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ARE YOU TRAVELING MUCH THIS SUMMER?
Travel size toiletries are needed for homeless clients.
St. John’s Soup kitchen provides the best homemade meal in the city. St. John’s and St. Benedict’s Health and Healing Ministry pass out travel size toiletries if the clients need them. Last Soup Kitchen Sunday, Deacon Jan gave away 72 items.
You may donate your small toiletries to St. John’s and SBHHM and we will see that the clients receive them at Soup Kitchen.
There will be a bag in the rotunda to collect items. Items needed are: toothpaste, toothbrushes, soap, shampoo, conditioner, hand lotion, lip balms and small deodorants for men and women.
Thanks so much, Deacon Jan
Save the Date!
Enneagram Workshop with The Reverend Michelle Danson
October 9th and 16th
7 pm - 9 pm @ St. John’s
Growing Our Faith
Coming Fall 2019
Level 1 (ages 3-6), Level 2 (ages 6-9),
Level 3 (4th & 5th grade)
This year, we are excited to offer a blend of lessons from Weaving God's Promises and Liturgical lessons based on the weekly Gospel readings. Plus bluegrass music with Lisa Astrella both in the classroom and in Children's Chapel!
*The Registration Form for all programming can be found here.
This includes Nursery, School age Programming, Eagle's Nest and Youth Group. Please return to the office.
NOW IT’S MUCH EASIER TO GIVE TO ST. JOHN’S BY SIMPLY BUYING GROCERIES!!
King Soopers has changed its method of donating to charities such as St. John’s and those changes make it almost automatic! All you have to do is 1.) link your loyalty card—your “SooperCard,” the same one that you use to get the “with card” sale prices—to St. John’s, and 2.) use that card, as you probably already do when you shop. King Soopers does the rest!
To link your SooperCard to St. John’s click HERE.