Hosted by Marilyn Gregory 483‑8387
When: Mondays at 1:30 p.m.
Hosted by Matt and Amy Hawkins. Childcare available. Call or text Matt 805‑844‑2837 or Amy 805‑844‑8662 for address and information.
When: Sunday afternoons
Call Darlene Lashley at 805‑205‑4084.
When: Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m.
Location: Patio Room
Led by Woody Burr 794‑3952.
When: Wednesdays at 7pm
Location: Burr residence. Call for directions.
Led by Rogina Clarke 485‑4526.
When: Wednesday nights at 7pm.
It's always a great day at St. John's! Come celebrate His presence with us!
8:30 am. Traditional Worship
10:00 am. Sounds of the Times
a Grace place - a perfect place for imperfect people
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We’re glad you found your way to us. We are happy to share with you the good news of good things that are taking place in and through our ministry here in Oxnard.
Other than whom you choose to marry or the career track you make, choosing what church you belong to is one of the most important decisions in your life. If you have a curious interest or a tug on your heart to join us, we would be delighted! If you are looking for a perfect church, we’re not it. But if you want to join a people in love with Christ and each other, then we may be an answer to your prayers.
Check out opportunities to get connected through our website, or better yet, come experience what we’re about at one of our worship services. We hope you choose to stop by in person sometime soon!
1500 North C Street
Oxnard, CA 93030, USA
Click on the scripture reference to read the passage.
- What do we learn about Jesus' personality in this chapter?
- Look at what Jesus used to create something new and delicious. What does that say about the instruments God uses?
- How is the wedding at Cana connected to the other parts of this chapter?
“We declare to you what was from the beginning, what we have heard, what we have seen with our eyes, what we have looked at and touched with our hands, concerning the word of life … ” (1 John 1:1)
We encounter God and God’s salvation in embodied ways -- in our bodies’ abilities to perceive familiar realities and to interpret new ones. The Season of Lent provides opportunities to acknowledge this. The season begins with smelly and greasy ash as a stark liturgical reminder of our flesh’s dusty finitude. It will end with our feet washed in cool water or a bittersweet taste of wine in our mouths as we imagine the horrible sight of a man’s body mangled on a cross. In between, Lent allows us to consider together who we are and how we encounter an incarnate God--with all of our senses
Resurrection Sunday (Easter)
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