Weekly Dispatch, June 10th, 2020
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St. John's Weekly Dispatch, v. 2

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A Message from Fr. Bryan

Dear Friends in Christ,

It has been wonderful to worship in person these last two weeks. It seems like a burden lifted for me, and I look forward to the months ahead and to easing back into a much more normal routine. We had over 50 in worship this past Sunday, which meant that our social distancing was a little more difficult than I expected. Accordingly, I've added chairs in several places so that it will be easier for people to maintain six feet of separation.

The women's group met at our house last night, and our men's group will meet this coming Saturday, June 13, at the Russell's farm. Joe insists that no one needs to bring anything, so just bring yourself. And thanks to Joe and Tina for hosting! Our plan is to have breakfast and fellowship and to talk about our plans for moving forward. The Russell home can be found at the following address: 1729 Fox Ave SE, Paris Oho 44669. If you use GPS, you will likely run into trouble, so be sure to follow the instructions below:

From 77S

Take 30 E until it ends at Trump Ave SE. (it will be the 2nd Trump Ave exit - not the first one that veers to the right). At the end of the exit ramp stay in the right lane and turn right at the first traffic light onto US-30 E/172 E

Continue on 172/Lisbon about 10 miles (through East Canton and Paris Township) Turn right onto Fox Ave SE We are about 1 1/2 miles down on the right. Wooden sign out front “Rancho Escondido” with stone entrance. Follow driveway over bridge and up to the house. People can park in the driveway by the deck or along the driveway on the grass.

Joe’s cell is 330-806-4255

The Sunday lectionary takes us through Paul's Epistle to the Romans this summer, so I plan to begin a new series this coming Sunday, beginning with Romans 5:1-11. We have Evening Prayer at 6:30 p.m. tonight via Zoom, as usual. You can find a link to the Zoom meeting in the schedule section of this message above. I plan to lead from the Book of Common prayer tonight, so be sure to have your BCP at hand. If you don't have the BCP at home, you can use the pdf. version found here.

I look forward to seeing you all soon!

Grace & Peace,

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