St. John’s Blessings

St. John’s Blessings:  It’s been a challenging year for all of us, but there is still a lot of good in our midst. Here are some of St. John’s blessings from this past year:

  • Through Zoom and now live stream, we have access to the Sunday 10:00AM service.
  • Worship services are available online, both mid-week and several options for worship on Sundays.
  • Christian Formation volunteers have designed ways to continue formation for children and youth of all ages.
  • Lay involvement in preparing for worship has remained constant.
  • We continue to add new members.
  • Our attendance numbers rose as a result of people being able to join regardless of their location.
  • We were able to prepare nonperishable food bags, for the area students eligible for free and reduced breakfast and lunch.
  • We participated in the mass distributions provided by the Coalition for Community and the Larchmont Mamaroneck Hunger Task Force.
  • As a result of the generosity and dedication of this congregation, people of all ages have been fed and cared for during this pandemic.
  • For Food Emergency Support Fund, the total amount raised was $118,700 of which close to $40, 000 was raised by St. John’s parishioners.
  • The Easter Appeal raised $31, 285.
  • We were able to reopen the St. John’s Nursery School this fall.
  • The ECW held a successful Christmas Bazaar.
  • The Rev. Dorothy Greene continues to steadfastly serve the St. John’s community.
  • We celebrated the 90th birthday of the Rev. Dorothy Greene.
  • We marked the one year anniversary of the installation of our rector, The Rev. Lisa Mason.
  • We continue to affirm that all who enter this place in real life or virtually experience the life-saving embrace of God’s unconditional love.

Have good news to share? We’d love to share in your joy! Please email any good news to [email protected]. Thanks!