You can expect times of rest and recreation, feasting and fun, prayer and playfulness. The goal of the weekend is twofold: that God would "restore our souls" (Ps 23:3) and "restore the joy of our salvation" (Ps 51:12), and that God would deepen our relationships in "affection, sympathy, and joy" (Phil 2:1-2).
For the second year in a row, St. John’s will hold a church-wide night of fellowship and fun. We know you have talent, and this is the time to share it! This event has no charge, but please RSVP your attendance for the event by February 9 since space is limited.
Do you ever wish you understood more concretely what we say in the Apostles’ Creed? As part of St. John’s desire to offer catechism (instruction in the faith) in a variety of settings, Julie Lane Gay and Bethany Murphy are offering a weekend course for women.
Join us for our annual general meeting on March 1 to hear David Short and our trustees speak on plans, priorities, and vision for St. John's in 2016. You will also be able to ask questions about how we plan to use our resources in 2016 and vote on the budget.
True Life: Grace & Godliness in the Book of Titus | Our culture places a high priority on quality of life. From technology and sustainability, to self-help and beauty products, every new invention promises to improve our lives and to make us happy, healthy, and satisfied. But, is happiness the best measure of true life?
This year we want to launch ‘The Easter Project’—imagine multi-generational groups of people from St. John’s choosing a practical, loving and serving project in their neighbourhood. On Saturday, March 26, our goal is to have different projects responding to people’s needs all throughout the city, and we’d love for you to get involved.