ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH - BROAD CREEK
FORT WASHINGTON, MARYLAND, KING GEORGE'S PARISH

"The Mother Church of the Diocese" Established 1692
 

Sunday Services
School Year

8:00am & 10:30am
Sep - Jun

Nursery Service is now available during the 10:30 service

Summer
One Sunday Service
9:00 am
Jul-Aug

Choral Evensong
Third Sundays 7pm

Sep thru May

Oh no, not again!  Frozen pipes bring frigid flood!

This time the culprit was a frozen pipe in the attic of Bayne Hall on Sunday.
Pledge clerk Carol Thomas raised the alarm, bringing Edith Pulscak, Peter Ulrich, Adam Graham and Jean Anderson-Jones to turn off the water, and mop up the mess.  Their quick response limited the damage to the 2nd floor classroom, the preschool office below, and the two men's rooms.

Music Minister Adam Graham mans the wet vac.

Drying off the preschool office equipment.

Had Carol not discovered the leak before she left, it would have continued flowing till Tuesday, wetting the entire upstairs floor, and accumulating several feet deep in the downstairs preschool area.  (It's happened before.)  We were very lucky this time.  The copper pipe which froze was located above the attic insulation.  It has now been replaced and covered with insulation.

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In Memory of George Jones
Biography

The Palermo Fund

St John’s is collecting donations to the education trust fund for the Palermo children, whose father was killed by Bishop Cook.  Checks should be made payable to St John’s, with the directive, for Palermo Fund.

The charges brought against Bishop Cook are in the following link. http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/baltimore-city/bs-md-ci-palermo-announcement-20150109-story.html

 Bishop Mariann Budde’s Letter to our diocese (read in church 1/11/15), is linked below.
http://www.edow.org/article/response-to-maryland-tragedy/

 Bail Sequel
 
Church Alcohol Policy

It's time to pledge for 2015.
Stewardship Letter and Pledge Card

 A Quick Tour Through Time
The slide show (power point presentation)) given at Homecoming 2014, is now available for those who missed it, or who just want to see it again.
Click here and scroll.

9801 Livingston Road, Fort Washington, MD 20744
 Telephone: 301/248-4290  Fax: 301/248-7838
Email: StJohns1692@verizon.net

Map 
Directions 

Many thanks to the Episcopal Diocese of Washington for providing us with a  home on the web.
This website was updated on Feb 23, 2015

Upcoming Events

Bible Study Series
Thurs, Feb 26, Mar 5 and 12,
from 7:00pm to 8:30pm.
Taught by Rev. Rorke in the church.

13th Annual Ethnic Luncheon
Sun, Mar 1
If you want to help, contact Faith Chisholm 
Flyer

Acolyte Training Plus
Sat, Mar 7 at 10 am in the church,
followed by a trip to watch a Georgetown Men's basketball game.  RSVP to the church office.

WOW Meeting
 Mon, Mar 9 at 7pm
   Addison Room
Optional dinner at 5pm at Charlies Restaurant (non-handicapped accessible)

Quarterly Budget Meeting
Sun, Mar 15 at 9 am and noon
(after each service)

Next Choral Evensong
Sun, Mar 15 at 7pm

Holy Week Services
Maundy Thurs, Apr 2 at 7pm - Service
Good Fri, Apr 3 at noon - Stations of the Cross
and at 7pm - Service
Easter Sun, Apr 5,  8am and 10:30am Services

 

Ongoing Activities

Homework Helpers
Free Tutoring sessions for students in grades 1-8
7pm-8:30pm in Bayne Hall
Tuesday, Sep 2, 2014 thru Jun 9, 2015.
   See our flyer for more details. 

Fort Washington Food Pantry at St. John's
Volunteers needed Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.  High school students can earn community service credits on Saturday mornings, food distribution day. For more information contact the church office.

Knit and Knatter Group
Thurs at 1:30pm in Bayne Hall
Come for fellowship and work on baby caps to be sent to the Frontier Nursing University midwives, in the hills of Kentucky. 

 Brick Project Fundraiser
Leave your mark at St John's with a custom engraved brick, to be placed in the driveway circle.
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