Welcome to Fr. Charles Smith, our new
St. John the Evangelist!
When you take an angel off of our St. John’s Angel
tree, you commit to making hopes and dreams
Our Angel Tree program begins the weekend before Thanksgiving!
This program, with your generous support, makes it possible to bring
the magic of Christmas to the underprivileged children, seniors and
local charities, in our community.
Helping with this wonderful program is very easy:
stop by the Church vestibule and pick up an angel from the tree.
Please be careful with your angel and do
not lose it as it will help guarantee that your gift will
go to the correct person in need from our community. If you lose
your angel, please notify the office ASAP so a gift wont be missed
that is requested
on the angel. Gifts are to be wrapped with
the angel attached to the gift.
again, don’t forget to include your Angel code on the gifts! This
way, we will know which person should receive the gifts.
gifts must be returned to the Parish Office by Monday, December 16th
as ALL gifts will be distributed on Saturday, December 21st. If you
return your gift after December 21st, it will not be delivered
may be dropped off in the vestibule of the Church on Saturdays or
Sundays, and at the Parish Office Monday-Friday, 8am-4pm.
you in advance for your generosity!
For our Advent
Now available in the Parish Office
St. John the Evangelist
Each ornament makes a
perfect gift and features our own parish church and Saint
Each ornament is solid
Approximate ornament size is
.02" brass which is gold-plated.
2-5/8" by 2-3/4". Only $20 each.
Our pantry is low on a few staple items. If
you would like to add a few things to your shopping cart, we can
Spaghetti/noodles (16 oz. pkgs.)
Coffee (1 lb.)
You may place your donations in the bin located
near the rear entrance of St. John’s Parish office building.
Vincent de Paul needs your help
Remember, you may
make a donation of unused household items and gently-worn clothing
to St. Vincent de Paul at the White Elephant Store located at
484 Blackwell Rd, Warrenton, VA 20186 (540) 349-0666. Income
from the sale of these items directly benefits our ministry. Thank
you for thinking of us as you clear out closets and storage spaces!
Volunteers Needed: We welcome any and all who
are interested in growing in faith and love of Our Lord through
service to those in need. No prior experience required! Contact Paul
Cocuzza for details. 540-809-9838 or
Please pray for the poor and suffering.
Thank you for your continued support of our
ministry. We will most gratefully share
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"Quo Vadis" means "Where are you going?"
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