St. John’s Daily

St. John’s Daily
April 10, 2020

 

Please join St. John’s in the Mountains and Stowe Community for a service of the Last Seven Words of Christ today at 12n. This one hour service will include reflections from clergy and lay leaders from both faith communities and beyond.

Please enter the service in silence and do not “unmute” yourself, yet making sure your volume is on.

I look forward to having you with us.

Fr. Rick Swanson
Rector, St. John’s in the Mountains Episcopal Church

Good Friday Community Service 12 noon

 
Join Zoom Meeting on your computer:
 
https://zoom.us/j/6166139067?pwd=cmM4bFRwS0JCeUcxOUM3N1VIVy9kdz09
 
Meeting ID: 616 613 9067
Password: StJohnsVT
 
Join Zoom meeting on your mobile phone:
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Meeting ID: 616 613 9067
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Join Zoom meeting on your home phone:
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Meeting ID: 616 613 9067
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Zoom Step-by-Step Instructions

Zoom is a “web-based” program that is fairly simple to use for video-conferences. You do not need to have Zoom downloaded on your computer – no software required.

We invite you to log in at 9:00 am. Morning Prayer will begin at 10:00am.

Directions if you are on a computer
(If you want to join by phone, please see instructions below.)

Please follow these steps to help you log on and join in worship on your home computer (desktop, laptop, IPad).

1. Press the link (blue letters) where it reads “Join Zoom Meeting”

2. You will see a new webpage open on your computer. Do not worry, this is normal.

3. You will see a smaller box appear on your screen that reads, “Join with computer Audio”. Press that button. If you have a webcam, there will also be a prompt that reads, “Join with computer video.” If you want to be present via video, then press that button.

4. You should then see yourself and others in small picture frames. This is where you need to be.

If this process is not clear, or as happens on some computer systems, the process described above is not what you are experiencing, please call one of the folks below for assistance.

Nat Kinney 802-730-7574
Roger Nicholls 603-236-1120
Fr. Rick 802-760-7787
Zarina 802-535-7117

Next steps once you are in the video “Church” to help everyone focus and engage in our worship.

1. Once you are in the “room” say hello. Once people have greeted you, please press the “Mute” button on the bottom, left hand corner of the screen. Please leave the mute button on until Fr. Rick asks you to turn it off. Don’t worry, he will!

2. The bulletin for the service will also be seen on your screen once the service begins. It is designed in our traditional manner – all bold-faced text is for everyone to say together.

3. We will not be singing or have music.

4. If you wish to speak during the announcement time, please raise your hand and Fr. Rick will invite you to speak.

5. There is no capability to share the bulletin with individuals on the telephone. You will know some of the prayers and responses, so please join in as you are able.

If you have a camera, you can turn it on so the group can see you, but you can also keep it off. Please respect each person’s choice.

Liturgical Ministry Schedule

LITURGICAL MINISTRY SCHEDULE

To Be Announced

 

Greeter  
Ushers  
Lectors  
Inter/L.E. Min.  
Acolyte  
Organist  
Altar Guild  
Flower Guild  
Counters  
Coffee Hour  
Copley Woodlands Rides  

 

 

Greeter  
Ushers  
Lectors  
Inter/L.E. Min.  
Acolyte  
Organist  
Altar Guild  
Flower Guild  
Counters  
Coffee Hour  
Copley Woodlands Rides  

 

 

Greeter  
Ushers  
Lectors  
Inter/L.E. Min.  
Acolyte  
Organist  
Altar Guild  
Flower Guild  
Counters  
Coffee Hour  
Copley Woodlands Rides  

 

 

Greeter  
Ushers  
Lectors  
Inter/L.E. Min.  
Acolyte  
Organist  
Altar Guild  
Flower Guild  
Counters  
Coffee Hour  
Copley Woodlands Rides  

 

 

Greeter  
Ushers  
Lectors  
Inter/L.E. Min.  
Acolyte  
Organist  
Altar Guild  
Flower Guild  
Counters  
Coffee Hour  
Copley Woodlands Rides  

 

Please see the List below if you find that you are in need of a replacement for your scheduled time. When you find a replacement, please contact Sally in the office with the information as soon as possible. Thank you for any assistance you are able to provide with the liturgical scheduling.

Greeters/Ushers Lectors

Intercessors/Eucharistic Ministers

Barbara Baraw Barbara Baraw Barbara Baraw
Bernice Binginot Hal Morrow Sandy Duncan
Susu & Gordie Brown Bernice Binginot Susu Brown
Leslie Lindig Jan Tichansky Rich Reed (Intercessor. Only)
Fred Harries Deb Clark Bidi Wheelwright
Tim Heath-Swanson    
Pete Johnson Pete Johnson  
Jean O’Rourke Bidi Wheelwright  
Nancy Collins Rich Reed  
Emily Bland Susu Brown  
Joyce Manning Rick Oden (2nd)  
Ethel Merwin Jean O’Rourke (2nd)  
Patty Oden Belle Sanders  
Bidi Wheelwright    
Bill Robinson    
     
     
 
Crucifer/Acolyte Torchbearer Flowers
Jan Tichansky Nathaniel Wells Ethel Merwin Deb Clark
Tom Younkman Griffin Johnson Maggie Morrow  
Rachael Wells Ewan Davies Jean O’Rourke Jill Witten
Tom Younkman   Berta Pykosz  
Nathaniel Wells      
 

 

Altar Guild Counters (2) Sunday School
Barbara Baraw Maria Davies Maria Davies
  Jean O’Rourke Pete Johnson
Susu Brown Barbara Baraw  
Joyce Manning David Hobart Maryellen Sullivan
Patty Oden Ethel Merwin Audrey Coty (on req’d days)
  Sandy Duncan Ethel Merwin
Bernice Binginot Joan O’Keefe Emily Bland
  Barbara Cunningham Jennifer Mauro
  Bill Robinson Lesley Hobart
  Mark Vandenberg Mark Vandenberg
     
Nursery Care    
Carole Younkman    

Seasonal Events

 

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Winter at St. John’s


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Celebration of Black History Month

 

 

A Panel Discussion on Faith and Justice for All Peoples with local advocates for racial equality 

 

Panel participants:

      • Chief Don Stevens, Chief of the Nulhegan Band of the Coosuk-Abenaki Nation
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      • Fr. Joseph Ikegbunam, Parochial Vicar, Blessed Sacrament Roman Catholic Church, Stowe, Vermont
      •  
      • Roger Marcoux, Lamoille County Sheriff
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      • Rev. Dr. Arnold Isidore Thomas, Pastor, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Jericho VT
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      • Marlena Tucker-Fishman, Member of the Waterbury Area Anti-Racism Coalition
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Moderator: Jen Daniels, Steering Team member of the Racial Equity Alliance of Lamoille County (REAL)

 

Sunday, February 21, 2021, 4:00PM
free & open to all 

 

Click here for Zoom registration

Please click here see the first MLK Jr. Panel Discussion from January 17, 2021

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

https://youtu.be/HN6fRgRI2uY

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Vestry Minutes

For immediate release to the St. John’s on the Mountains Congregation – an important update!

After an emergency meeting of the Vestry held last Wednesday on March 11, (all meetings by Zoom) and a work session held on Friday, March 13, we had an emergency meeting at 6 PM on March 17, 2020, that was attended by the full Vestry, our Priest, our Theologian in Residence, our treasurer and assistant treasurer, three members of Outreach, one additional member of the Congregation and a guest, Greg Stefanski, from Capstone Community Action.
The upshot of all of the meetings was the conclusion that, consistent with the St. John’s in the Mountains Mission, that we should make every effort to help mitigate the income loss that many in our Lamoille Communities are suffering because of the current health crisis. In that effort:
1. We approved a working relationship with Capstone Community Action (CCA) and approved a $20,000 grant from the Ann Orlov Outreach Endowment Fund to establish a “Community Fund to Mitigate Income Loss due to the Coronavirus in Lamoille County” for income reimbursement due to the current health crisis
2. CCA will evaluate all applications and pursue appropriate background research to determine assistance needed to cover household costs (utilities, food, etc.) and determine loss of employment and reason for loss for the basis of Community Fund grants.
3. All sources of assistance (need-specific, federal and state funds, unemployment funds, etc.) will be used before Community Fund monies would be allocated.
4. CCA will reach out to other community partners (faith-based and secular) and individuals to invite them to contribute to the fund with the understanding that our gift is the seed monies of the fund.
Your Vestry: Dick Kraemer Sr. Warden, Bill Robinson People’s Warden, Members, Courtney Olmsted, Maria Davies, Jerry Wood and our Priest, Father Rick Swanson