Coffee Discussion: Jan 27th 2019

Coffee Meeting: Jan 27th, 2019! Monsignor Rassbach will be at The Common Cup in Amity, Oregon, on Sunday Jan 27th, from 11 AM to 1 PM. The AJC's theme this year is centered around the concept of the Divine Feminine in Gnosticism. He'll be there to discuss whatever's on your mind about the Divine Feminine, especially in the context of the Gospel of John. I'll also bring my divination cards.

About the Apostolic Johannite Church

Please Join us December 14, 2017 at 7:30 PM

235 NE 3rd Street
(Elevator at back of building)
McMinnville, OR

Call 503 208 6029 to RSVP or email [email protected]

Initiated by the Baptist, transmitted by the Apostle, and restored in the modern era, the Apostolic Johannite Church enacts the Johannite Tradition through an esoteric, Gnostic and Christian path of spiritual understanding and self-discovery.  Ignited in community, nurtured by individual practice, and fed by service, the Sacred Flame of Gnosis embodied in the tradition of the Holy Saints John, lives anew through the work of the Apostolic Johannite Church.

Come and meet Monsignor Rassbach, and experience a different kind of Church.

New Narthex, McMinnville Oregon – Our Lady of the Woods

The Apostolic Johannite Church and the Archdiocese of Wisconsin are pleased to announce the formation of a new Gnostic Christian community in McMinnville OregonOur Lady of the Woods Narthexof the Apostolic Johannite Church is forming under the leadership of Monsignor Scott Rassbach.

The first meeting will take place at 235 NE Third street, on the third floor, on June 22, 2017 at 7:00 pm. There will be a follow up meeting on Saturday, July 1, 2017, at the same location, at 2:30 pm. There are stairs in the front of the address, and an elevator in the back.

The first meetings will focus on what Gnosticism is, and how does the Apostolic Johannite Church teach and enact gnostic principles.

A Narthex is the Johannite community’s name for a study group and prayer fellowship. It takes its name from the technical term for the entrance to a church building. It is the area where those new to the congregation would meet before and after service to learn, talk, and discuss.

Our Lady of the Woods is the patron saint of Oregon. By taking this name for the community, we honor both the divine feminine within the Apostolic Johannite Church, our location in Oregon, and the Marian and Sophianic currents in the gnostic tradition.

The Apostolic Johannite Church is a global network of Johannite communities that focus on supporting individual and direct experience of the Divine through fellowship, meditation and prayer, service and ritual, lively discussion and study.

We have parishes and study groups across the USA, Canada, Spain, Australia and New Zealand and we welcome anyone who comes respectfully and openly to our service.

Come as you are, and stay as long or as little as you like and share your pilgrimage toward the Divine.

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