Sunday Worship

8:00 Holy Communion

Location: Chapel

When: 2nd Sunday of the month

The 8:00 service of Holy Communion is a contemporary language service from Rite II of the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer.  Holy Communion is the central act of Sunday worship in the Episcopal Church.  All people are invited to participate in whatever way is comfortable for them.

The St. John's Men's Breakfast will follow at 8:30 immediately after the service.

9:45 Adult Bible Study

 

Beginning in September and continuing through May on each Sunday Morning 9:45 to 10:45 through Spring 2012, St John’s offers a program of study of the scripture readings for the week.

Fr. Jim Neuburger will lead the class. The Study will be structured around the current week's reading from the Revised Common Lectionary. Discussion will center on understanding the readings as they were heard when first given, understanding their message as we hear them today, and discovering "What God is calling me to do today."

Each study stands on its own - if you were not able to participate in an earlier lesson you will still be fed.

9:45 Children's Chapel and Sunday School

Each Sunday morning children from 4 yrs. to High School will gather in the Chapel for a service of worship and thanksgiving followed by Sunday School.  Curricula are developed based on national materials, and our teachers are all trained and experienced.

11:00 Holy Communion

The 11:00 service of Holy Communion alternates between traditional and contemporary language services from Rite I and Rite II of the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer.  The service including a lessons, sermon, organ music, and choir led hymns.  It incorporates symbols and traditions from both catholic and protestant practice.  Holy Communion is the central act of Sunday worship in the Episcopal Church.  All people are invited to participate in whatever way is comfortable for them.

An attended nursery is provided.

11:00 Morning Prayer

Location: Sanctuary

When: 2nd Sunday of the month

The 11:00 service of Morning Prayer alternates between traditional and contemporary language services from Rite I and Rite II of the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer.  The service including a lessons, sermon, organ music, and choir led hymns. On those Sundays when Morning Prayer is offered Holy Communion is celebrated at 8:00am. 

An attended nursery is provided.