Led by the Holy Spirit, St. John's mission is to inspire people
to grow into the heart and mind of Christ by engaging together
in worshiping, serving, and spiritual formation.

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 Annual MeetingPlease join us on Sunday, January 27th for St. John's Annual Meeting, in the parish hall immediately following the conclusion of the 9:30 am service. At our meeting, we will elect three new vestry members, recognize staff, receive a copy of the staff and clergy annual report, and hear a presentation on our 2019 budget from our Treasurer. This is also the time for interested persons to put their names forward to serve as a delegate to the diocesan convention. All parish members are encouraged to attend and you are asked to bring something for a potluck lunch.

 

Families of St. John's: Please Join us!   In order to make it easier for the families of St. John's to attend our Annual Meeting on Sunday, January 27th, we are providing childcare for children ages 5-10 as well as a pizza lunch during the meeting time. Children ages 0-4 will be in the Nursery.  Please RSVP by January 24th to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if your children will be joining us. Meeting is expected last about 1.5 hours


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 The Sounds of Christmas at St. John's!

Audio recordings of selections from our Christmas Services can be found on our audio page.


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Join Us for Evensong Evensong

Contemplative Evensong meets every Wednesday evening at 6:00 p.m. from September through May. Participants are welcome to join the cantor in the beautiful, meditative chant. Includes short periods of silent prayer. Please contact the office at 303-442-5246 for more information.


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If you buy these cards, load more money onto them at the store of your choice (Safeway or King Soopers), use them to pay for your groceries, St John's earns a 5% reward!

Bear in mind that nearly 500 households call St John's their spiritual home. Obviously the benefit to our church could be substantial, so we'd like for all parishioners to participate. For more information contact Janice Moore, Jim Podolak, or Caryl Stalick.


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Bring your donations to the Whittier Pantry and put them in the bin outside the room.  The Pantry will serve about 30 families this school year, (average size 5 members), once a month. Below is an average of what we dispense per month. We appreciate all donations! If you write a check, put “Whittier Pantry” in the memo.

Toothpaste, adult, and children 50 tubes
Toothbrushes 50
Shampoo, adult and baby 30 bottles, 12 baby
Hair Conditioner 25 bottles
Bar Soap (no Irish Spring) 50 bars
Body Lotion 30 bottles
Toilet paper 140 rolls
Kleenex 30 boxes
Deodorant, male and female 50 tubes
Feminine pads (Always Thin preferred) 250-300 Pads
Diapers, Sizes 4 & 5 for children still at home 120-140 Diapers

Deacon Jan (303-775-6796),  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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See a real time graph of St. John's Energy usage.

 

The solar project for St. John's will now have its own section on the St. John's web site at www.stjohnsboulder.org/solar .  This page has been updated with extensive information on the solar project, including a very interesting time-lapsed video showing the construction project, as well as a link to a set of static images.   Watch this space and visit the page often for project updates.


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