Ham & Scalloped Potatoe Dinner

On Friday, September 30th, 2016 the St John’s men’s group will be hosting their annual Ham & Scalloped Potatoe Dinner.

Dinner will be served from 5pm-7pm.

To eat : Ham, scalloped potatoes, coleslaw, dessert and drink.  A gluten free option will be available

Adults $12.00, Students $9.00, Children 6-12 $5.00, Under 6 years old no charge

To purchase tickets please call the St John’s Church office at 705-472-6070 or Irv Dyck at 705-472-7732


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 are led by generous people.  Generosity is the new Evangelism.  Christian Stewardship involves gratitude and recognizing the difference between possession and managing a trust from God.  Gratitude is right at the hard of Christian spirituality.

The Sunday liturgy wrapped up the weekend with inspiring music and a challenging homily.

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22 Days

IMG_0159Every 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 women. May God forgive and restore all that is broken.

Children’s liturgy

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Spring Tea and Bazaar

The Spring Tea and Bazaar held May 23 was a great unnamed copy unnamed-1 unnamed-2 unnamed-3 unnamedsuccess. The parish hall was decorated from top to bottom with wonderful and creative spring hats of all shapes and sizes. Many people joined in the theme and created imaginative hats of their own. There were hundreds of plants for sale as well as yummy goodies at the deli table, interesting items at the odds and ends table and jewelry galore at the jewelry table.

Getting ready for the Spring Tea and Bazaar

Some of the women at St. John’s Church are busy decorating special spring hats to be used as decorations at the Spring Tea and Bazaar to be held Saturday at the church from 11a.m. to 2 p.m.

There will be tea and a luncheon, an Odds and Ends sale, a deli, a plant sale with gardening books, gardening tools and indoor and outdoor plants and seedlings for sale. Everyone is encouraged to stay with the theme of tea – Decorated Spring Hats. Tea Tickets are $5 at the door.0 IMG_0095 IMG_0087


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