Life at St. John’s is centered in worship. We come together as a community of faith on Sundays to renew our commitment to Jesus Christ, to unite our voices in prayer and song, and to listen, learning what God has in store for us.
At St. John’s, we offer a variety of in-person and virtual opportunities for worship. Please join us however you are able.
Sundays at 8:00 AM: Rite I Eucharist
At this traditional-language, spoken communion service, you’ll find quiet time for reflection and peaceful prayer, gathering with others in St. Mary’s Chapel to hear the day’s sermon and scriptures.
Sundays at 9:00 AM: “Family” Service
This communion service combines scripture, music, lessons, and prayer in a celebration of God’s work in our lives, with music led by the St. John’s Singers. Many of St. John’s children and young adults attend our 9:00 am service with their families. While children are welcomed and loved at all of our worship services, our 9:00 am “family” service provides two unique supports for worshipping families:
- Our new Pray Ground, an area at the front of the Nave where our youngest members can play quietly while also being a part of worship.
- Children’s Chapel, which offers age-appropriate songs, stories, and prayers for children in grade 2 and younger.
Sundays at 11:15 AM: Rite II Eucharist
This communion service is a traditional celebration of God’s love and presence in our lives. We worship through scripture, lessons, prayers, and hymns, with music led by the St. John’s Choir. This service is live streamed on YouTube. Look for the “Live” video on our channel each Sunday, access the stream though our homepage, or check your email on Saturday evenings for specific links. Email [email protected] to join our mailing list.
* NOTE: During the summer, the 9:00 am and 11:15 am worship services are replaced by one mid-morning communion service at 10:00 am.
Sundays at 5:00 PM: “Come as You Are” Eucharist
At our informal yet traditional evening service in the Nave, we sing easily accessible, beautiful hymns with the piano, and gather around the altar together for communion. We often enjoy impromptu discussion after the sermon.