Worship, Pray and Connect Online with St. John’s

While our buildings are closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, St. John’s is offering multiple ways for you to worship, pray and connect online.

We’ve created a document with instructions for how to use online tools, including YouTube and Zoom.

To receive information and links to participate in online gatherings, please sign up for our e-mail newsletters by clicking the “Sign Up Now” button at the bottom of this home page.

Sunday worship at 10:30 a.m.

Watch our livestreamed Sunday services (live or anytime afterward) here on our web site or on Facebook or YouTube.

 

Noonday Prayer at 12 p.m. Monday through Friday, and Compline at 9 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday

Participate in real time via Zoom. Or watch without participating via YouTube.

Family Happy Hour on Tuesdays at 5 p.m.

A time for kids (and parents too!) to get together virtually for casual conversation and catch-up. Participate in real time via Zoom.

Contact Us

St. John’s clergy and staff are available by phone and e-mail.

Our Healing Prayer team, who normally provide healing prayers at the main Sunday service, are on call to pray with people over the phone or online. Contact the parish manager, Ellen Dollar, to let her know if you’d like to make a confidential request for healing prayer. She will send your contact information to the healing minister on call for the week.

To stay informed of opportunities to worship and connect:

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