» Candlemas Candle-Making Event

Posted on: January 24, 2020

On February 2 at 9am in the Fireside Room, Children, Youth, and Family Ministry and Faith Formation invite the whole parish to participate in making candles together which will be blessed at The Feast of Candlemas Eucharist at 10am.

For more information, contact Katie Madsen at katie.madsen@stjohnsstpaul.org or Craig Lemming at craig.lemming@stjohnsstpaul.org.

» Online & Text Giving to St. John’s

Posted on: January 22, 2020

Don’t always have cash or a checkbook with you at church? It’s easy to support St. John’s and all the wonderful work we do at anytime. To give online, click here or text 651-273-0753 with the amount you’d like to give and where you’d like the funds to go; i.e. “$100 Pledge.” Text “Funds” to see the full list of options.

If you have questions, please contact Sarah Dull at sarah.dull@stjohnsstpaul.org.


» Annual Meeting

Posted on: January 21, 2020

Saint John’s Annual Meeting is this Sunday, January 26 at 11:15am in the Gym. All parishioners are welcome to hear the wonderful work being done at St. John’s, thank outgoing leaders and vote for new leaders. The church will provide lunch; please bring a dessert to share.

Childcare is provided for kids birth to fifth grade. Please RSVP if you plan to use childcare to Katie Madsen at katie.madsen@stjohnsstpaul.org.

» Kirk Michael Rich Organ Recital

Posted on: January 21, 2020

Dr. Kirk Michael Rich, Director of Music at All Saints’ Episcopal Church in Atlanta, presents an organ recital on Sunday, January 26 at 4pm in the Church. A native of Kentucky, Kirk has served as a liturgical organist for over two decades. He holds degrees in organ performance from Oberlin College Conservatory, the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University, and a doctorate from the University of Houston’s Moores School of Music. Most recently, he served as organist for the RSCM America National Choir residency at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin, under the direction of Bruce Neswick. Kirk’s performances have been broadcast nationally on American Public Media’s Pipedreams programs.

There is no cost for admission and a festive reception will follow in the Fireside Room.

» Safe Church Training

Posted on: January 14, 2020

In the Episcopal Church, we provide a safe and welcoming environment for all who participate in our worship, programs, ministries and any other church supported activities. We especially strive to maintain a safe place for children, youth and vulnerable adults with an awareness that everyone can be vulnerable at certain times.

Safeguarding God’s People

Safeguarding God’s People will be taught on Saturday, February 22 from 9am-12pm in the CYF Center.

Safeguarding God’s People Training is required for: 

  • Clergy & All paid employees
  • Vestry
  • Youth leaders, teachers & volunteers
  • Lay leaders
  • Ministry leaders
  • Volunteers involved with vulnerable adults
  • All key holders

Safeguarding God’s Children

Safeguarding God’s Children will be taught on Saturday, February 29 from 9am-12pm in the CYF Center with a possible second training opportunity in early March dependent on the number of RSVP’s.

Safeguarding God’s Children Training is required for:

  • Clergy & all paid employees
  • Children & youth leaders, teachers, & volunteers
  • Vestry members & all committee chairs
  • Anyone doing home visits or giving car rides
  • All key holders

If you fall into one or more of these roles and you have not taken Safe Church training in the past three years, then it’s time to sign up. Refreshments are provided – please let us know of any dietary restrictions.
Please RSVP to hanna.stenerson@stjohnsstpaul.org.