St. John’s is committed to living our Baptismal Covenant to seek and serve Christ in all.
Laundry Love Clean clothes are essential to a sense of self worth, yet doing laundry at a laundromat is expensive. You can help by volunteering to help our neighbors do their laundry from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. the third Saturday of each month at Richmond Coin Laundry at the corner of Nine Mile Road and N. 25th Street. Please contact David Curtis with any questions. Next Laundry Love Day– Saturday, March 21. Please note the new time.
Join the $5 Club: Pledge to spend $5 a month on non-perishable foods to feed others. Bring your donations on the first Sunday of each month, or deposit them in the basket at the rear of the church at any time.
First Fruits Sundays: First Sunday of every month. Bring non-perishable food to church for donation to the Christ Ascension Food Pantry. They always need cereal, canned pasta, tuna, and peanut butter. Next First Fruits Sunday—March 1
Important Note:The Food Pantry is very low on canned fruit, boxed spaghetti, canned chicken, and saltines.
RE:work Richmond Volunteer Opportunities Support Re:Work Richmond, the new East End employment initiative that St. Peter’s Episcopal Church launched this spring. New volunteer opportunities are continually being identified, and you are invited to complete one of the “Good Neighbor Network” cards now available in the Parish Hall. Completed forms can be placed in the basket provided, or delivered to the Parish House. For any questions, contact Diana Vasquez.