Upcoming Events

Bake Sale to Benefit Mission Trips

Treat yourself and benefit St. John’s two mission trips for 24 youth and adults coming up this summer!  Three youth and one chaperone will join our synod trip to Rose Bud Reservation in South Dakota, and 20 will travel to West Virginia to support the Appalachia Service Project. To help raise funds for these trips,…

Annual Meeting

This year’s annual meeting will include the presentation of the strategic plan by our Congregation Council and the Rev. Dr. Elise Brown of Kairos.  For the past year we have been engaged in a listening process that included individual interviews, cottage meetings and community engagement panels.  Now it is time for the presentation to the…

Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper

Before the fast of Lent begins, we go a little wild.  In New Orleans, it’s Mardi Gras.  In Phoenixville, it’s PANCAKES!  Eating pancakes, running while flipping pancakes, tossing pancakes, making pancake self-portraits and creating pancake art—we do it all!  Our pancake dinner will be held from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 5th in…

Ash Wednesday

Lent begins with ashes and dust.  On Ash Wednesday we are marked with ashes—a sign of our death and of our sorrow for sin.  The ashes trace a cross on our forehead, where the baptismal water first marked us with God’s grace.  You are invited to worship at St. John’s on Ash Wednesday at 12:15…

The WAY Begins

What’s The WAY?  It’s a time of learning about God, our community of faith and yourself as you are “on the way” of following Jesus. When is The WAY?  It begins on Sunday, March 10th, with dinner at the home of Pastor Cindy Krommes and John Stong at 5 p.m.  From Sunday, March 17th through…

Bear Creek Camp Sunday

On Sunday, March 17th beginning at 9:30 a.m. Kley Hall will turn into Bear Creek Camp for an hour in order to give our grade school and confirmation youth a small experience of the fun at camp.   A member of the staff at Bear Creek will lead us in songs, share the camp experience and…

Community Lent Worship

God’s Holy People:  Dorothy DayRev. Dr. Koshy MatthewsSt. Peter’s Episcopal Church, preacher 

Community Lent Worship

God’s Holy People:  Bishop Oscar RomeroEpiscopal Bishop Daniel G. P. Gutierrez, preacher

Community Lent Worship

God’s Holy People:  John Knox Rev. Douglas Hagler of First Presbyterian, preacher

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