| Weekly Dispatch, May 6th, 2020|
A Message from Fr. Bryan
| When you stop by the church to pick up consecrated bread this week, you will notice a very small token of our appreciation for all of the Mother's at St. John's. Don't forget to celebrate the Mothers in your life! Regarding our upcoming eucharistic liturgy, I have left consecrated bread in plastic baggies on a table in the sanctuary, just as I did last week. The bread is on a table just inside the church, and the doors will be open at the following dates and times: (1) Wednesday from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. & (2) Thursday from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. & (3) Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to noon. |
| If you offered to drop off a food bag for the Urban Ark Ministry, please leave it on a table when you pick up your consecrated bread. Just as I mentioned last week, please take the exact amount of bread that you and your family will need for this coming Sunday. All eucharist bread distributed to households needs to be consumed during the eucharistic liturgy this Sunday. |
| I don't have much else to report this week and hope that you are all doing well. As usual, I will send out the liturgy for Evening prayer sometime this afternoon. I look forward to spending some time in prayer with you this Evening and celebrating the Lord's Supper together on Sunday. |
| If you would like to support St. John's during this time, you can give online by clicking the button below. You may also send a check to the following address: |
| PO BOX 36591, CANTON OH 44735|
St. John's Temporary Schedule
- Evening Prayer on Wednesday Evenings at 6:30 p.m. via Zoom.
- Spiritual Communion on Sunday Mornings at 10:30 a.m. via Zoom.
A Sermon on 1 Peter 2:13-25, by Fr. Bryan
| A message from the series "Sermons from Lectionary Texts." Fr. Bryan continues our series through 1 Peter, preaching on chapter 2, vs. 13-25.|
"What is Consecration?"
| A message from the series "Video Interviews." Fr. Bryan explains the communion of saints as well as the biblical basis and theological meaning of consecration.|
"Do Anglicans Believe in Transubstantiation?"
| A message from the series "Video Lessons." Fr. Bryan answers the question, do Anglicans believe in Transubstantiation?|
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.|
| If you have questions about the content contained in this email or want to learn more about St. John's Anglican Church or , please let us know. You can fill out a form at this link, and you will receive a response from Fr. Bryan.|
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