» New Key Fobs

Posted on: July 26, 2017

Our security system has been upgraded, so the old electronic fobs no longer work on the church doors. If you need a replacement, contact Sarah Dull at church@stjohnsstpaul.org or 651-228-1172 x23.

» Parish Picnic August 13

Posted on: July 26, 2017

Join our companion parish Holy Apostles at the annual church picnic at Lake Phalen Picnic Area (Phalen Park Picnic Pavilion, 1600 Phalen Drive, St Paul, MN 55106). We’ll share 10am worship, followed by a cookout and picnic lunch.

Please bring:

  • A dessert or side to feed 10-12 people
  • Lawn chairs or blankets to sit on
  • Sunscreen
  • Bug spray
  • Outdoor games
» Community Prayers on Facebook

Posted on: July 25, 2017

We offer a community prayer time on our Saint John the Evangelist page each Saturday morning. As the Rev. John Throop writes, in prayer “we claim God’s promises to walk with us through difficult passages in personal and national life. We can rejoice in God’s might, and we can rest in God’s mercy.”

You are welcome to post your prayers in the comments section, and to pray with others on their prayer requests by liking their comments. Here is the invitation:

Saturday is our day for shared prayers. Please leave your prayer request here. I will pray with you and I know that others in our community will too. Please note that we use the “like” option only to let our friend that we are praying with them. Thank you.

Click here to visit our Facebook page and join with our neighbors in experiencing the power of prayer.

» Help Kids with School Tools

Posted on: July 12, 2017

The School Tools drive collects supplies for local children from low-income and homeless families.

Please join in by bringing your donations to church July 16-August 13. Place them in the marked School Tools collection bins in the gathering space and at coffee hour in the parking lot.

All items should be new. This drive serves elementary, middle, and high school students.


  • Backpacks
  • 3-ring binders
  • Calculators
  • Facial tissue


  • Spiral notebooks
  • Composition notebooks
  • Pencils
  • Pens
  • Markers
  • Folders
  • School boxes
  • Erasers
  • Highlighters
  • Pencil sharpeners
  • Colored pencils
  • Rulers
  • Glue sticks & bottles
  • Loose-leaf paper
  • Scissors
  • Crayons
  • USB Flash Drives

Contact Holly Weinkauf with questions.

» Serving at First Nations Kitchen

Posted on: July 12, 2017

First Nations Kitchen (FNK) is the state’s only program serving free meals that are based on traditional Indigenous diet. They primarily serve the people of Little Earth but also welcome community members from across the Twin Cities.

The Episcopal Church in Minnesota welcomes all people. Our very first Bishop, Henry Benjamin Whipple, worked and served with the Native American community. While others were persecuting them, he was ordaining them. The Episcopal Church in Minnesota continues that legacy and maintains one of the largest Departments of Indian Work in the entire Episcopal Church.

We will be helping First Nations Kitchen serve their evening meal on Sunday, August 6.We have four shifts to staff:
•  Food prep:  1:30-3:30pm (6 volunteers)
•  Dining room setup: 4-5pm (3 volunteers including one dishwasher)
•  Dinner service: 5-6:30pm (8-10 volunteers)
•  Cleanup: 6:15-7:30pm (6 volunteers)

Contact Margaret Thor to sign up.

Serving at FNK gives us an opportunity to fulfill our calling to be in relationship with our neighbors. By serving others, we are able to honor God with thanks and praise for the gifts He has bestowed on us.

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