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Called To Act

 I wrote the study guide at the end of this book.

September 2023 Parish Newsletter

 The cover of the September Newseltter

Door Hangers


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Postcard to Democratic Voters in Ward 6


The front of a postcard that says, "Vote John Bradley Alderman Ward 6."

The back of a postcard that says,   "Hello, neighbor! My name is John Bradley, and I'm running to represent Ward 6 on the City of Hornell Common Council. As a fellow Democrat, I'm asking for your support. Here are a few actions you can take to help get me elected:  "Vote! The election is on Tuesday, November 7, at the Hornell Community Arts Center (56 Broadway). You can vote early between October 28 and November 5.  "Contribute! Any amount from $10 to $100 will be helpful. Every dollar enables us reach more voters.   "Host a Yard Sign! We need 50 residents of Ward 6 to display yard signs on their property.   "Volunteer! We need volunteers to help us knock on doors, make phone calls, and host house parties.  "Connect! Follow our campaign page on Facebook. Subscribe to our email list.   "To learn more about me and to support my campaign, visit our campaign website at or scan this QR code with your phone.  "Paid for by John Bradley."  There is a QR code in the bottom right corner.
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Labyrinth, Gift Brick Pathway, and Butterfly Garden

This project was a team effort, but I was the coach. I wrote the proposal, developed the fundraising campaign, applied for a diocesan mission grant, and managed the installation.

A photo of a Chartres-style labyrinth in a church yard surrounded by a garden connect to the sidewalk with a brick pathway.
The Willie Bilancio Community Labyrinth

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Rainbow Secret Sign From Ephesus
Secret Sign From Ephesus


Rainbow Vortex
Rainbow Vortex

Rainbow Cube
Rainbow Cube

Rainbow Conveyer
Rainbow Conveyor

Rainbow Clock
Rainbow Clock

Campaign Page Banner and Yard Sign


A red, white, and blue Facebook page banner that says, "John Bradley for Ward 6 Alderman."
Facebook page banner

A red, white, and blue yard sign that says, "John Bradley for Ward 6 Alderman."
Yard sign

Democrat John Bradley Running for Hornell’s Ward 6 Alderman

I am thrilled to announce that I am running as a Democratic candidate for Alderman of Ward 6 in the City of Hornell. I am passionate about making Hornell a better place to live, work, and play.

My spouse and I have lived in Hornell for eight years. I have seen the complex challenges facing our city and am committed to collaborating with the other members of the Common Council to find effective solutions. 

If elected as Ward 6 Alderman, I will prioritize economic development, public safety, and improving city services for all residents. With a focus on building strong partnerships with community stakeholders, I am committed to ensuring that the voices of Ward 6 residents are heard and that their needs are addressed.

This is my first time running for an elective office, so I bring a fresh perspective, innovative ideas, and a collaborative approach to governance. Although I am proud to be a member of the Democratic Party, I believe we must move beyond polarizing ideology to adopt practical, common-sense policies that will improve the quality of life for everyone in our community.

Professionally, I work from home as an instructional designer for a communication skills training company. My spouse of 30 years, Michael Hopkins, is a “retired” Episcopal priest who still has an active Sunday ministry with several parishes in Steuben County. I serve on the Vestry of St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church in Bath. I mentor a weekly online class, engage in community organizing for the Buy Nothing Project, and administer a Mastodon server. Michael and I share our home with a beagle and a gray cat adopted from the Finger Lakes SPCA. I enjoy science fiction books, movies, and television shows.

I invite all residents of Ward 6 to support my candidacy and help build a stronger, more vibrant Hornell for all. Together, we can create a better future for our city. You can follow my campaign at Ads

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December 2022 Parish Newsletter

The cover of the December 2022 newsletter Press Release

A Better Social Media Experience for Episcopalians

As dissatisfaction with Twitter and other centralized social media platforms grows, one Episcopalian has responded by launching a Mastodon server geared for Episcopalians. is designed to be a safe and pleasant community for all individuals and groups connected to The Episcopal Church,” said John Clinton Bradley, the administrator of “Our server rules discourage many types of harmful behavior found on other social media platforms. Members are in complete control of what content they see and with whom they interact.”

Mastodon is a decentralized platform of independent servers. Founded in 2016 by Eugen Rochko, Mastodon has steadily grown in popularity. During the last month, thousands of new servers and millions of new members have joined the network. Members of can read, follow, and interact with members of other Mastodon servers if they wish.

Visit to join. Membership is free. It is not supported by advertising, but members are welcome to make recurring donations using Patreon. Members can participate in through a web browser or a mobile app. Logos


Blessing of the Animals


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Facebook event banner

Promotional Materials For Steuben County Fair


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magnetic business card

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vinyl banner

Happy Summer!


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