Sunday worship is at the heart of all we do. Many parishioners are active in
liturgical ministry: choir, cantors and instrumentalists, lectors and Eucharistic
ministers, acolytes and altar guild.
Saint John’s follows a two-service (8&10 am) schedule during the “summer”
(Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend) and a three-service schedule
during the school year. The intricately planned Sunday schedule, designed with
worship, education and fellowship for people of all ages and spiritual interests is
There are other study groups: a ladies literary fellowship group, a seasonal Bible or
Theological groups during the week.
When parishioners are ill, clergy and lay ministers are ready to visit, bring Holy
Communion and provide spiritual care. We believe that all parishioners should have
the opportunity to grow spiritually and to receive the love and care of Christ through
Our 8:00 a.m. Eucharist is a traditional Rite 1 liturgy focusing on the spoken
word and the quiet contemplation of how the Holy Spirit moves us and guides us in our
Our 9:15 a.m. Eucharist is a family oriented Rite II liturgy with a mix of
contemporary and traditional music styles. A Children’s Chapel during sermon time
is a special feature that gives parents their own spiritual time.
The Education Hour is nestled between the 9:15 and 11 o’clock services
and provides fellowship and learning for all those who attend. Children attend Sunday
School while adults can choose to attend a variety of weekly seminars on a broad
range of subjects.
Our 11:00 a.m. Eucharist is a more traditional Rite II liturgy full of music
and song. This service features a full choir, congregational singing and inspirational