St. John’s Spiritual Life Groups nurture the spirit in intentional communities.
In the wider community, we advocate for hunger relief, safe housing, and accessible health services. We pursue our mission through local and global partnerships, personal service, supportive prayer, and financial contributions.
The music program at St. John’s engages people of all ages in a wide range of musical possibilities. Our ensembles provide a sense of belonging, a place where people care about one another. Together we discover what it means to sing and rejoice in the Lord through music.
St. John’s ongoing impact relies on you — our parishioners — to commit time, talent, and financial support, to sustain the ministries that improve the lives of our members and the communities we support.
Safe Church Training is designed to increase awareness regarding sexual misconduct and abuse of power, to outline steps toward preventing abuse, to offer ways to intervene when misconduct occurs and to equip anyone in a position of parish leadership with ways of healing and reduilding the body of Christ.Safe Church Training is required of all clergy, employees, and leaders such as vestry members, lay eucharistic visitors, pastoral visitors, youth leaders, Confirmation sponsors, acolyte leaders, choir directors, church school teachers and volunteers working in a congregation on a regular basis. St. John’s requires this training be completed every five years.
The SAFE GUARDING GOD’S CHILDREN TRAINING is on Saturday, September 19 at 9:00 am. You can check with the church office to find the date of your last training, and if you need to complete the adult and or the child (Safe Guarding God’s Children) portion of the program. Contact for questions and RSVP to the office at 651-228-1172 x 10 or [email protected].