Our mission is to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ, making
known his redeeming and transforming love.
St. John’s is an Episcopal church belonging to the worldwide Anglican Communion. We are a sacramental church and celebrate Holy Eucharist every Sunday with hymns and prayers, worshiping according to the traditional reformed liturgy found in the Book of Common Prayer. We hold Holy Scripture to be the inspired word of God, interpreted by tradition and godly reason; we proclaim Jesus Christ as the Way, and the Truth, and the Life; and we profess Christian beliefs as set forth in the Apostles’ and Nicene Creeds.
Alcoholism affects people of all walks of life. In order to offer hope and encouragement, St. John’s hosts
an Alcoholics Anonymous group on Friday evenings, as well as two groups of Adult Children of Alcoholics
that meet on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Dementia Friendly Congregation
Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia have impacted St. John’s. Our previous Rector died of
Alzheimer’s and our current Rector witnessed the effect of the disease on his grandfather and his
mother. Because of his personal connection to the disease, he worked for the Alzheimer’s Association
for twelve years. As a parish we participate in the annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s and endeavor to
create a dementia friendly worship space.
The Holy Eucharist is offered every Sunday at 9:30 AM both in person and on our Facebook page. On the
last Saturday of each month, we offer a “Twelve Step Mass” with a focus on recovery.