"Pandemic Basket Case Fundraiser"

Our "Pandemic Gift Basket Fundaraiser" has moved online.

It's easy to place an order, simply send us an email to: Stjohnbasketsale@gmail.com 

Include a decription of the item/items you would like and how many, we will send you a reply the same day.

We hope these special creations will bring Joy to the recipients, as we head into the season of Advent.

Orders need to be placed by midnight on Tuesday, Decmeber 1st, some items are limited in supply, in which case - first come, first served. 

Order pick up will happen in the church parking lot on:

Thursday, December 3rd between 1-2pm and

Saturday, December 5th between 11-12noon

If you reside in Maple Ridge or Pitt Meadows and are unable to pick up your order, we can organize delivery to your front door.

With gratitude St. John the Divine

Basket Descriptions & Pricing
COVID- 19 UPDATE
Most Sunday worship services will be held virtually using the ZOOM platform at 10:00am.

The following changes are in effect until further notice...

•All renters & user groups have been suspended •

•Tuesday 9-11a casual, distanced fellowship suspended  •

•Phase 3 services will resume on 20 Dec (Advent 2) •

•Men’s Breakfast is rescheduled to 12 Dec •

•Pandemic Basket Case Fundraiser has moved online, see website for ordering instructions •

•Office visits by appointment Tues & Wed 10a-2p. Please phone or email the office or Rev. Laurel•

Click How To Connect to contact our office with your email, and a link to join the service will be sent to you.

Click News, Schedule & Updates for more detailed information on in-person worship.

SUNDAY WORSHIP: 10a zoom

How to Connect News, Schedule & Updates

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-Bonnie Allan

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