The Men of St. John’s⊕

Men of St. John’s Church, Annual Meeting,
Tuesday, September 26, 2023

6 pm, Green Meldrim House
Parishioners are asked to pay $15 and guests, $10
Appetizers and libations will be provided.

After a fellowship and a short business meeting, Fr. Will Brown, a longtime friend of St. John’s parish and avid outdoorsman, will speak about his newly published book that focuses on God and nature.   To register/ RSVP online, click HERE. 

Annual Oyster Roast & Barbecue, Feb. 11, 2024

The next St. John’s oyster roast and BBQ, sponsored by the Men of St, John’s, will be Saturday, Feb. 11, 2024, at Camp Villa Marie, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Bring your family and invite friends to enjoy delicious food and beverages, music, and a bouncy house. All bakers are encouraged to bring a dessert to share. Advanced tickets will go online in January 2024. For questions, contact Sean Finnegan at 912-441-3267 or


The Men of St. John’s Church unite the gentlemen of the church in a program of worship, study, service, and fellowship in order to deepen and strengthen their spiritual lives and enhance the service for the church and the parish, the community, the diocese, the nation, and the world. All male members of the church are considered to be members of the Men’s Club.

Two major fellowship and fundraising events are held each year, a very popular oyster roast held in January of the year. The men of the church also provide lay readers for morning and evening prayer, sponsor several events including evensongs, parish picnics, parish suppers, as well as providing ushers throughout the year.

An opportunity exists for men of all ages to participate and support the parish. Please contact the office to be connected with a member of the men’s club. We have a place for you! 

For more information on Adult Education & Small Group Fellowship opportunities click HERE.

Come join us as we reflect on the fundamentals of Christian theology, that we might be better equipped to understand, and rightfully live, the Christian life God calls us to as men in our families, in his church, and in society.