God calls us to be in community for worship and fellowship
Through Baptism we are all sisters and brothers in Christ
Our very love for each other leads us to protect one another and to watch over
those who are most vulnerable
A Seuss inspired journey through the Epistles. "Oh, The Places You'll Go!"
An All Ages, All Household
Vacation Bible School Experience
We are welcoming as our neighbors Afghans and other refugees by furnishing the first apartments of refugees legally being resettled in our community by the U.S. State Department and International Rescue Committee. We have committed to furnish one apartment in November. We hope to do this with another parish...
Caring for our companion animals is an important part of who we are as people of faith and as stewards of God’s creation. Our lives, and the lives of our companion animals, are deeply enriched through our time together. It is hoped that this resource of prayers will enrich our shared lives by marking the events, from welcoming into a new home to final goodbyes, with the acknowledgement of God’s presence and grace.
We are a diverse Christian fellowship that reflects the broad and changing demographics of our community. We come to this community from across the street and around the world to celebrate Christ’s love through the rich heritage of the traditions of the Episcopal and Anglican church. We welcome all children of God who feel called to join in our faith community and our mission to grow in faith, proclaim the Good News of God in Christ, and to answer our Lord's call to seek justice, reconciliation and Shalom for all humanity.
Our Mission at St. John's is to nurture Christ-centered lives,
in our children, teens and adults, which will find its deepest expression in carrying out our Lord's command to love one another as God loves us. We express our discipleship through joyous worship, welcoming all who come to us, empowering Christian education, sustaining a compassionate and kind fellowship, all the while working in the world for the justice, reconciliation and peace of God's Kingdom.