Dean's Note: A Bountiful Harvest

Last Saturday we had a great turn out for our Harvest Dinner. We thank all those who helped to make it happen. At the dinner we saw slides of our year together at St. John's as the Community of Christ's love. Sunday we blessed the pledge cards that have been turned in to date as a sign of the offering we make from the fruits of our life and labor. Several folks have not yet turned in their pledge cards and we hope you will also participate in this year's pledge campaign, offering thanks for the goodness you have received from the Lord's bounty. As we prepare for the Thanksgiving holiday we give thanks to the Lord for all of you in this community. I'm sure we all are thankful -- for the gi

Deans' Note: Stronger Together

We are stronger together as a community of love in Christ. We are so glad we have each other, especially at this time. We celebrate this reality this weekend. First on Saturday evening, our Harvest Dinner begins at 6:00 pm in the garden with drinks. Dinner will be served in the cathedral at 7:00. If you have not reserved your place, please let us know so we can make a place at the table for you. (Tickets are $20.00 per person to help offset the cost of the meal). This is an opportunity to meet and break bread, to reflect on the past year and look ahead to the year to come. It also is the celebration of our fall pledge campaign. If you have already made a financial pledge for 2017, th

Deans' Note: A Community of Love

We celebrate the Feast of All Saints this Weekend. As we gather together as a community joined by Christ's love we are joined with all those who have gone before us in the Communion of Saint, and together we are the community of love we have been singing and talking about ion the last several weeks. In particular, we have two central events this weekend. First, the All Saints, All Souls Concert Saturday evening -- a joint event of our Choir and our Social Witness Committee. We will remember all those who have died as a result of gun violence as their names will be read as part of this stirring Renaissance Requiem music sung by our own Cathedral Choir and guest singers under the direction of

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