Saturdays at Six
A Concert of
Anglo-American Choral Classics
Given by The Choir of
The Church of the Epiphany, Washington, DC
With music by WIlliam Byrd, Herbert Howells, C. H. H. Parry,
Leo Sowerby, Gerre Hancock and others
This concert is presented at the end of Saturday evening's Mass, at which the Epiphany choir will also sing.
Saturday 16th June 2018 at 6:00pm
St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church
44 Bridge Street, Lambertville, NJ 08530
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Macaroni & Cheese
Canned - Chili, Corn, Creamed Corn, Fruit, Macaroni, Meats - Chicken, Hams, Peaches, Peas Potatoes, Ravioli, Spaghetti, Tomatoes, Carrots, Vegetables
Soup - Canned Chicken Noodle, Cream of Chicken, Cream of Mushroom, Lentil, Potato, Tomato, Split pea, Vegetable
Beans - all types, bags, Cans, Black, Cannellini, Garbanzo, White
Snacks - Cookies
The Holy Spirit came upon the Apostles in Jerusalem on that First Pentecost.
With the Grace and Gifts of the Holy Spirit the message of the Good News of Jesus Christ has spread too many areas of the world. The message is still be shared by Christians in many ways to others each day around the world.
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Monday & Tuesday, March 5 & 6, 2018 @ 7:00pm
The Woman at the Well
An Encounter With Jesus Christ
Parish Lenten Retreat
Rev. James F. Considine
Monday, March 5, 2018 @ 7:00pm
Tuesday, March 6, 2018 @ 7:00pm
St. John the Evangelist Church
44 Bridge Street
Lambertville, NJ 08530
Letter from Bishop James F. Checchio
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
You and I are privileged to be called to carry out the very work of Jesus. What an honor for us to join the long line of people going back 2,000 years who have been doing this since the time of the Apostles! Thanks be to God for the faithfulness of so many generations of people between the Apostles and us! Now it is our time to continue the work of evangelization. Through the ministries and services of our Diocese, we strive to light a fire in the heart of our world, here in this beautiful part of New Jersey. Let us strive together to kindle the fire of Christ within us, so that we can share this beautiful light with others. Our neighborhoods and homes, our parishes and schools, our hospitals and social agencies—everywhere that we go is affected by the faith and Christian values we have and give witness to through our actions; and how our world needs this now! Thank you for all that you do in the work of evangelization, passing on the faith entrusted to us by our Lord Himself.
It is because of the faithful generosity of people like you that the Diocese of Metuchen has been able to build up programs and organizations that have served our Church and society so well through the years. We have reorganized these ministries this past year and were able to cut down our overhead. The increased generosity of our faithful helped us to balance our budget last year too! Thank you! Even though I am told that our Mass count for last year increased by 3,000 souls over the previous year (what a blessing!), the challenging times in which we live call us to double down in our evangelization efforts to spread the faith to new believers and bring back others who have drifted away from us. Likewise, new ways of keeping our youth involved in the Church are a priority for the upcoming year. Gratefully, our number of seminarians has increased to 19, the most we have had in many years, so we need more help with the increased costs of this blessing too! The ministries and new initiatives high-lighted in the enclosed brochure are just some of the ways we are working to bring Christ’s saving message to all people and we need your continued support of the Bishop’s Annual Appeal to embark upon this new chapter of evangelization.
We need the help of every household in our efforts! Please help today! Would you prayerfully consider making a sacrificial gift, knowing that we are cooperating with the grace of the Holy Spirit and Lighting a Fire in the Heart of our World.
With renewed best wishes, I remain
Yours in Christ,
Most Reverend James F. Checchio, JCD, MBA
Bishop of Metuchen
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Saint John Bosco's vision is still helping
children today. Salesian Missions is dedicated to caring for
poor children throughout the globe in more than 130
countries. Its more than just feeding the poor or helping
homeless children. Our mission focuses on rebuilding lives and
helping young people become self-sufficient by learning a
trade that will help them gain employment, which in turn
Our Fall Breavement Ministry Sessions will begin on Tuesday, September 19, 2017.
We will meet in the Parish Hall at 7:00pm
On the weekend of August 26 and August 27, 2017, there will be a representative of the Breavement Ministry present after all of the St. John Masses to answer your questions and welcome you to the sessions.