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Kitchen Table with Shancia Jarrett

September 30, 7-8:30 PM

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Upcoming Events

Sep20

Walking Club – East Rock

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Where:East Rock, New Haven

The walking club is meeting this Sunday, 9/20. This week, we’ll meet outside the church at 4:00 and then walk around East Rock. Please note the following virus protocols: masks are required; carpools are allowed only among those who live together. 

Sep30

Kitchen Table with Shancia Jarrett

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Where:Zoom

Racial Justice, Healing, & Reconciliation

Jesus is calling the St. John’s community to the work of racial justice, reconciliation, and healing as an integral part of our walk of faith in a broken, sinful, and suffering world.

Statement on behalf of the congregation, the clergy, the wardens, and the vestry of St. John’s Episcopal Church New Haven:
St. John’s Episcopal Church stands against all forms of racism, in full agreement with the Statement from the Bishops of the Episcopal Church in Connecticut dated May 28, 2020, of which this is an excerpt: …

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Statement on behalf of the congregation, the clergy, the wardens, and the vestry of St. John’s Episcopal Church New Haven:
St. John’s Episcopal Church stands against all forms of racism, in full agreement with the Statement from the Bishops of the Episcopal Church in Connecticut dated May 28, 2020, of which this is an excerpt:

Racism and the resulting violence against people of color perpetrated by those who have power in our nation and state has led recently to the tragic and inexcusable deaths of George Floyd in Minnesota, Jose Soto in Connecticut, Breonna Taylor in Kentucky, and Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia. Such violence is unacceptable and contrary to the will of God and the promise of justice and freedom central to our country’s ideals. We must not let the realities of COVID-19 distract us from speaking out against, and working to dismantle,the forces of racism and white supremacy that continue to infect our lives and our nation. It is that very inaction and silence that feed into the legacy of white supremacySilence is complicity and we must not participate in the forces of evil that divide us.

The Episcopal Church in Connecticut is committed to the work of Racial Healing, Justice, and Reconciliation. For us to be the Beloved Community in Jesus that we are committed to becoming, we must act justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with our God (Micah 6:8).

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Updates

Even though our building is currently closed, our ministries and services are still active. Sunday service is currently held over Zoom and we are working on a phased reopening for outdoor services. Events, film discussion series, and other happenings typically happen virtually.

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Connecting With Community

Life Groups

Joining a Life Group is a great way to stay connected with the St. John’s family and to grow in faith. Life Groups meet at various times and places throughout the week.

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Volunteering

At St. John’s, we love building community! If you are looking for a way to grow deeper into the community and your faith, consider volunteering with one of our ministries.

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Giving

Giving to St. John’s is an opportunity to take part in the incredible work God is doing through us in the New Haven area. Giving can be done online, by mail, or through your bank.

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St. John’s Community Blog

Our community blog is a place for news, spiritual reflections, needs, resources, and JOY. Visit the blog to see posts on various topics including Racial Justice & Reconciliation, Global Faith, and the future growth of the Church.

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