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St. John's
BAPTISM DATES Print

In the Episcopal Church, baptisms are performed on specific days appointed in the Book of Common Prayer.  For the year ahead,  these are the dates we shall offer the sacrament of Baptism at St. John’s:

 

    In 2014:

Pentecost              June 8

Holy Cross           September 14

All Saints’            November 2

 

People seeking baptism must be active members of St John’s and shall also receive instruction from the priest on the significance of the sacrament prior to the date of the baptism.

 

If you or your child would like the sacrament of Baptism, please speak with Amy Welin+ or call the church office at 203-754-3116 for more details and to schedule a baptism.

 
Calling All Singers!!! PDF Print E-mail

Do you like to sing? We would like you to sing with us. The Adult Choir rehearses once a month (excluding the summer) on a Thursday night, and on Sunday mornings from 9 AM to 9:45 AM.  If you have any questions, email Bob Havery, St. John's Music Director at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 
Proposals for Funding From St. John's Episcopal Church Outreach Budget PDF Print E-mail

Outreach funds are limited. Priority will be given to projects that serve persons who are not members of St. John's who live in the greater Waterbury area. 

 

Request for Fund Form

 

Please send the application by mail to:

 

St. John's Parish

Outreach

16 Church St.

Waterbury, CT 06702

 
Volunteer Sextons PDF Print E-mail

The primary function of this position is to see that the building is open and secure.  Open for the A.A. meetings that use our facilities and secure from anyone who might have other than positive intentions.  We have a volunteer system to be able to provide hospitality to those who need it.  No, we don’t provide the coffee; they do that and are happy to share with us.  We provide the facility that they need to meet and share a special fellowship that helps them grow stronger in their own struggles against addiction.

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Basic Comprehensive Safe Church Training PDF Print E-mail

The time has now come to ensure that the Church can be as safe a place for adults as for children. That will only seem an odd comment if we forget that people are all vulnerable in one way or another and that an institution like the Church has special opportunities and challenges. Within the Church are ‘all sorts and conditions’ of human beings, diverse in age, gender, ethnicity and with different kinds of ability; there are professionals, amateurs and volunteers, there are ordained ministers and faithful members of congregations. The Church is a body whose members acknowledge their individual needs and which also recognizes the human capacity for even the best to go wrong. Issues of power and dependence may not be greater in the Church than elsewhere, but we do have a unique responsibility and ability to address them.

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Upcoming Events / Meetings

  

Church Meetings:

May 6, Finanace / Executive 7pm

May 13, Vestry 7pm

May 19, House Committee  7pm

May 21, Outreach 7pm

 


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