St. John's Mission is 'to worship and grow in God, and to care for
and serve the community'
Over the years, St. John’s has cared for and served people both in our own community and outside our community, by being a part of or supporting the following groups:
Community Unity Halton Hills - Community Unity is a group initiated by the Georgetown & District Ministerial Association. For 10+ years people from various denominations in the Georgetown community have worked together to help people in need. CU organizes Spring & Fall yard cleanups for those in need due to age, health or circumstance. CU works with the Georgetown Bread Basket to provide food for people in need. Check out The CU web site to see what all they do. www.communityunityhaltonhills.com
CASHH’s office is located at 222 Mountainview Rd. N. Georgetown (office currently closed due to COVID) This wonderful group provides help and support to families affected by cancer.
For many years St. John’s has donated a portion of its profits from our annual Irish Stew Supper to support CASHH. We know that cancer affects many families in our community. We are blessed to have CASHH in our community helping so many. Check out the CASHH web site to see what all this amazing group does!
The Inuit Outreach Project - Inuit outreach is organized and run by St. Paul’s, Norval. Clothing and other essential items are gathered and shipped to needy northern communities. You can find more about it on Facebook and Twitter.
PWRDF (Primate’s World Relief & Development Fund) - Over the years, St. John’s has supported PWRDF by organizing fundraising concerts or by donating part of our proceeds from community dinners to help families left in need as the result of floods, tornadoes and other natural disasters. Check out www.pwrdf.org to see what all they do!