John's Church and St. John's Episcopal Church Women's Outreach touches the
lives of many people both locally and internationally.
Checks from the Episcopal Church Women being presented to: Neighbors Helping Neighbors, Boys & Girls Club, After School Reading Program, Vinita Day Center, Community Crisis Center, City of Vinita for Summer Swimming Passes, Special Forces Special Olympics and Make-A-Wish Foundation
This is a non profit organization serving low income families with food, clothing, prescription medications, and utilities. This organization provides weekly meals for school children in need through our "Back Pack Program".
A local project that provides a recreational meeting facility and activities for adults who live in boarding homes. This
program provides social activities, sponsors outings and assists with daily
A local service providing a safe haven for people experiencing domestic abuse, sexual assault and stalking.
children in Oklahoma have a parent in prison. Each individual child faces
numerous challenges. Research indicates children of incarcerated parents are
traumatized by separation from their parents, confused by their parents’
actions and stigmatized by the shame of the situation.
ministry team from St. John's brings Holy Eucharist, study and fellowship to
the Northeast Oklahoma Correctional Center two evenings a month (the 2nd and
Christian ministry working as an intermediary between African and American
churches. With help from Episcopal, Methodist, Presbyterian, Lutheran, and
Anglican denominations, they provide funding for orphan and refugee relief
missions and evangelism in East Africa. The support they receive is to provide school fees, tuition, books, and
of the Kossoye Development Program is to help the University of Gondar faculty
and students spread household gardening to as many neighborhoods and families
using community workshops, seed distributions, and school gardening and
grants for a wide variety of mission activities throughout the world.
on providing books and other written material to small churches, missions,
seminarians and schools.
Provide medical services to the rural communities including home health care,
safe drinking water, malaria control and HIV/Aids prevention and treatment.
Educational opportunities for the disadvantaged including a secondary education
and/or vocational training and family planning Public
improvement of local infrastructures.
John’s sponsors 2 students at the Kibingo Girls Secondary School in
Kabwohe-Sheema, Uganda, East Africa. St. John’s sponsors both girls. Providing funds for tuition, expenses, and
St. John’s Episcopal Church
522 W. Canadian St. | P.O. Box 165 | Vinita, OK 74301