COMPASSION INTO ACTION

Special Events at St. John's

Marion Singers Concert

St. John's is excited and proud to host this male-female Toronto-based a cappella chorus, who will be performing a charity concert in our church, sponsored by the local chapter of GoGo Grannies, with proceeds to benefit the Grandmothers to Grandmothers (G2G) of the Stephen Lewis Foundation, through which African grandmothers care for their orphaned grandchildren.

Please join us in our sanctuary at 7:30 pm on Saturday, October 13 for what promises to be a wonderful concert, directed by the renowned organist and musician Christopher Dawes, in support of this great cause.  Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for youth, available at BookLore or at the door. For more information on GoGo Grannies speak to Chris Cox.

Newfoundland Jiggs Dinner

Friday, October 19 in our hall, jointly sponsored by St. John's and Trillium United Church in Mono Mills, food prepared by The Kitchen at Mono Mills, with food costs offset by parishioner donations. Limited to 100, with a five-piece band and beer-on-tap cash bar. $40 per adult; $10 for children under 10. See our Events Calendar for additional details. Proceeds divided among the restaurant, and our two churches.

World Food Sunday - October 21

This is our Harvest Service, when we will be joined in worship by Trillium United Church, and the two churches will compete to raise the most food/vouchers/cash for the Orangeville Food Bank. Our preacher that morning will be Heather Hayes, Director of the Orangeville Food Bank.

Monthly Men’s Breakfast

At 8:30 on the first Saturday morning of the month from November to April, men from the Orangeville and Caledon region gather at St. John's for fellowship, breakfast and an interesting and informative speaker. All men and young men are welcome.

Upcoming Events

Please refer to our Calendar of Events for details of upcoming events.

 

 

 

 

 

Monthly Men’s Breakfast

At 8:30 on the first Saturday morning of the month from November to April, men from the Orangeville and Caledon region gather at St. John's for fellowship, breakfast and an interesting and informative speaker. All men and young men are welcome.