Lent, Holy Week, and Easter

February “Must We Do Lent This Year?” To begin from the view that Lent is about death and about losing things is to begin in the wrong place. Lent is, […]


Funerals Our prayers are with you in your time of loss. During COVID-19 Follow this link for a fuller explanation of the guidance and the beliefs and theology that shape these […]


Weddings Congratulations on your engagement! St. John’s celebrates the sacrament of marriage and covenant blessing for members as well as for potential members of the parish, and for those who […]


Holy Baptism is the sacrament by which God adopts us as his children and makes us members of Christ’s Body, the Church, and inheritors of the kingdom of God.  Baptisms are performed […]

Epiphany at St. John’s

A silhouette of three people riding camels at night

Worship Bishop’s VisitOur bishop, the Rt. Rev. Craig Loya, will be visiting us for worship on Sunday, January 10 when we celebrate the Feast of the Baptism of Our Lord […]


We aim to engage a diverse community of faith and enrich each members’ spiritual development through our worship services and Sacred Music series. Our liturgical practice, highlighted by excellence in […]

We’re Still Together

Click here to view our COVID-19 Reopening Status and vestry (leadership committee) plan Stay Connected Sign up for our email newsletter to get weekly links for worship and programming, plus […]

Mission Statement

Carrying On a Great Tradition To learn more about our music programs, contact Director of Music Richard Gray at [email protected] Send Email We aim to engage a diverse community of […]

Worship Servers

Altar Guild The members of St. John’s Altar Guild prepare the altar for all Eucharistic services, which also includes weddings and funerals. Time commitment is less than 1 hour per […]