Shrove Tuesday Pancake Breakfast
March 5, 2019
Hours of Service:
7 am - 9 am
11 am - 1 pm
4 pm - 6:30 pm
Volunteers will be needed for set up, clean up, preparing and serving the pancakes & sausage meals
Door Greeters will be needed also!
Please see the "Special Services" Page for services during Lent and "Events" page for information on Lenten Lunches during Lent
St. John's is humbled and blessed to announce that The Reverend Stephen Benitz and his family have heard the call to St. John's and, with support of Vestry, local Clergy, and Bishop Alan Scarfe, began his ministry at St. John's on September 4, 2018.
See our Presiding Bishop Michael Curry preach at the Royal Wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry.
"There Is Power in Love."
"The surprise star of Harry and Meghan's wedding....with his 'fiery sermon'..." (Washington Post)
"The stunning preacher" (Independent.co.uk)
"...surprises with sermon touching on civil rights...(NBCnews.com)
"Bishop Michael Curry brought the Black American Church to the Royal Wedding (Vox.com)
"...delivers fiery, powerful royal wedding address (Globalnews.ca)
Iowa Revival is creating a lot of buzz in the Episcopal Church. General Convention held their own Revival. The following sermon from Bishop Curry was the conclusion to GC Revival
The Sending Eucharist of the 166th Episcopal Diocese of Iowa Annual Convention held in Des Moines Iowa, October 26-28, 2018, featuring Presiding Bishop, The Most Reverend Michael Curry
"Love Your Neighbor" and "Be a Witness"
November 1, 2018:
Bishop Michael Curry, who gave a spirited and unforgettable sermon at the royal wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, joins TODAY to talk about his newest book, “The Power of Love.” In light of the tragedy in Pittsburgh in which 11 died in a shooting at a synagogue, Curry sheds light on how faith and grief coincide, saying: “We deal with grief honestly and forthrightly. When it hurts it hurts, and don’t pretend it doesn’t hurt.”
A message from the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church,
Rev. Michael Curry
Rev. Michael Curry