Community Service

Community Worship Services and Children’s Religious Exploration begin each Sunday at 11:00 AM

September 28 at 11AM

"IHN – Interfaith Hospitality Network"

Wanda Crawford

What work is St John’s, and St Johners, doing out in the community to help the homeless? And how does the work reward us in return?  Adult Forum at 10AM:  Power of Choice

October 5 at 11AM

"Let  Your Life Speak"

Rev. Mitra Jafarzadeh
John Kachuba

Rev. Mitra has a stole with words that read, “We are all stories in the end.”  Each life has its own narrative, its own setting, plot and characters.  Today John and Mitra will explore life, spirit, and story.   

October 12 at 11AM

"To be Free and Responsible"

Rev. Mitra Jafarzadeh

One of the seven principles Unitarian Universalist congregations covenant to affirm and promote is “the free and responsible search for truth and meaning.”  Today we will consider the tension between freedom and responsibility.

October 19 at 11AM

"The Haunted Church"

Rev. Mitra Jafarzadeh

What stories did you learn in or about church early on?  What was your experience of going, or not going to church or mosque or temple?  That which matters lingers.  That which lingers forms us. Today we will explore how the church of the past is still with us and what we want for the future.

October 26 at 11AM

200th Anniversary Debut of Commissioned Choral Work with Rev. Jason Shelton, Dr. Catherine Roma, Minister of Music, Rachel Kramer, Associate Director of Music and the St. John's Adult Choir

To celebrate our 200th anniversary, St. John’s asked Rev. Jason Shelton to create a new piece of music in celebration of our 200th anniversary. This work is grounded in the particular tradition of St. John’s and will set a tone for our embrace of the next 200 years.  Rev. Shelton is an ordained and fellowshipped Unitarian Universalist Minister as well as an accomplished musician with several hymns in our hymnal. Please join us this Sunday to celebrate the fine musical tradition of St. John’s.

 

 

 

 

Our Mission: St. John’s is committed to creating a safe and caring community, working for peace and social justice, and celebrating beliefs that respect freedom of thought.