Worship at St. John’s this Sunday, March 22nd
St. John’s United Church in downtown Oakville is looking for a 20 hour weekly Administrator. We are a vibrant, engaged congregation of 250 families in need of an individual able to identify and manage connections within our community, and manage confidential records, information, and external and internal communications. As an integral member of our staff […]
Due to weather, St. John’s office will be closed today, February 12th. Stay home, and stay warm!
Join us for an evening of music and song at the Sounds of Love & Hope, a benefit concert for the Stephen Lewis Foundation. Featuring Mervyn Russell, Herb Williams, Charlene Pauls and the Raise Her Voice Chamber Choir! Marketplace and silent auction 6:30 p.m. Concert 7:30 p.m. St.John’s United Church – 262 Randall St. Oakville […]
***IMPORTANT INFORMATION. PLEASE SHARE*** Good morning! Please note that due to the risk of freezing rain in the forecast, the decision has been made to CANCEL our Worship Service at 10:30 a.m. and Annual General Meeting today. Although it has been a difficult decision we want people to be safe and not […]
St. John’s United Church in Downtown Oakville requires a student for a 7-week summer placement through the Canada Summer Jobs program. Candidates must be enrolled, or accepted for fall placement in a post-secondary education program. The position reports to the Property Team of the church, supervised by the Church custodian, and will be responsible for […]
More than $600.00 was raised today in support of Indigenous Scholarships – the men of St. John’s again proved their culinary cake skills are unsurpassed!
Our confirmation class, and youth group kids had a great time putting together blessing bags and making lunches this morning, for our outreach ministry in Hamilton. Our pew folks, in the past few weeks filled these blessing bags with soaps, shampoo, socks, hats, mitts and other personal items that we take for granted – but others received […]
The 2017 Confirmation class at St. John’s is an amazing group of young people and their adult mentors that meet regularly to think and talk faith. This past Saturday found them baking bread from scratch, sharing personal faith stories, and having an awesome pizza lunch- growing deeper in faith and understanding of who Jesus is, and […]
Click on the link below to read the story as published this week in the Oakville Beaver, behind the installation of the windows at the Randall Street entrance. http://www.insidehalton.com/community-story/6999330-windows-make-their-way-home-from-oakville-trafalgar-memorial-hospital/