Richmond Sunday Streets is coming to our neighborhood on July 13th, 11am to 4pm. Sunday Streets is a car-free event, closing off miles of city streets, opening them up for people to participate in free activities and to get out and be active for the set duration.
Below is a map of the Sunday Streets route.
Arguello Blvd (from Lake St to Fulton) will be blocked off (no car access) and a no parking zone from 8am to 4pm. Unfortunately if cars are parked on Arguello, they will be towed. You may want to take that into consideration when coming to church for worship.
There will be four cross streets accessible for cars to pass through Arguello:
St. John’s will be participating by inviting people to participate in different prayer activities. Come for the fun!
SF Giants vs. LA Dodgers
Sunday, September 14
Come out and watch the Giants play. Great activity for all ages.
Great food, great view, great company, and hopefully a great game.
Bleacher Seats: Tickets cost $35.
Make check payable to: St. John’s Presbyterian Church
For more information: Chris Nussbaum, firstname.lastname@example.org
Come to Ocean Beach on May 4 at 6.30-8.30pm for bonfire, fellowship, and kite-flying. There will also be s’mores. Bring a picnic dinner or snacks, blankets and chairs to sit on as well.
Look for the red blinking light to locate our group.
St. John’s Land’s End Walk & Reflection
Everyone’s in invited!
Bring a knapsack, a bag lunch, and your walking shoes to church.
Immediately following the service we will gather
at Land’s End Lookout Visitor’s Center,
and walk the Coastal Trail to Land’s End*.
We’ll have lunch together along the way, a time of reflection, and maybe some fun.
Lands End Lookout Visitor’s Center,
680 Point Lobos Ave,
Day & Time:
Sunday, May 18, ~11:30am
1-‐3 miles, distance will be determinedby the group’s ability and desire
All ages, activities planned to include kids and adults
Walking/hiking shoes, daypack, clothing for warm and cool weather (layers best), hat, sunscreen, sun glasses
Food & Drink:
Bring a bag lunch and bottled water
David Altshuler, Seminary Intern
The kids held a journal & bake sale to raise money for Heifer Project International. With money raised from the sale and other donations, the kids raised $700!
With that money, they purchased the following animals:
Water Buffalo ($250)
Provide rich milk that is high in protein and nutrients
Make farming easier by tilling fields and providing fertilizer
Produces as many as 16 piglets that can be sold for income
Creates a steady supply of organic fertilizer, increasing crop yields
Be sold for income, providing money for medicine
Boost crop production by providing fertilizer
Provides milk, cheese and butter for nourishment
Boosts income through sales of extra milk and wool
Encourages better crop yields by creating fertilizer and clearing land
Boosts income through sales of honey, wax and pollen
Stimulates growth of the family’s crops through pollination
Provides warm clothing for families living in harsh environments
Boosts income through sales of extra wool
Enable families to Pass on the Gift to others quickly