St. John’s Church offers traditional worship from the
1928 Book of Common Prayer.
We invite you to join us
The Jubilate Deo
Like Psalm 95, the Venite, Psalm 100, the Jubilate Deo is an invitatory psalm, a call to “all lands” to join in enthusiastic and joyful corporate worship of the Lord, and to “serve [him] with gladness”; who made all things, and who made the faithful out of every nation his people, by freely setting his […]
Te Deum Laudamus
All prayer is common prayer, whether we know it or not. We never worship alone, but always in community. That much we know from the very first words of the Lord’s Prayer: “Our Father”. But many psalms (e.g. 95, 148, 149, 150) indicate that in worship, we take part in, and make conscious, known and […]
Epiphany is a Greek word, found in the Bible, and it means the manifestation (or appearing, showing forth) of divine glory. What we celebrate on Epiphany (January 6, and the season that follows it) is the manifestation of God’s glory in Christ. On Christmas we celebrated God’s becoming Man – “the Word was made flesh, […]