Our Sunday service are at 8 am for a Rite I service of Holy Eucharist, we live-stream this service on Facebook
and a 10 am service of Holy Eucharist, for July we are inside and are closely monitoring any risk threat with plans to move outside under the tent should there be any questions or concerns that move us there.
We also have a Wednesday service of Morning Prayer at 11 am in the sanctuary.
We continue our Wednesday Book Study, and are back to in person gatherings. Morning Prayer is in the Sanctuary at 11 am and then we share lunch together, it is a bring you own affair. Then book study is from noon until 1 pm
Our current book is To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee.
We have recently been made aware of a great need in the community through our contact with One Less Worry and its director, Sharon Hobson. The need is for feminine hygiene products for women and girls who are in crisis or who cannot afford to buy them. One Less Worry distributes these products to schools, care centers, food pantries, shelters, safe havens, etc. Starting in April and going through May we are asking the people of St. Johns to make weekly donations of feminine products OR monetary contributions (cks: St Johns with One Less Worry in memo). Please place items in the bin at the entrance to the kitchen, monetary contributions in envelops provided. Thank you! The two most needed items are thin menstrual pads and regular tampons. Please direct any questions you might have to any member of the Outreach Committee. Let’s continue our wonderful generosity to those in our community who are in need! Thank you!
We are collecting funds to help aid the refugees from the war in Ukrain, checks and donations can be made to the church, with a memo or note that it is for Ukranian Aid. Flag pins have graciously been made by Emily Jenks and are available by the Baptismal font, simply add a donation for the cause. Thank you.
We will have our annual Plant Sale on Saturday, May 21st.
We will have a service to celebrate the life of WIlliam "Bill" Goodwill at the church at 11 am on Tuesday, May 17th.
We will have a service to celebrate the lives of Beury and Elle SImons on Saturday, May 28th at 2 pm.
On Memorial Day, May 30 at 5 pm at the Watt Hall in Thomaston there will be a concert of Downeast Singers performing Johannes Brahms: A German Requiem
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