Rite I Eucharist: 8 am
Rite II Eucharist with music: 10:30 am
Full Worship Time Schedule

Worship

Worship

St. John’s offers Sunday and midweek worship services.

All are welcome to worship at St. John’s; baptized Christians are welcome to participate in Holy Communion.

Worship Times

Mtr. Megan’s Sermons

About Us

About UsWe are an inclusive, progressive and diverse Christian community, dedicated to loving others as Christ has loved us. We welcome all who wish to join us.
 
 
Learn More

Newcomers/Visitors

Newcomers/VisitorsWe extend a warm welcome to all visitors and newcomers! While you’re visiting, please complete a visitor card (at the end of each pew) and place it in the offering plate. We invite everyone to stay after the service for coffee hour in the parish hall.
 
 
Opportunities to Engage

Prayer Requests

Prayer RequestsLet us know if you have a prayer request for yourself or someone else, and we’ll include it in our Sunday bulletin. For indefinite requests, please submit a new request each week. If you have a pastoral care emergency, please call our office or email us.
 
 

Liturgical Season

The season after Pentecost, according to the calendar of the church year (BCP, p. 32) begins on the Monday following Pentecost, and continues through most of the summer and autumn. It may include as many as twenty-eight Sundays, depending on the date of Easter. This includes Trinity Sunday which is the First Sunday after Pentecost. The BCP provides proper collects and readings for the other Sundays of the season. These propers are numbered and designated for use on the Sundays which are closest to specific days in the monthly calendar, whether before or after. For example, Proper 3 is designated for use, if needed, on the Sunday closest to May 25. Proper 29 is designated for use on the Sunday closest to Nov. 23. Prior to the 1979 BCP, Sundays in this long period of the church year were identified and counted in terms of the number of Sundays after Trinity Sunday instead of the number of Sundays after Pentecost. This period is also understood by some as “ordinary time,” a period of the church year not dedicated to a particular season or observance, as in the Roman Rite adapted after Vatican II.

Happening Now

Fall is Here!

Choral Eucharist  resumed on September 8th with the return of our Chancel Choir to the 10:30 service. The choir sings weekly and welcomes new singers! Balcony Bells begin fall rehearsals Sept. 22 at noon. The bells ring seasonally in worship and invite new...

Adult Forum Returns

Between the services on Sept. 1st & 8th, we will discuss the liturgical changes that have been in use over the summer at the 10am service. Come and share what you think over coffee, tea and snacks in the Parish Hall, c. 9:15 to 10:15.        ...