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Buy Tickets for the J2A Auction Today!

Tickets are on sale now for the most fun night of the year at St. John’s! Join the J2A pilgrims and their families on Saturday, March 2nd, for a Costa Rican-inspired evening of cocktails, dinner, and the J2A’s popular Silent and Live Auctions. All proceeds directly support this year’s young adult pilgrimage to Costa Rica. […]

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Outreach Sundays 2018

The Outreach Committee thanks the parish for its generous contributions on Outreach Sundays in 2018. The following charities received the amounts shown: January:  Seabury Resources for Aging  $568 February:  Bethesda Help  $867.86 March:  Episcopal Relief and Development  $922 April:  Housing Up  $449 May:  United Thank Offering  $1702 June:  Samaritan Ministry of Greater Washington  $732 July:  […]

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Join Our Annual Men’s and Women’s Spring Retreats

Join the men and women of St. John’s for their annual spring retreats. These weekend retreats offer excellent opportunities to build and deepen relationships with other parishioners, get away from the craziness of life, and dig in to spiritual growth.   The Men’s Retreat will be held February 1-3 at the Shrine Mont Retreat Center […]

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Christmas at St. John’s

Christmas is a sacred time as we celebrate the birth of Christ and look forward to his second coming. We hope you will join us for one or more of these especially joyous services: Christmas Eve, Monday, December 24th: 4:45 pm   Christmas Carol Sing-a-long 5:00 pm   Nativity Pageant and Eucharist   7:30 pm […]

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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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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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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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