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Worship Schedule

St. John’s worship schedule offers service styles consistent with the Book of Common Prayer and yet, offers a variety in music and setting depending on your preference.

Weekly Worship Schedule

Saturday,  5:00 pm: Holy Eucharist Rite II with hymns

Rite II is written with contemporary language and begins on pg 355 of the Book of Common Prayer

Sunday,  7:30 am: Holy Eucharist Rite I with hymns

Rite I is written with Elizabethan language and begins on pg 323 of the Book of Common Prayer

Sunday,  8:45 am: Holy Eucharist Rite II in the main worship space with hymns

Sunday, 8:45 am: Holy Eucharist Rite II in the Parish Hall

  • Contemporary Praise Band

Children’s Chapel, 8:45 am - 9:25 am

Children’s Chapel (ages 3-5 years old) While we strongly encourage all St. John’s families to worship together, some families appreciate a little help teaching their children the basics of church life and communal worship. This is where the Children’s Chapel comes into play! Located between Tilson Hall and the Parish Hall, the Children’s Chapel provides space for age-appropriate lessons about church life (such as “Why do we have candles in worship?” or “Why do people dip their fingers in the font?”) and the Bible. Children also enjoy songs and other activities designed to engage their interests and energies. Parents drop off their children starting at 8:40 am, and pick-up their children during the Peace and Announcements portion of the worship service (around 9:20 am).

Sunday, 11:15 am: Holy Eucharist Rite II in the main worship space with hymns

  • Traditional Choral Music

Tuesday, 12 noon: Healing Service with Holy Communion and Anointing with oil (Chapel)

Anointing with oil for many different purposes was commonly practiced throughout the Scriptures. The New Testament mentions it specifically in connection with praying for the sick. On one occasion Jesus sent out the twelve disciples on a mission; they "anointed many sick people with oil and healed them" (Mark 6:13). 

In the Episcopal Church, we believe neither the laying on of hands nor anointing with oil is required for healing, for often in Scripture healing takes place without either. But at times the touch of a praying person and the application of oil are an encouragement to faith, and such a practice is grounded in Scripture (James 5:14-16). 

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Weekday Worship Schedule

  • Monday, 7:00 am, Morning Prayer (Chapel)
  • Tuesday through Friday, 9:00 am, Morning Prayer (Chapel)
  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, 5:45 pm, Evening Prayer (Chapel)