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St. John remains committed to continuing our unique Anglican/Episcopal witness to the Gospel in our community. The Holy Eucharist has been and will continue to be celebrated everySunday we have a supply priest.  The remaining Sundays we have morning prayer with reflection conducted by a member of the vestry. We are dedicated to providing ministries throughout our community, such as our Family Night, Christmas for the kids, support of local charities and more. It is our mission to preach the love of God through Christ and to make Him known to the world around us in our words and in our deeds.

Parish Events

Hours of the sale are as follows:
Friday, May 8, 10:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Saturday, May 9, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Sunday, May 10, 9:00 am - 11:00 am

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GERANIUMS ON THE GARTH

 

“Geraniums on the Garth,” the annual flower sale of St. John in the Wilderness Episcopal Church, 13 South Church Street, Elkhorn, is again under way. 
In its 23rd year, the flower sale is a sign of spring and is looked forward to each year by many.  The sale features geraniums, vinca vines, spikes, hanging baskets, and miscellaneous annuals.   These flowers are specially grown for the sale by J & B Garden Center in Delavan.  Pick up dates are over Mother’s Day weekend, May 8, 9, and 10, 2015.  The plants and hanging baskets make wonderful Mother’s Day gifts.
Geraniums are available in four colors: red, salmon, pink, and white.  Geraniums, vinca vines and spikes are $4.50 each, or $4.25 each if purchasing at least one dozen. 
Flats of other traditional annuals, such as alyssum, begonia, dusty miller, impatiens, lobelia, marigolds, pansies, petunias, etc., are also available for $22.00 per flat.     Also available will be tomatoes, peppers, and other vegetables for $2.50 per four-pack, and herbs for $4.50 per 4-1/2 inch pot 
The hanging baskets are $30.00 each, and come in many varieties.   These baskets are spectacular in size and beauty.  Many people end up purchasing more once they see the baskets!

The proceeds from the sale go to community outreach throughout Walworth County.
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Rada Cutlery Fundraising features 100% Made in the USA kitchen products – kitchen knives, utensils, gift sets (also cookbooks, stoneware, soy wax candles and quick mixes). The church will make a 40% profit on the sales.

You will need the following information to give St. John in the Wilderness the credit for the sale.
Order Number: 50434
Password: barb4105 (must be all lower case)

 

The labyrinth is a tool that gives shape to meditation and prayer. Its winding path purposefully knocks the rational mind “off balance” and allows the heart to focus beyond the distractions of this busy world. In religious settings, the labyrinth has been revived as a spiritual tool. It has a wide appeal, inviting us to travel inward and then outward, to open ourselves to new possibilities, to cast off and take up new ways of thinking and being.

Several months ago, one of our church members suggested that it would be interesting to find out about the people memorialized by our stained glass windows. We thought this might be a good time to find out about these pioneers as well as other interesting items relating to our very historic church.

Service Time: 9:30am

Address:13 South Church Street
Elkhorn, WI 53121
contact@stjohnepiscopal.org

Officiates For Coming Sundays

April 12

Morning Prayer

April 19

Father Charles Henery

April 26

Father Jim Kaestner

May 3

Morning Prayer

May 10

Morning Prayer

May 17

Father Charles Henery

May 24

Father Jim Kaestner

May 31

Morning Prayer

June 7

Father Jim Kaestner

June 14

Morning Prayer

June 21

Father John Crist

June 28

Morning Prayer

July 5

Morning Prayer

July 12

Morning Prayer

July 19

Morning Prayer

July 26

Father Jim Kaaestner

August 2

Morning Prayer

August 9

Morning Prayer

August 16

Morning Prayer

August 23

Father Jim Kaestner

August 30

Morning Prayer

September 6

Morning Prayer



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