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Seasonal Events

Spring at St. John’s


Martin Luther King Jr.

Social Justice Film Series: January – June 2018

Fifth Film: “Wasted“– exposes the criminality of food waste and its clear contribution to climate change while showing how we can help daily to solve this burgeoning problem

Sunday, May 20, 7:00 PM

Most Holy Name of Jesus R.C. Church

301 Brooklyn St., Morrisville

Free & Open to the Public


January13th — a highly regarded 2016 Oscar-nominated Netflix film concerning mass incarceration of blacks, tracing the history of blacks from the early days of our country to the present

February“Hidden Figures”– nominated for three 2017 Oscars, a fascinating story of three African-American women mathematicians pivotal in the launch of John Glenn into orbit 

MarchAfter Spring –- award winning documentary about daily life in the largest camp for Syrian refugees

April“The Lady in Number 6: Music Saved my Life” — Oscar-winning documentary on the world’s oldest Holocaust survivor tells the admirable story of how music was her savior

May: “Wasted“– exposes the criminality of food waste and its clear contribution to climate change while showing how we can help daily to solve this burgeoning problem

June“For the Bible Tells Me So” — award winning film that interweaves talk of Bible passages on homosexuality with interviews of Christian families with gay children

(date and time of all future films to be announced)

Sponsored by Greater Stowe Interfaith Coalition: Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, Bahá’í Faith,  Jewish Community of Greater Stowe, St. John’s in the Mountains Episcopal Church, Stowe Community Church, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Stowe


Help Your Neighbors Who Lost Food from the Autumn Storm

The wind storm and power outages have put many community members already struggling to put food on the table in an extremely difficult situation. As a result, many Vermonters are choosing between replacing the contents of their refrigerator or putting gas in their car or fuel in their home. Or even worse, these families are going without. 

OPERATION RESTOCK is a partnership effort of Capstone Community Action, the Vermont Foodbank, and Mayor Thom and Karen Lauzon to provide emergency food assistance. We ask the community to help their neighbors in need by making a donation at fuelyourneighbors.org, or sending a gift to Capstone Community Action, attn.: Operation Restock, 20 Gable Place, Barre, VT 05641.




Please help the Rohingya refugees who are in dire plight

EDUCATE:  Surf the web or click on the following links for background information:



ADVOCATE:  Write to Congressional reps and senators to reimpose sanctions on the Burmese Army and on Burmese companies close to the Army. Ask Senators to cosponsor S. Res 250 condemning what is happening (Sen. Leahy is a cosponsor). You can call the US Capital switchboard at (202) 224-3121 and ask to be connected to any Senate or House office.

Write to Ambassador Nikki Haley asking her to urge the UN Security Council to ban visas for Burma’s military leadership and freeze their assets.

You can contact her at https://usun.state.gov/contact.

DONATE:  To help the more than 400,000 refugees who are fleeing Burma:

International Rescue CommitteeUNICEF