To sign up, please contact Emily McFarland, Director of Stewardship, via email or 415.456.1102, x117.
January 18 will be lucky for someone! Come play Texas Hold’em in a knockout winner takes all tournament – win the $500 pot! Includes all you can eat homemade English pub style food, plus draught beer, wine and soft drinks. Fear you might get knocked out early? Never mind simply move on to a game of pool, foosball or pinball in the Heath’s games room and continue to enjoy the food and fun.
Cost: $175/person for 10 persons
The Olympic Club Lakeside celebrated its 100th birthday in 2018. The Sunday dinner buffet is recognized as one of the membership’s favorite events. The buffet generally consists of soup, numerous salads, cold meats and vegetables, with raw & smoked seafood. The entree usually includes a starch, multiple vegetables, fish and carved prime rib. Guests serve themselves food. Waiters will serve cocktails, wine and other beverages and bus the tables. The Aley & Pidgeon families welcome all members of St. John’s to join us for cocktails before dinner at 5:30pm. We plan to say grace and dine at approximately 6:30 pm. Carpools are encouraged.
We live in a beautiful bubble, and a pressure cooker at the same time. Parents and professionals strive to be accomplished and balanced, while urging kids to be the best that they can be. But things can crack under the strain of perfection, and so many of us fear the possibility of failure. Instead of pushing for perfection, embrace failure and nurture resilience in its place.
Resilience is about flexibility, curiosity, optimism, determination, and healing. It is a state-of-mind and a body-based, biological phenomenon. Resilience is about harnessing the rejuvenating capacity of the brain, mind, and body — even in the face of small setbacks or overwhelming failures and difficulties.
Come join a small group of singles, partners, and parents (no kids please) for an engaging, hands-on experience of resilience that can be translated to your personal, work, and family life.
Cost: $80/person for 12
Sign your child up to make Valentines Day cookies and cards for their classmates, friends and families! We will meet in the parish hall and make both linzer torte cookies and frosted sugar cookies, using all organic ingredients. We will have supplies to craft valentine cards, so have them bring their class roster to make one for each classmate! For ages 6 to 12.
Cost: $50/person for 12 persons
Sign your child up to dye easter eggs and make an Easter wreath decoration. Each child will take home 12 colorful hardboiled eggs ready for the Easter bunny and a cute egg wreath to hang for the season. We will meet in the parish hall and work in the church kitchen as well. For ages 3 to 10.
Cost: $40/person for 12 persons
Learn the basics of knitting in this three-hour beginners class. Participants will master the essential stitches and learn about yarn, needles, and pattern reading. This class is intended for individuals who have never held knitting needles or for those who learned many years ago. It’s never too late to start! And, continue practicing your stitches or begin a first project at the “No Knots Knitting” evenings offered by Jane Heath!
Yarn, needles and the any other necessary items will be provided and they will be yours to take home. Class size is limited to eight students.
Cost: $50/person for 8 people
14 Lagunitas Road (at Shady Lane)
PO Box 217
Ross, CA 94957
8am Service in the Church
9am Family Service In the Parish Hall
10am Service in the Church w/music, Sunday school, & nursery care
7:15am Worship in the Chapel
Noon Eucharist in the Chapel