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  • Guatemalan Student Scholarship

    We would like to introduce you to Evelin (left) and Leslie (right). These two young ladies are sponsored by St John’s. The scholarship helps to finance their education through to grade 12.  Without the scholarship that is provided by St. John’s, Leslie and Evelin would only be able to complete grade six and then be […]

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  • St John’s Kids Valentines Party

    On Saturday February 11th, 2017 St John the Divine will be hosting a kids Valentines party from 4pm – 7pm All ages are welcome. We have games, crafts, dinner and a dance party planned. Parents can enjoy 3 hours to themselves, and teen’s are welcome to volunteer in exchange for volunteer hours If you require […]

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  • Year End Budget Buster!

    Please join St Johns for a year end budget buster! Order tarts! Sew an Apron! Make a Craft! Make a Donation! Make Jam! Bake Bread! For more information, to make a donation, or to offer goods or services please contact the Church office at 705-472-6070 or sjdparish@gmail.com

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  • Table of Plenty Stewardship Kick-Off

    On the evening of Friday, October 2nd, 2015 the Stewardship Committee sponsored a free, catered, served supper in the Parish hall along with a sing-song, and a presentation by Diocesan Congregational Development Officer, Jay Koyle. Saturday – a group of St john’s activists gathered to receive and develop the concept of Contagious Generosity.  Generous churches […]

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  • 22 Days

    Every day at 12 o’clock, until June 21, the bells at St. John the Divine will ring as we pray for healing for and reconciliation with our First Nations brothers and sisters suffering from the legacy of residential schools. We pray for resolution to the issue of the more than 1,000 missing and murdered aboriginal […]

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  • Children’s liturgy

    Children at St. John’s Church took a very active part in the service May 31. Annie Loder read the old testament lesson, Olivia McCauley read the gospel and the second lesson was expressed through liturgical dance with all the children and even some of the Sunday School teachers taking part.