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Fr. Eliacín’s Last Sunday at St. John’s – October 17

The Rev. Eliacín Rosario-Cruz

This Sunday, October 17, will be my last Sunday with you at St. John’s. I am grateful to God and each of you for our four years together in ministry and faith journey. You are a gifted and loving congregation. As I move on to my new call, I want you to be assured that the leadership at St. John’s is remarkable. It has been a true blessing to serve such a great congregation over the past four years. You will be in my prayers, and I ask that you keep my family and me in yours.

Important Note About Zoom Meetings: The Zoom links for the different church meetings have been updated. All the Zoom links shared previous to this email have been deactivated. If you want to access any of the Zoom meetings, you must follow the links provided from this date onward.

New Pastoral Emergency Phone Number: Please notice that the Pastoral Care Emergency phone number (424) 354-2246 is no longer active. The new Pastoral Emergency phone number is (559)425-9757. However, in the meantime, it is best if you have any Pastoral Care need to contact one of the Co-Senior Wardens, Jackie Grove or Chris Bee Kenagy. They will know how to follow up appropriately.

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10/17/2021 | Liturgy of the Word

Fr. Eliacín lead the congregation in the Liturgy of the Word on his last Sunday at St. John’s.

Link to PDF version of the Service Bulletin: https://bit.ly/2Xhn4Ca

Link to Online Giving & Offering: https://bit.ly/366HvDM

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10/10/2021 | Liturgy of the Word

Fr. Eliacín lead the congregation in the Liturgy of the Word.

Link to PDF version of the Service Bulletin: https://bit.ly/3iHbh7A

Link to Online Giving & Offering: https://bit.ly/366HvDM

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10/3/2021 Liturgy of the Word

Fr. Eliacín lead the congregation in the Liturgy of the Word.

Link to PDF version of the Service Bulletin: https://bit.ly/3okna79

Link to Online Giving & Offering: https://bit.ly/366HvDM

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9/26/2021 | Liturgy of the Word

 

Fr. Eliacín lead the congregation in the Liturgy of the Word.

Link to PDF version of the Service Bulletin: https://bit.ly/2W5PH4v

Link to Online Giving & Offering: https://bit.ly/366HvDM

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EPISCOPAPER, September Edition

Celebrating the Arts at St. John’s Episcopal Church

Open the September copy of the Episcopaper HERE

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9/19/2021 | Liturgy of the Word

Fr. Eliacín lead the congregation in the Liturgy of the Word.

Link to PDF version of the Service Bulletin: https://bit.ly/3nCe7y5

Link to Online Giving & Offering: https://bit.ly/366HvDM

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9/12/2021 | Liturgy of the Word

Fr. Eliacín lead the congregation in the Liturgy of the Word.

Preacher: Deacon Liz

Link to PDF version of the Service Bulletin: https://bit.ly/3jXpWwx

Link to Online Giving & Offering: https://bit.ly/366HvDM

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2021 CROP HUNGER WALK

Sunday, October 10th 1:15pm
Raise funds for community food programs across our nation (Community Kitchen/ Snohomish), and solutions to hunger, poverty, displacement, and disaster relief in our world. Family event, pets included!
This year we walk to honor Marilyn Imbach.
Register online: https://events.crophungerwalk.org/2021/event/snohomishwa
Contact person: John First

 

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Update: Lastest Guidelines for Sunday Services

The Rev. Eliacín Rosario-Cruz is delighted to announce that we will begin Eucharistic Service in-person worship again at St. John’s Parish Hall on July 4, 2021.

In-Person Service Sundays at 10:00 AM

•    No need for Pre-registration.  Capacity for 65 people in our Parish Hall.
•    No Screening upon arrival.
•    A sanitation station will continue to be available at the entrance.
•    Masks continue to be required inside the building for the sake of those people for whom vaccination is not possible at this time (children, persons with immunological considerations, and other health conditions). Masks are optional outside the building, as in the courtyard.
•    Anyone with symptoms of illness is asked to stay home.

About Holy Communion

  • Holy Communion resumes in modified form. The priest will consecrate both bread and wine.The common cup will not resume at Holy Eucharist yet. You will receive bread. Know that there is such thing as half-communion.  Those who receive only the bread have paricipated in Full Communion; this has always been the case. Gluten-free wafers will be available as well.
  • Those who want to receive Communion will be asked to sanitize their hands at the sanitation station before receiving the bread.