmation services will follow. Bishop Lambert will also be taking part in the 11 a.m. Sunday morning service, which is open to all.
Recognizing Our 2021 Graduates
Our church would like to recognize all of our 2021 graduates with a video. If you’d like to be included, email with a current photo and include your full name, school, program, diploma or degrees, and memory or your future plans. Submit by Monday, May 17.
Strings for Pentecost
If you’d like to hear strings during our special 11 a.m. service on Sunday, May 23, you may contribute to our strings fund by dropping a check into the collection plate or mailing a check to the church office. Please make your checks out to St. John’s Church with strings in the memo.
The Robert Crouse Project
Parishioners may remember the late Fr. Robert Crouse, an important Anglican theologian, a leader in spiritual renewal in the Anglican tradition, and a mentor to many younger Prayer Book Anglican clergy, who visited St. John’s on numerous occasions before his death in 2011, and conducted several seminars for the Elliott House of Studies at St. John’s. Along with a publication project, Elliott House is seeking to gather notes and recordings of his lectures, which will be digitized and cataloged for easy access online. The budget for this project is estimated at twenty to thirty thousand dollars. Parishioners interested in supporting financially this gathering/digitizing/cataloging project are invited to speak to Fr. Dunbar. Checks may be made out to “Elliott House” with “Crouse project” in the memo line.
1662 Book of Common Prayer “International Edition”
Receive a discount when you pre-order a copy of the classic 1662 Prayer Book “International Edition”. Mail or drop off a check to the church office for $16/each. Make checks out to Prayer Book Society USA with 1662 in the memo.
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