Outreach Ministries Contact the Church at 717-442-4302

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The Outreach Committee is also looking into other organizations that we can help.  Olivet UMC has a free lunch program for the community and have a need for volunteers to help with these lunches.  Trinity/Coatesville has a free lunch the last Sunday of each month for Vets and we hope we can be involved with this program.  As we find out more about these two programs, we will inform you.


This year we are able to give monies to the following organizations:  Bridge of Hope, Lord’s Pantry – Downingtown, City Gates located in Coatesville, Parkesburg Point, Steeple to People, Seamen’s Church Institute, Octorara Area Food Cupboard and Good Work’s.


The Outreach Committee thanks you for your gifts to be able to achieve all of the above.



     Bridge of Hope is a community program for homeless women with children.  St. John's supports this

     program through fundraising, and also by providing help (e.g. childcare) during special Bridge of Hope


     chairperson: Sharon Fremont



     The Prayer Shawl Minsitry meets once a month, currently on the third Friday, from 9 AM to 11 AM in

     the Sunday School room at St. John's.  This group prays while knitting shawls, which are then given

     to those in need of comfort. 

     chairperson: Pat Owens



     This committee meets on an as-needed basis to handle St. John's participation in a

     variety of community outreach opportunities.  Some outreach needs are met on an ongoing

     basis (e.g. Steeple to People, Parkesburg Point), and at other times other outreach

     activities are explored.

     chairperson: Sharon Fremont


4.  ST. LUKE'S

       The International Order of St. Luke the Physician is made up of people who feel called to

       make Jesus' ministry ofhealing a part of their vocation.  We believe healing is an essential

       part of the teachings of Jesus.  We see physical and inner healig as a majopr part of this

       nurturing which continues throughout our lives.  We believe that God's will for all is health

       of body, mind, and spirit.  We pray for healing expecting results.  Our members practice  

       daily Bible reading, devotions, and prayer.


       We are a small group of caring people who share God's love and desire for healing.  We

       meet the second Saturday of the month from 10AM to noon.  All are welcome.  You are

       welcome whether you are interested in just checking us out or considering if you wish to

       join.  There is no obligation and will be no pressure to join.  You are welcome to come

       whenever you feel the need for some tende loving care in Jesus' name.

       chairperson: Pat Owens


August 23, 2017

Worship With Us!



Holy Eucharist


10:30 AM 

Our Services include music, with the organist, choir, and congregation contributing a "joyful sound!"

The Episcopal service uses a liturgy, or standard order of worship found in the Book of Common Prayer (BCP). These liturgies are used by Episcopalians world-wide, fostering a sense of community and continuity across distance and time.

We Celebrate Holy Communion at every service. Every baptized Christian is welcome and encouraged to come to the altar rail to receive the bread and/or wine of Communion or receive a blessing. 


Learn With Us!

Adult Bible Study resumes

April 26 - June 28

Max Lucado's Book of James: Practical Wisdom from his “Life Lessons” series. 

Youth Sunday School

10:15 am  September through May 

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