Black Lives Matter sign just put on the front lawn of St. John’s by Chuck and Ellendale.
–By Lize B. When on May 9th we watched as a church Let the Sea Resound – about how repentance, forgiveness, revival, and ecological renewal
“Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only the one who does the will of my Father
I promise, I am with you. There is always work to be done.First, grieve every fallen sparrow. Notice the bloodstain on the sidewalk. Hear the
Listen to Meghan’s meditation here: http://www.stjohnsnewhaven.org/resources/ By Meghan B. Lord Jesus, thank you for this time of reflection. May your Spirit guide these words and
Beautiful large poster down the street from Varick AME Church, on Dixwell Ave.
Approximately 17 members of St. John’s joined the New Haven Interfaith Protest organized by Varick AME Church on Sunday. –By Kyler S. On Sunday afternoon,
–By Jennifer B. I have been trying to process my emotions about the events of the past several weeks. I seem to vacillate between despair,
–By Michele S. On Saturday, we concluded our six-week series “World Christianity and World Cinema” in which we listened to stories from the world church.
I pray for us to have God’s wisdom to speak words that awaken our loved one’s spirits, God’s patience to walk with these people when our words do not immediately bring the effect we desire, and God’s courage to initiate such dialogue and keep it through any resistance we receive.
–Michele S.: Dear praying friends at St John’s, I pass on this opportunity for prayer from our Christian family at Elm City Vineyard: Reply-To: firstname.lastname@example.org
Break our hearts, Jesus, as your heart is broken by hatred.Rescue us from indifference to the suffering of our brothers and sisters.Enable us to see