Weekly Dispatch, November 6th, 2019
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St. John's Weekly Dispatch, v. 2

Special Dates to Remember

  • Sunday, 11/10 - Potluck fellowship meal after church
  • Saturday, 11/16 - Clean Crew, 10 am (Bittakers & S. Hollon)
  • Monday, 11/18 - Eagle & Child reading C.S. Lewis' The Abolition of Man
  • Sunday, 11/24 - Prayer Time, 9 am Upstairs
  • Saturday, 12/7 - Ladies Christmas Coffee & Gift Exchange, 10am at the Hollon's

November Birthdays

  • John Hollon, November 3rd
  • Joshua Boquist, November 9th
  • Gabriella Bittaker, November 17th
  • Claire Beer, November 18th
Dear friends in Christ,

Don't forget that we are gathering for a potluck meal this coming Sunday, November 10th. We've circulated a sign-up for our members, so be sure to let Suzanne know if you plan to bring something and have not yet contacted her. She can be reached at suzannehollon@gmail.com. If you are reading this newsletter and plan to visit our church, then please join us, since we would love to share a meal with you and get to know you. Our only agenda is food and fellowship.

We do not have a "For All the Saints" post this week, but be sure to check out Fr. Hollon's essay linked below, which addresses the Bible's teaching on nations and races and on the global nature of Anglicanism. And, of course, you can listen to our most recent sermon by clicking below. We hope you have a blessed week, and we look forward to worshiping together and spending some time in fellowship this coming Sunday.

In the absence of a "For All the Saints" post, let us leave you with a prayer by William Temple, former Archbishop of Canterbury. We commemorate his death today in the Anglican calendar.

Almighty and eternal God, so draw our hearts to you, so guide our minds, so fill our imaginations, so control our wills, that we may be wholly yours, utterly dedicated to you; and then use us, we pray, as you will, and always to your glory and the welfare of your people; through our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Amen.

Grace and Peace,
Fr. Bryan & Fr. Sean

How You Can Pray This Week

If you were not in church on Sunday and would like to see the weekly prayer requests, please send an email to Fr. Sean Ewing at frsean@stjohnsanglican.org.

Pray the Daily Office
Interested in a simple way to pray the daily office from the Book of Common Prayer? Follow this link for text and audio versions of morning, noon, and evening prayer. The site is hosted by our friend, Fr. Michael Jarrett.

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St. John's is a community where ordinary people are changed by the grace and goodness of Jesus Christ to become faithful members of His church and humble servants to a hurting world. We remain grounded in Jesus Christ by centering our life together in His Word & Sacraments. Click on the link below to hear our latest sermon.
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Nations and Races: Some Thoughts on GAFCON 2018

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GAFCON 2018 As I woke up on Tuesday morning and began my coffee ritual (a ritual wherein I sit down and drink coffee), I logged-in to Facebook and was delighted by stories and images from GAFCON 2018. GAFCON stands for Global Anglican Future Conference and is a global family of Anglican provinces (about 70% of the world’s Anglicans) committed to historic …
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