June 2022  
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Our Mission

To experience and share

The Transforming Love of Jesus Christ

Saint John's Episcopal Church

St. John's Parish is a Bible-centered, progressive church while sharing in the rich traditions of liturgy that have their roots
within the early Church. With a congregation that includes many young families with children and mature adults, St. John’s is a diverse family that is open to everyone.  Please feel free to learn more about us online or visit us at any time.


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We are regathering!
Join us in-person at our Sunday services!
At this time, we are recommending masks to be worn
if you are not vaccinated.

Our Sunday Schedule

Holy Eucharist at 8:00 am and 11:00 am

Sunday Worship on-line at 9:30 am via Facebook.

Join us online via the link below to our Facebook page.

Click here to view the 9:30 on-line service:
St Johns Roseville Facebook Page

Click here for the on-line service Booklet:
The Third Sunday after Pentecost

Click here for the Announcements:


"...do not use your freedom as an opportunity for
self-indulgence, but through love become slaves to
one another."

Join us for Morning Prayer at 9:00 am


Evening Prayer at 5:00 pm

(every day except Sunday)

Click here to view the on-line service:

St. John's Roseville Facebook Page


St. John's Fireworks Booth-June 28th-July 4th-
We need your help!

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Once again this year we will be selling fireworks by Trader Joe's. This is a major fundraiser for the church and many hands are needed to help support this effort. Please consider volunteering for one or more two hour time slots. No experience necessary, and it is loads of fun. You must be 18 to volunteer!

Here is the link for the Volunteer Sign Up Sheet: Fireworks Sign Up Sheet

Thanks for your help!


New Sacred Ground Dialogue Circles To Begin August 10th-Save the Date!

Our next series of Sacred Ground Dialogue Circles will begin on August 10th (from 7-9 pm), and will continue bi-weekly on Wednesday nights for 11 sessions (with a short break for Thanksgiving and Christmas). Participants will be asked to purchase two books that will be used throughout the series. Scholarships are available for those unable to afford the cost of the books.

Sacred Ground is a film- and readings-based dialogue series on race, grounded in faith. Small groups (6-14 persons) are invited come together bi-weekly (via Zoom) and walk through chapters of America's history of race and racism, while weaving in threads of family story, economic class, and political and regional identity.

This is a race dialogue series designed for these times. It is an attempt to be responsive to the profound challenges that currently exist in our society. It is focused on the challenges that swirl around issues of race and racism, as well as the difficult, but respectful and transformative, dialogue we need to have with each other about them. 

Participants are invited to walk back through history in order to peel away the layers that brought us to today, and to do so in a personal way, reflecting on family histories and stories, as well as important narratives that shape the collective American story. Diverse viewpoints are welcomed and encouraged as we commit to learning from each other as we are guided by the Holy Spirit in this work.

It holds the vision of beloved community as a guiding star - where all people are honored and protected and nurtured as beloved children of God, where we weep at one another's pain and seek one another's flourishing.

Here is a link to a short video that will provide you with more information: We Bless You

For more information, or to register for the program, please contact Fr. Cliff (haggenjos@comcast.net or 707.235.9728), or contact Pat Kuethe at the church office (916.786.6911 ext.3)

Rector's Bible Study

The Gospel of Matthew

Note: No Bible Study on June 28 and 30 due to the Fireworks Booth

We continue our study of the Gospel of Matthew. Join us as you are able.

Two sessions are offered each week (the same material is covered at each session). Join us Tuesday evenings at 7 pm or Thursday mornings at 10 am. All are welcome. No experience necessary. We meet via Zoom.

´╗┐Here is the link:  Rector's Bible Study

The Meeting ID is: 869 8447 8324. The Passcode is: 319155

Fr Cliff sends out an outline each week before the sessions. Let him know of your interest and he will put you on the distribution list.



The Gathering Inn - Campus of Hope

Recently, we were treated to a video presentation by The Gathering Inn to highlight an ambitious project called
The Campus of Hope. To be located in an Industrial area of Placer County, this will be a center which will provide:

  • 240 micro-units of extremely low-income affordable housing for families, seniors, veterans, and individuals.
  • A Development Center providing an array of support services designed to encourage and equip residents with structured programs with a focus on healthy living, on-going recovery, and employment.
  • 200 emergency housing beds designed to move chronically homeless individuals on a Pathway out of homelessness in a safe, clean & sober environment.
  • 50 low-demand emergency housing beds offered toward those law enforcement outreach team encounters as they enforce the no-camping” ordinance.
  • A Restoration Center offering a powerhouse of resources and services that guide families and individuals towards addressing their root cause of homelessness. The Center will offer behavioral health care, medical care, addiction recovery, life skills and more.

Click Here for a : Campus of Hope Virtual Tour

The Gathering Inn needs your signature on their petition to the Placer County Board of Supervisors to encourage them to provide support for the Center. If you haven't already done so, please go to The Gathering Inn/Campus and sign the petition.  Thank you for your support!

Contact Us  
St. John's Episcopal Church
2351 Pleasant Grove Blvd.
Roseville, California 95747
Phone 916-786-6911
Fax 916-786-6403
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