Children, Youth, and Families

Ice Cream “Sundays”
Sunday, June 18 and Sunday, August 27 at 11am in the Parking Lot
Ice cream and other frozen treats will be served as we celebrate the beginning and the end of summer.


Episcopal Night at the Twins!
Thursday, August 24 at 6:10pm at Target Field
The diocese had so much fun last year that they decided to do it again! See full details and link to purchase tickets at

Creation Care Ministry
Meeting every 2nd Monday from 6:30-7:30pm in the Parking Lot
This summer’s goal is to plant two more pollinator gardens of native species, and host nature walks to enjoy birding and tree identifying with folks of all ages, experience, and abilities. To get involved, contact Johannah Frisby.

Friday Afternoon Bridge
Fridays from 1-3pm in the Fireside Room
We’re a group of parishioners who welcome more players to join us for casual bridge and conversation. We’re happy to provide beginners instruction or refreshers for those of you who played once upon a time. It’s all about having fun! Contact Barbara Lindeke, Phyllis Merrill or Jill Thompson.

All Things Bright and Beautiful
This photo exhibit is now on display in the Parish Hall and the Gallery. 

During the pandemic many of us felt a little claustrophobic, locked down, and unable to leave our homes, we yearned to move, to see the world, and travel to somewhere other than the four walls of our houses. It was during this time that parishioner Beth Rhodes started revisiting her travels by looking through her extensive photo collection. Pictures transport us to other times and places, and as Beth rediscovered, they also capture in a moment, things that we consider bright and beautiful. Seeing the world through the lens of a camera reminded Beth of poem turned into a beloved Anglican hymn.

Even after the lockdown, and as we come out of pandemic, we need to be reminded of all things bright and beautiful in the world that God has made. So, starting Pentecost and going through Labor Day, in the Parish Hall (Gym) and Gallery (the hall outside the Fireside Room and Office) Beth will hang a collection of her favorite pictures from around town and around the world.

Come see the beauty of God’s creation!

Worship and Formation

Racial Reconciliation Holy Eucharists
Every 4th Sunday of the month at 8am and 10am

  • June 25: Honoring Saint Enmegahbowh, with guest preacher the Grant Two Bulls
  • July 23: Honoring Saint Kateri Tekakwitha, with guest preacher the Rev. Barbara Fairbanks
  • August 27: Commemorating the Baptism of Manteo, with guest preacher the Rev. Jim Bear Jacobs


Sacred Art Bible Study
2nd & 4th Thursdays at 10am on Zoom
Scripture comes to life for us as we contemplate sacred art together. Contact Holly Stoerker for the Zoom link.

Deep Dive Bible Study: The Book of Judges
Sundays beginning May 21 at 11:30am in the Library

The group formerly known as the Thursday Evening Bible Study has a new day and time for the summer only. Come anytime! Contact Judy Stack with any questions.

Faith in Action

Hallie Q Brown Farmers’ Market
Mondays-Fridays from 1-4pm, every other week
Our partners at the HQB Food Shelf need help offering a free “farmers’ market” providing vegetables donated by the farmers at our Sunday market in our parking lot! Contact Patty Byrne Pfalz for more info.

City of Saint Paul Trivia Afternoon
Saturday, August 26 from 2-4pm in the Gym/Parish Hall.
Join St. John’s Faith in Action ministries for an afternoon of City of Saint Paul Trivia featuring urban geographer Bill Lindeke! There will be prizes, a signature snack, and beer from Saint Paul breweries (for a free will donation). Read up on your Saint Paul history (especially from Bill’s latest book St. Paul: An Urban Biography) and get ready to compete!

Proceeds will go to support St. John’s Faith in Action ministries, including paying local farmers to deliver fresh produce to our hunger relief partners (First Nations Kitchen, Hallie Q. Brown Community Center, and St. Nicholas Episcopal Church); paying for meals for people transitioning out of homelessness through Project Home; funding new equipment and improvements at St. John’s Health Centre II in Kayoro, Uganda through Give Us Wings; and strengthening our faith community’s commitment to climate justice through our Creation Care team.

Farmer’s Market
Sundays starting at 8am in the Parking Lot
Selling food grown by local Hmong farmers and collecting donations to buy and deliver to produce to our local hunger relief partners.

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