******Wednesdays in Lent******

Stations of the Cross – 6:00 pm

Lenten Meal – 6:30 to 7:00 pm

Lenten Program – 7:00 – 8:00 pm


St. John’s Lenten Program

The Truth About Money:  God’s first delegation to Adam and Eve was to exercise dominion over every part of their life. To take control of their life. From this evolved our Christian teaching of stewardship which is about just that, managing God’s world in a way that reflects His ways and always for His glory. We are God’s stewards, His managers. We are called to manage our time, talents, treasure, relationships, family life, jobs, and yes, even all our gadgets and stuff. When we get stewardship right it changes everything. It changes our perspective on our family and home budgets, our daily decisions, even our purpose in life. When we understand stewardship in this way our lives change with every decision we make.

This year for our Lenten program we will study on what the Bible has to say about an incredible subject… Money. Our leader is Bob Hampton, CPA, CLU, ChFC. Bob is our treasurer and member of our Finance Committee and former vestry member. He is passionate about Christian stewardship and is a gifted teacher. Bob and his wife Lisa have been members of St John’s for many years.

We will be exploring the following topics:

March 13, 2019 – Biblical Stewardship

March 20, 2019 – Getting Out of Debt

March 27, 2019 – Investing for the Future

April 3, 2019 – Giving Back to God

April 10, 2019 – Stewardship of the Culture


Union Gospel Mission:  St. John’s will now be part of an ongoing outreach at Union Gospel Mission. We have committed to serving dinner on the first Saturday of the month beginning April 6. All parishioners are welcome—and encouraged—to take part. More information to come.

SCAC Food Drive:  Help stock the shelves for needy families in our neighborhood!! St. John’s is collecting food for the South Central Alliance of Churches. You can drop off any donations in the Narthex or at the Outreach Table in the hallway between the sanctuary and Mitchell Hall. See flyer for more information.

A Needlepoint Love Story:  Historic Fort Worth, Inc. is delighted to feature again the amazing works of those who needlepoint at a special event at Thistle Hill, Fort Worth’s first historic landmark, February 21-February 24.  In the past 5 years, this exhibit has featured over 374 stitchers and contained more than 3,564 pieces on display from private collections. Some works from our very own Fr. Bob Bosworth will be on display. Visit  www.historicfortworth.org/events-tours/ for more information

Wednesday Potluck: All are welcome to join us Wednesday night for Family Potluck. After dinner, children will have an hour in the Atrium, while adults discuss The Great Divorce, by C.S. Lewis. Teens are welcome to join in the book discussion or have study hall together in the Guild Parlor. Programming ends promptly at 7:30. Nursery available.

Bell Choir to Play Today:  We are pleased to have the Bell Choir joining us at the 9:00 mass this morning!