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  • Shrove Tuesday Celebrated

    Neasa Waaler, foreground, and Ian Hockley, behind her, with Jake, Aidan and Teagan during the 57th Annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper.

  • Shrove Tuesday, And Annual Pancake Supper, March 4

    St John's Episcopal Church Warden Bruce Moulthrop was at the church Monday afternoon, affixing a temporary event sign to the St John’s permanent church sign. The church will host its 57th Annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper on March 4.

  • Rock Of Angels Dedicated In Sandy Hook

    Bruce Moulthrop, left, warden of St John’s Episcopal Church, was joined by Selectman James Gaston, Father Mark Moore, Adam Meyer (partially hidden), Richard Gray, five local Scouts and a color guard of Sandy Hook and Sullivan (Me.) firefighters for the brief dedication ceremony of Rock of Angels on Monday behind St John’s Church.

  • Monument From Maine— Sandy Hook Church Field Will Host ‘Rock Of Angels’

    Rock of Angels was loaded onto a 63-foot flatbed truck last week and driven to Sullivan, Me. It will begin its trip south on Saturday, stopping in Hartford on Sunday for a special event, and will arrive in Newtown on Monday, August 12. The monument’s placement in a small field behind St John’s Episcopal Church in Sandy Hook will offer a quiet, permanent place for anyone who wants to pay their respects to those killed on 12/14.

  • St John’s Donut Stop Returning

    St John’s Episcopal Church will have its Donut Stop, with just-cooked donuts served during the first hours of The Great Pootatuck Duck Race, on Saturday, May 25. The church is at 5 Washington Avenue in Sandy Hook, and the sale will run from 9 am until noon, or while supplies last.

  • Unanswered Questions? Alpha Course May Help

    If God did exist, what would you ask?

    Guests will have an opportunity to explore the meaning of life in a relaxed, friendly setting at an Alpha course to be held at The Iron Bridge Restaurant, 100 Church Hill Road in Sandy Hook, on Tuesdays, beginning May 7, at 7 pm.

    During each session, people will enjoy food, laughter, and learning about the teachings of Jesus in an atmosphere where no question about life or God will be seen as too simple or too hostile.

  • Healing Prayer Services To Continue At St John’s

    Friends of St John’s Episcopal Church have been offering healing prayer services, and will continue to do so at 5 Washington Avenue in Sandy Hook, at 7:30 pm on Wednesdays. Christopher and Janet Leighton announced this week that they will continue the special services through at least the end of April.

    The evenings begin with music — to enter into and sing, or just to receive and rest in.

  • Healing Prayer Services To Continue At St John’s

    Friends of St John’s Episcopal Church have been offering healing prayer services, and will continue to do so at 5 Washington Avenue in Sandy Hook, at 7:30 pm on Wednesdays. Christopher and Janet Leighton announced this week that they will continue the special services through at least the end of April.

    The evenings begin with music — to enter into and sing, or just to receive and rest in.