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Seasonal Events

Autumn at St. John’s

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A Walk and Gathering for Civility and Joy

Sunday, October 15 Starting at 1:00 PM at the Jewish Community of Greater Stowe (JCOGS) and ending at Stowe Community Church with a stop on the Rec Path near Blessed Sacrament Roman Catholic Church.

Please join the Greater Stowe Interfaith Coalition for a Civility Walk to recognize the need for civil dialogue and constructive conversation. This event will begin at the Jewish Community of Greater Stowe (JCOGS) and proceed to Stowe Community Church, with time of prayer and reflection along the way. For those who prefer not to walk, meet in front of Stowe Community Church, 137 Main Street at 2:15pm to join us in song. For more information, please contact Fr. Rick, Deb Clark, Barbara Cunningham or Rich Reed.

Can’t Walk? Join us at Stowe Community Church at 2:15 PM for readings and songs of unity and joy.

In case of Rain, meet at Stowe Community Church at 1:00 PM

Sponsored by the Greater Stowe Interfaith Coalition


Ministry of Silence

 This is reminder and invitation to join St. John’s in the Mountains for our Ministry of Silence, a time of meditation for peace in our nation and world on on the first  Wednesday of every month  from 7:00  to 7:30 PM at St. John’s.
The Ministry of Silence is open to ALL persons,  of all spiritual backgrounds and faith traditions. Please join us.


Reading & Discussion at Stowe Community Church

Beginning June 29 at 7:00pm

 


A Labyrinth Has Come to Stowe Community Church!

Have you ever walked a labyrinth? Unlike a maze, it has no confusing paths or dead ends. It is a single winding path that provides a meditative walk to the center and back out again. It is an ancient circular pattern found in many cultures and dating back over 5000 years.
 
On August 31 we did it! Labyrinth builder Nathan Wiles led the group to create the labyrinth design and paint it onto a 21-foot canvas.
 
On October 14, from 9am to noon we’ll hold a Labyrinth Learning Lab to talk about the history and uses of labyrinths today, including guidelines on how to walk a labyrinth and ending with a labyrinth walk.
 
Please join us for one or both workshops. They will take place in Fellowship Hall and are free of charge. For more information call Kathe Rhinesmith at 253-1942.