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8:00 am Worship

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11:30 am Worship

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Wednesday

12:15
Healing Prayer & Communion

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Music in Worship

Cantors
8 am Service

Sanctuary Choir
9 am Service

Celebration Singers
A Small Singing Ensemble

Handbell Choir

Events

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Family Camping Trip
June 24-26, 2016

Join others from the St. John’s community in a fun weekend of camping at Shirttail Creek Campground on the North Shore of Sugar Pine Reservoir in the lovely Tahoe National Forest! 

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Shalom Camp 2016
July 10-15, 2016

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Concert

The French Connection
July 24
2 pm

News

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Spokesman Article

Stephen Ministry at St. John’s

Utilizing Stephen Ministry

We are very fortunate to have a Stephen Ministry program at St. Johns. 

Stephen Ministers are trained, lay ministers who care a great deal about church members. They have undergone 50 hours of training through our program.

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Spokesman Article Gregory & Bea Favre, Co-Chairs of the Sesquicentennial Committee

Windows for the Future to See the Past

You have had the opportunity to see the renderings of the four new stained glass windows that will be added to the apse in the sanctuary. This is the congregation’s gift to the future, celebrating our past 150 years. 

Now, you will have the chance to meet the artist who is creating these beautiful windows depicting Jesus’ baptism and his first miracle and the sacraments of Baptism and Communion.  

The artist’s name is Kathy Jordan, and she will be at St. John’s for a Forum session on June 19 during the Education Hour. 

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Spokesman Article Steven Johnson, Director of Worship and Music

Taking a Stand for Our Fathers

My dad is a behind-the-scenes kind of man. He’s never liked an intentional spotlight put on him. Yet, the irony is, that when you’re around him, ‘behind the scenes,’ there are no strangers. He is typically in the center of the activities. His being in the center isn’t happenstance; it’s the result of who he is and who he IS around people. 

I find God to be the same way. I know the divine presence of God and Spirit sees and witnesses us from an aerial view, where our uniquenesses shine, our love is expressed freely and without conditions. 

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