Hospital Albert Schweitzer (HAS), in rural Deschapelles, has been blessed to be supported by St. John’s Church for many years. Perhaps it was as many as 20 years ago that Roy Black, who was then the head of, I believe, the “Mission Committee,” asked me about HAS, and since then, HAS has had the joy of being supported by St. John’s.
Looking for ways to make an impact and clean out your attic or basement? Learn about Middlesex Habitat for Humanity’s Holiday Decor Donation Drive.
2021 marked the first time in over 20 years that St. John’s scrubbed its annual Shrove Tuesday pancake supper and Dixieland jazz concert.
In 1939, “The Back to God Hour” radio show used this anthem as their closing piece, and it was eventually broadcast all over the world.
A former Chief Deputy Leader of the Connecticut State Senate, she serves as Executive Director for Work Vessels for Vets.
Sections of Faure’s Requiem, and his other sacred works, are familiar pieces heard at St John’s, but this week we are presenting his Pavane in F sharp Minor.
This week’s music offering comes to you with an amusing story.
“Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts as you were called. Be filled with the spirit of love, and whatever you say and whatever you do, do so in the name of Christ Jesus.”