Upcoming Events

Made In the Image of God: 

The Bible and Our Stories 

Wednesday, March 11, 7:00pm

In the Library 

Our God is a teller of stories. Indeed, the Hebrew and Christian Scriptures are a series of stories (not to mention a master story!) of God’s work in human history and of God’s saving power. We reflect God’s image both through our own storytelling and through our participation in God’s stories of grace, courage, justice, and love. In the second session of our Lenten series, we’ll explore the scriptural foundation for our faith that we are made in God’s image, and we’ll also begin to discover, through our own stories, how each of us uniquely carries God’s image.

Led by our Clergy

Made In the Image of God: 
A Lenten Journey

Scripture teaches us that we are each made in the image of God. But what does that mean, and

how do we live more fully into that wonderful, stunning, disconcerting reality? This Lent we’ll explore our identity as bearers of God’s image in the world, and we’ll engage together in practices

that will help us remember who and whose we are.

Please join us on Sunday Mornings at 9:15 am and Wednesday Nights at 7 pm.  Schedules below

Come to one or many. 

All are Welcome 

St. John's Civil Rights Pilgrimage 

On May 16, 2020 a group of 22 adults will leave from St. John's to embark on a 9-day, life-changing journey into America's south to learn about one of the defining events in American history, the Civil Rights Movement.  Our pilgrimage will take us to significant Civil Rights sites in Alabama, Tennessee and Mississippi where we will learn about the transformative role played by thousands of ordinary individuals who fought to make real the ideals of justice and equality.On our way back to Royal Oak we will stop in Ferguson, Missouri and Chicago, Illinois to confront Civil Rights issues facing us today.

There is still room for adults to join us on our pilgrimage.  A General Information Packet about the pilgrimage (cost, itinerary, route, etc.) is now available  at St. John's and can be downloaded here.  

Any questions please contact Rosemary Spatafora at rspatafora@comcast.net or 248-544-4504.

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St. John's Episcopal Church

26998 Woodward Avenue

Royal Oak, MI 48067
Telephone: (248) 546-1255

Office Hours :Monday - Friday 10 -4

On the Woodward FAST Bus Route  

Info Here

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