St. John’s is committed to living our Baptismal Covenant to seek and serve Christ in all.
Join the $5 Club: Pledge to spend $5 a month on non-perishable foods to feed others.
First Fruits Sundays: During COVID-19 social distancing, we will collect food on first and third Saturdays. Bring non-perishable food items to the church for donation to the Christ Ascension Food Pantry. Next collection–Saturday, July 19, 10:00 a.m.- 12:00 noon.
Items most needed:
- canned chicken
- string beans
- Vienna Sausage
School Supply Drive for Bellevue Elementary School
St. John’s will collect school supplies for Bellevue Elementary School during our August First Fruits Drop Offs.
- School supplies needed:
- black and white composition books
- loose leaf paper
- #2 pencils
- black pens
- 16 pack crayons
- glue sticks
Drop off your donations Saturdays, August 1 and 15, from 10:00 a.m. to 12 noon. And, remember: school supplies are tax free during August in Virginia!Please contact Carolyn Dallas with any questions.
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– Cancelled until further notice
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.
The Market at 25th Street Community Rewards Program Please support the new Market at 25th Street, which provides a full array of nutritious foods and vital services to the East End neighborhood. The market has recently initiated a rewards program for area churches, agreeing to contribute 3% of all purchases made by their members. Cards are available at the market’s service desk, or enroll by clicking here. Simply write St. John’s in the organization line when you enroll, and all your purchases will count toward St. John’s monthly rewards.
Sign-up at Kroger for the Good of St. John’s
St. John’s participates in Kroger’s Community Rewards program, receiving funds based on a percentage of total purchases made with Kroger cards linked to St. John’s. To link your card, sign up here. Use account code 81386 and click “Search.” Funds received support St. John’s ministries, and we are grateful.