Grace to you and Peace!

OUR NEXT SERVICES 

Sunday, August 19, 2018 @ 10 am -  The Thirteenth Sunday After Pentecost 

ALL ARE WELCOME!

This will be a special summer service which we refer to as "Mass In The Grass"

It will start at 10 AM and will be held at Sibley Park Shelter #3 A Potluck will follow.  Please join us.  Everyone welcome.

 


 SCHEDULE THROUGH AUGUST 2018:

Holy Eucharist: 9:30 a.m. each Sunday 

Nursery Care: Available on Sundays during service upon request. Please speak with a greeter.

OMG (Our Mighty God) Youth Group (older youth): will start back up in Fall 2018

Children's Chapel / Sunday School (younger children): will start back up in Fall 2018

Adult / All Ages Forum: TBA

Choir Rehearsal: Generally -  8:30am, 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month, followed by leading worship on those same Sundays -watch the calendar for specifics

Click here for the Anglican Cycle of Prayer

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Throughout our lives, we seek some kind of meaning. We try to instill purpose in what we do which helps us to transcend the ordinary and seek the extraordinary. In our journey, we seek the companionship of others who share the same values, dreams, and hopes that make for a better community and world.

The people of St. John's Parish are not all alike. We recognize and value the unique quality of each other as beloved children of a gracious God who desires that we share the Good News of Christ's love. In our prayer, work and spiritual growth we experience the profound mystery of faith which draws us closer to the One who makes all things new.

We invite you to join us as we travel this path together. Your presence blesses and enriches our lives. Together we can bring meaning to a broken and hurt world.

For questions and other matters, our office hours are Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Our phone number is 507.388.1969.

News and announcements are published in the Weekly Evangelist; read the most recent issue. 

We especially invite you to join us for worship on Sundays at 9:30 am.


Also enjoy this article from the Mankato Free Press about Jacob Soppa and Dana Wagner, two current residents of the Mankato Connections Ministry Rotating Shelter. St. John's was a participant and host of the Rotating Shelter this past fall/winter. 


 message about Beloved Community from our Bishop Brian Prior