St. Johns

St. Johns

Obedience and Results

The fifth chapter of Luke’s gospel recounts Jesus teaching a large crowd on the shore of a lake as he sits in Simon Peter’s fishing boat. After he finishes addressing the crowd Jesus tells Simon […]

Parish Picnic & Daniel Strandlund Send-Off – Sunday, June 18th at noon

The rain delay for the parish picnic meant that we could re-schedule the event to coincide with Daniel’s big send-off.  We’ll celbrate all he’s meant to the church, BUT also stick him in a dunking […]

The Best is Yet to Come

  Nostalgia may well be part of original sin. Looking to the past instead of the future can make it nearly impossible for us to know God’s presence in our lives or to live into […]

Youth Sunday-May 14th-Special Breakfast

Sunday, May 14th will be youth Sunday.  On that day we honor all the youth of the church by letting them fulfill many of the Sunday morning roles.  They will serve as acolytes, LEMs, vestry. […]

I am the Gate

Think about your church – God’s church, what draws you here, what keeps you here, and what you would like to see here. Jesus talks about being the Good Shepherd. We are used to hearing […]

The End of All Things

“The end of all things is at hand; therefore be self-controlled and sober-minded for the sake of your prayers. Above all, keep loving one another earnestly, since love covers a multitude of sins.” (1 Peter […]

Your Faith Has Made You Well

On a few occasions, as Jesus heals, he tells people their faith has made them well. A woman with a hemorrhage for twelve years touches the fringe of his garment and is healed. Bartimaeus, who […]

Confirmation Sunday May 7th at 5pm

Yes, you read that right!  Confirmation this year will be at 5pm on Sunday May 7th.  Why??  Kee Sloan is the only Bishop serving the diocese right now & he can only be in so […]

Be Content

Colossians 3:18-4:1, a controversial passage in our modern times, invites people of various circumstances to be content in their current situations. Wives, husbands, children, parents, even slaves, should accept their situations and approach their tasks […]

Withered Fig Tree

What does a withered fig tree represent to you? On Monday, during the last week of his life, Jesus passes by a fig tree which has no fruit on it and says, “May  no one […]

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