St. John’s Church offers traditional worship from the
1928 Book of Common Prayer.
We invite you to join us
Praying for the Church
Praying for the Church (Part 1): A lively, not dead faith, is fruitful in good works, especially charity; and the gospel, truly preached, truly believed, creates and sustains the Church, “which is the blessed company of all faithful people”, united in holy fellowship with God and each other. Where the gospel is proclaimed, and the […]
New Choices for Families on Sundays
The Family Service at 9 a.m. is now a permanent part of our Sunday service schedule. About this Service: Currently located in the intimacy of the chapel, this service is a shorter form of Morning Prayer (Holy Communion once a month). Some aspects of it that are helpful to know: This service will last about 45 […]
Science & Technology: Is There Room for God in Our Understanding of Reality?
Five Talks by Jon Sprague: If you did not have the opportunity to attend these talks or missed one, we invite you to view these recorded talks by Jon Sprague. Jon explores whether science is capable of providing answers to the important questions we face in our lives, and whether there is even space for […]
Why We Stay
It is a puzzle to Christians who have left the Episcopal Church: why would faithful Christians stay? Given its manifest errors, and its resistance to reform, is it not their duty to leave it, and to seek to build new institutions elsewhere? Do we not want to be part of a church in which the […]
Looking at Pictures
Simply to ask the question, what am I seeing? and to start answering that question, allows the picture to speak with an eloquence that may astonish you. It’s a bit like reading a text or learning a language – As Fr Crouse would say, you keeping staring at it until it makes sense.