Hebrews 3:1-6: In this portion of Scripture, the Hebrew believers were called holy brothers who share in the heavenly calling. Why are they called holy? Are all believers holy? What does it mean to share in the heavenly calling? Does every believer have a heavenly calling?

We are delighted to announce that our church is now fully open on Sundays for both the 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. services. While masks are no longer required for fully vaccinated participants during worship services, unvaccinated persons are required to wear masks. Seating in the pews will be socially distanced.

Join us at the parish center this Sunday, June 27, after the 10:30 Mass for a thank you and farewell gathering for our Father Joseph who will soon be returning to Nigeria. It will be a potluck luncheon. If your last name begins with A-M, bring a luncheon entrée, and if last name begins with N-Z bring a salad, side or appetizer. Desserts are already donated.

On June 13, Rev. Peter Hammond started our services with this prayer, which so beautifully reflects our feelings for the season:

Jesus’ Humanity, Hebrews 2:5-18: When God created Adam and Eve his desire was for all mankind to live forever with him in loving fellowship. Adam and Eve walked and talked with God in the Garden of Eden and were given dominion over the earth with total freedom, even freedom to trust him enough to obey him.

The Jewish Community of Greater Stowe has graciously agreed to let St. John’s hold Sunday services in its tent behind the synagogue. Communion will not be offered until a later time. The start date for services will be announced soon.

After 15 months of COVID-related restrictions, Blessed Sacrament parish is back to full operation. Once again the collection will be taken up by ushers, communion will be

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