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Fifth Sunday in Lent

March 26, 2023

Dear People of Saint John’s,

This Sunday, as we celebrate the Fifth Sunday of Lent, we will continue to revisit our more ancient liturgies by using Rite One. This Rite speaks to us from a more penitential time in our church history, and so is well suited for the season of Lent. I am privileged to preach on the raising of Lazarus, one of the three essential passages used in preparing catechumens for baptism in the ancient church. Please come!

We have many offerings this Lent to help us draw nearer to God. Today at noon, we will walk the Stations of the Cross, led by Deacons Sandy and Bill Tatem. Later this afternoon, come join us for our Candlelight Meditations from 5 to 6. This evening our musician will be Father Darius Mojallali. And we have a lavender candle for you to prolong your meditation at home.

Be sure to sign up for the Maundy Thursday simple supper at 5:30, by calling the office or signing the sheet on the bulletin board in the hallway.

Tomorrow, the Saturday Bible Study continues with “The Chosen,” the acclaimed crowd-funded film series on the life of Jesus, at 10:30 in the Thompson Room. On Sunday Eileen Manz continue her series on Jesus’ vision for mission at 9 a.m. in the Library, and on Tuesday, Gail Richardson continues her study on the book of Acts, which has been called the Christian adventure book of the Bible, on Zoom. Be in touch with the office for the link.

Our Lenten schedule this year includes:
Supper and film on Forgiveness, Wednesdays in March, 6 to 8 pm
Stations of the Cross, Fridays in Lent, beginning February 24th, noon
Candlelight Meditations, Fridays in March, 5-6 pm
Palm Sunday, April 2, 8 am and 10 am
Maundy Thursday, April 6th
Simple Soup Supper at 5:30 (sign-up sheet now available!)
Liturgy, 7 pm: Foot Washing, Eucharist, Stripping of the Altar,
followed by the Night Watch
Good Friday, April 7th
Stations of the Cross at noon
Good Friday liturgy, with Holy Communion, 7 pm
Easter Sunday
Holy Eucharist Rite I, 8 am
Holy Eucharist Rite II,10 am, with choir, followed by
Easter Egg hunt
Festive coffee hour

For those of you who will be worshiping with us via live stream, be sure to let us know that you are there through the chat feature, so that we can greet you before the Offertory at the service. The live service, bulletin and Calendar/Announcements can be found in the link buttons below. Come join in worship!

Sunday's Bulletin   Sunday's Live Stream   Calendar and Announcements   



With every blessing,

Mtr. Judith

What to Look For (to Send a Chat)

Once you are viewing the live stream by pressing the link above, there should be a "conversation" to the right of the stream (Top Chat). Like this:

Messages populate from the bottom of the box. You add your message by typing on the "Say something..." line and pressing Enter (or clicking/tapping on the right-pointed arrow under your message). Other messages that come in after yours will file in underneath yours in the running chat above the entry line.

If you're watching the live stream in full screen mode, you'll need to find the chat box. This might be found using the arrow at the bottom center of the screen under the red line. You'll have to click or tap on the screen to see this option, similar to when you want to pause or change the volume, etc.

See that little white down arrow/carat under the red line and Scroll for details? If you tap on that, the screen pulls up, and you see the chat box. You may need to scroll up further to see the "Say something" line.

 Sunday Liturgy will be available on YouTube after the conclusion of the 10 am service. 

For our YouTube Channel Videos click here ==> All streamed services

Click on the Subscribed button and then the Bell in the upper right hand corner of our channel to be notified of any new videos.

Mother Judith's 'Thy Kingdom Come' Eblasts can be found here: Eblasts

Current Wednesday Eblast can be found here:                    Wednesday's Eblast


Here are other links that you may find helpful:


National Cathedral      

Livestreamed at 11:15 am Sunday






Thy Kingdom Come







Service Times

  Please worship with us

  • Sundays:

    8:00 am Holy Eucharist (spoken)

    10:00 am Holy Eucharist (with music) In Person and Live Stream

  • Wednesdays: 


  • 8:00 am In Person and via Zoom, coordinated by Sue Rielly

    Contact St. John's office to participate by Zoom.

    All are welcome!

Daily, Chronological Bible Reading Plan