Categories: Parish News

Mary’s “Yes”

Mary is one of the central characters in the Christmas story. It was Mary’s “yes” that led her to become one of the most important figures of faith known to us. Mary is the only woman named in the Koran, making her not only a central figure in Christianity, but also in Islam. She was […]

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Categories: Rector's Corner

And A Little Child Will Lead Them

The wolf shall live with the lamb, the leopard shall lie down with the kid, the calf and the lion and the fatling together, and a little child shall lead them. Isaiah 11:6 It was a child that changed the course of this world forever. It was a little baby – born in a stable […]

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Categories: Parish News

An Ambulance for Christmas!

For 15 years, since 2003, St. Luke’s Hospital in Nablus, West Bank has provided emergency transport for medical care in the five governates of Northern Palestine – Nablus, Tubas, Salfit, Qalyquiiya and Tulkarem. St Luke’s, an outreach ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem, is recognized as providing the highest standard of medical care in […]

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Categories: Parish News

Understanding the Muslim Experience in Our Area

Join us for our Adult Forum this Sunday at 10:00 am in the Parish Hall as we dive into another difficult issue: Islamophobia. Please join us this Sunday for a conversation between Sari and Imam Tarif Shraim to learn about the normalization and impact of the current anti-Muslim narrative in our local community – among […]

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Categories: Parish News

Enhanced Hospitality Hour in Review

On Sunday, November 11, the Serving Seniors Ministry hosted an Enhanced Hospitality Hour in the Lounge directly following the 11:15 am service. Finger food and pastries were enjoyed. Thanks to the many parishioners who attended.  The Enhanced Hospitality Hour events serve to foster more consistent fellowship throughout the year among all St. John’s parishioners. The […]

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