Weekly Dispatch, January 15th, 2020
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St. John's Weekly Dispatch, v. 2

Special Dates to Remember

  • Friday, 1/17 - Parents Night Out from 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
  • Sunday, 1/19 - Education hour for children and adults resumes at 9:00 a.m.
  • Monday, 1/20 - Eagle & Child, location T.B.A.
  • Friday, 1/24 - St. John's Game Night, time and location T.B.A.
  • Sunday, 2/16 - Potluck & Business Meeting after church.
  • Sunday, 4/19 - Confirmations and Visitation from Archbishop Foley Beach
  • Check the bulletin for birthdays!
Dear friends in Christ,

Don't forget that children and adult catechesis will begin again this Sunday, January 19th, at 9:00 a.m. I will wrap-up our study of the book, Confessing the Faith: Anglican Doctrine, while Maggie and Suzanne will have something new for the children.

If you missed church this past Sunday, be sure to listen to the sermon, which you can find below. I began a new series on the "I Am" statements from John, and we will continue in that series for the remainder of the Epiphany season. Today I continue the Anglican Basics series with a post on authority within a local congregation. I hope you will read these posts and ask any questions that you may have after doing so.

See you Sunday!

The Peace of Christ,


Anglican Structures, pt. 2

Anglican Structures, pt. 2
Last week, I wrote a brief post about the ecclesial (church) structures of Anglicanism and included a long quotation about the relationship between the local church, the diocese, and the province. Today I want to focus on the local church and explain a bit about the way that authority works within Anglicanism. I'm going to use a long quotation from …
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Our Latest Sermon

"Before Abraham Was, I Am" by Fr. Bryan

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A message from the series "The I Am Statements." Fr. Bryan begins a new series on the I Am statements of Jesus, found in John's gospel. This sermon focuses on John 8:48-59.
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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 frbryan@stjohnscanton.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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