The Summer 2015 edition of The Link newsletter is now available. You can receive it digitally in your e-mailbox, on paper at the Sunday services, or online right here.
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A recent trip reminds Rev. Anne of God’s Inexhaustible Love for his world and for all of us in it, and of Jesus’s Undivided Attention to God’s will that pours out from this love. An awe-inspiring experience of God’s creation reminds us of Jesus’s reality, that He became like us so that we might become like Him.
Rev. Drew has been on sabbatical for six weeks now. In the Link he shares with us what he has been doing and some observations on what he has experienced, including a men’s retreat which he describes as a ‘spiritual boot camp’.
Deacon Catherine has recently returned from three months in New Zealand and Australia. While there she had opportunities to visit a number of faith communities and to experience their worship. Mostly she found a warm and accepting welcome wherever she went, but there were a couple of disappointments as well.
St. John’s is active in the community at home and abroad. Learn more in this issue about some of the local outreach ministries that we offer ongoing support to, and about an captivating proposal to partner with a public school in Sandy Bay, Jamaica.
Read all about this and more in the Summer issue of The Link.