January and February Offerings at St. John's
By Melinda Emily Thomas
I am delighted by the opportunity to spend time with you this January. On Sundays from 4-5 p.m. beginning on January 10, we will explore the balancing traditions of yoga and the Rule of St. Benedict over Zoom.
Below are the newly elected Vestry members from our December 8 Annual Parish Meeting:
We give God thanks for all our parish leaders! Please keep them in your prayers.
The Diocese of Southwestern Virginia is dedicated to confronting the sin of racism, understanding the nature of systemic racism, and working toward racial justice and healing in the name of Christ. The resources on this page are offered in support of clergy, lay leaders, and congregations. They are a starting place for the journey toward reconciliation.
Pepper the Robot took a break from his work with Roanoke County Public Library to visit St. John's in early May.
St. John's is practicing Epiphany - God in the world - this season in projects including our annual Rise Against Hunger pack and an upcoming Habitat for Humanity build.
David-Charles Campbell, minister of music for nearly 20 years, retired in February. Assistant Minister of Music Michael Milam has stepped in as interim while we move toward a national search.