Worship Times

Online Worship

We are offering Morning Prayer daily, and Sunday services, online, even as we begin to meet in person again.

Weekdays we gather at 9:30 a.m.  on Facebook and YouTube for Morning Prayer; all are welcome! Services are saved to be viewed any time.
Sunday services begin at 10:30; the livestream begins earlier.

Join us on Sunday, March 7, 2021 at 10:30 a.m. on Facebook Live and YouTube.   The service bulletin is available here.

In-Person Worship

The bishop has told us we can worship inside now (on a limited basis)!  On March 7 and March 21, people who have pre-registered can come to church at 10:30, and participate in the worship service that appears on Facebook Live and Youtube.

Sign up here 

You will still need to wear a mask, and to remain 6 feet apart.  Music will still be recorded and online, and we aren’t up to doing Eucharist yet–this is just an opportunity for us to be together in a way we haven’t been able to manage for a year.

Worship with the Diocese on March 14!

On Sunday, March 14th at 10:00 a.m., Bishop DeDe Duncan-Probe will lead an online worship service for the entire Diocese. One year from the initial impact of the COVID-19 crisis, we will gather as one body to renew our baptismal and ordination vows and affirm our common call to ministry.

This diocesan service gives parish clergy and worship leaders an opportunity to take a Sunday Sabbath during the COVID-19 crisis.

Join via Zoom (please register for the link) or Facebook live (facebook.com/cnyepiscopal/live).

Past Services

All of our online services are archived on Facebook and YouTube for viewing on your own schedule.

Looking for a past service bulletin or a service from a specific date?  See our Past Services page for bulletins and links to the Facebook and/or YouTube stream.

Mtr. Megan offers Morning Prayer (with the Great Litany) Monday-Friday at 9:30AM, and we have a service of antecommunion on Sundays at 10:30AM.
Click/tap on one of the two links below, then click/tap the thumbnail for desired video
YouTube Live https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxbb-xYRK4JHJvOG7iI_NVA
Facebook Live https://www.facebook.com/pg/stjohnsithaca/videos/

Instructions for Lesson Readers

Online Services @ The National Cathedral

Palm Sunday, 2018

Mtr. Megan Castellan’s first service @ St. John’s Episcopal Church, Ithaca NY; photo by Libby Hedrick.