Prayers & Announcements for Sunday, June 18, 2017
Oraciones y anuncios para domingo, 18 de junio de 2017

  • In the Anglican cycle of prayer, we pray for:
    En el ciclo de oración Anglicana, oremose por:
    St. Peter’s Church, Fraserburgh, Scotland; The Monks of Holy Cross Monastery; Iglesia Episcopal San Fernando Rey, Omoa, Cortez, Honduras; St. Thomas Church, New Haven; All Saints’, Oakville; St. Saviour’s, Old Greenwich; St. Ann’s, Old Lyme; Grace Church, Old Saybrook; Curates; seminary interns; parish assistants and associates; missional curacies.
  • In the parish cycle of prayer, we pray for:
    En el ciclo parroquial de oracion, oremose por:
    Nestor Nazario; Josue Nazario; Jodi Nelson; Delmar & Tom Nelson; Joyce Gizzie & Gus Noonan; Elle & Nicole Nunez; Antoinette Nyirakamana; Virginia & Henry Okakpu; Osvaldo Pagan.
  • We pray for those who have asked for our intercession:
    Oremos por los que pidan nuestro intercession:

    Justino, Monica, all public educators, Sylvester W., Jack, Brianna, Hamsa, Lynne, Orry, Paul, Dave W., Jessica W., Robert D., Michelle, Leo, Desidario family, Barbara, Glen, Greg, Paul P., Tom, Wendy, all first responders and active duty military personnel, George B., Pam, Sarah.

Jazz Concert & CD Release: Rosemary Minkler Trio

Sunday, June 25, 2017
3:00pm at St. John’s Church
Tickets are $5, available in advance, at the door, or online at EventBrite (online service charges apply)

This afternoon’s performance is a showcase of the compositions featured on Rosemary Minkler’s debut album, entitled Prospectus. This self-produced album features all original music performed by Rosemary on piano and vocals, Jeff Moro on bass, and Eric Hallenbeck on drums.  Rosemary has been a member of St. John’s since birth, and leads an ensemble of musicians at the church’s monthly jazz music service. Read more >>

“Chasing the Music” Fundraising Concert

The following announcement is from one of St. John’s community partners in the visual and performing arts.

On Sunday, June 4, 2017 at 2:00pm, at the Palace Theater in downtown Waterbury, the CMAK Sandy Hook Memorial Foundation presents Chasing the Music, a classical music event featuring Saint-Saens’ “Carnival of Animals” performed by members of the New York Philharmonic and friends of cellist Carter Brey. This will be an exceptional event bringing world renown musicians to entertain the audience of adults and youth in support of the CMAK Foundation.

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Easter Flower Fundraiser to Help St. John’s BLOOM AGAIN!

On Saturday, April 15, between 11:00am and 4:00pm, an EASTER FLOWER SALE will take place at the front entrance to St. John’s Episcopal Church, 16 Church Street – at the west end of the Waterbury Green. Beautiful assorted tulips, hyacinths and daffodils foil wrapped in pots along with mini daffodils will be on sale for $10.00 and $5.00 each.

Ryan Gomes who founded Hoops for Heart Health Inc., a non-profit whose mission is to provide educational programs on health, academic and social needs is partnering with St. John’s to help make this a successful fundraiser. “St. John’s Church is a Waterbury icon and I want to do my part in seeing it continues to represent the best of Waterbury,” said Ryan when asked for participation.

Anyone interested in pre-ordering flowers can do so by calling Ken Baranoski at 203-907-6744.

El sábado 15 de abril, entre 11:00 y 16:00, la venta de flor de Pascua tendrá lugar en la entrada principal a la Iglesia Episcopal de San Juan, 16 Church Street, en el extremo oeste de la verde de Waterbury. Hermosos tulipanes, jacintos y narcisos hoja surtido envuelto en macetas junto con narcisos mini estarán en venta por $10.00 y $5.00 cada uno.

Ryan Gomes, quien fundó Hoops for Heart Health Inc., una organización sin fines de lucro cuya misión es ofrecer programas educativos sobre la salud, necesidades académicas y sociales se asocia con la Iglesia de San Juan para ayudar a hacer de este un evento exitoso. “La Iglesia de San Juan es un icono de Waterbury y quiero hacer mi parte al ver sigue representando lo mejor de Waterbury,” dijo Ryan cuando se le preguntó a la participación.

Cualquier persona interesada en pre-venta flores pueden hacerlo llamando al Ken Baranoski en 203-907-6744


“Heroic Music” Concert Raises $6,000

Listeners were treated to an extraordinary aural experience on the afternoon of February 5, 2017, at St. John’s Church, while helping raise nearly $6,000 to benefit the church’s music and community programs. “Heroic Music for Brass and Organ” featured members of the Waterbury Symphony Orchestra and guest organist Joseph Ripka. Members of the Kellogg family, longtime members of St. John’s and WSO patrons, provided the funding to underwrite all production costs of the concert. Read More