A traditional parish
St. John’s Chapel is an Episcopalian parish that worships using the traditional 1928 Book of Common Prayer.
A family-focused parish
We conduct Sunday School for adults as well as for parents and their children before the 10:30 am service.
On mission to follow Christ
Our mission is to follow Christ, to worship God, and to work and pray and give for the spread of his kingdom.
Souper Bowl Sunday! – Sunday, February 3rd
In honor of the other super bowl…we take the opportunity today to pass around a soup bowl and ask, if you are willing, to put your loose change in the bowl to help support our local soup kitchens providing meals to those in need. And Happy Super Bowl- may the best team win!
Vestry Meeting – Wednesday, February 6th (6:00pm)
The new St. John’s Vestry will have its first meeting on Wednesday, February 6th. The meeting will focus on administrative issues and organization of the new vestry.
Confirmation Class- Saturday, February 9th (Noon)
If you have never been “officially” confirmed as an Episcopalian and would like to be, come to our confirmation classes. The next class is next Saturday. We will talk about how the Anglican Church got started during the Reformation. There was a lot more at stake than King Henry wanting a new wife. Join us for the rest of the story!
ECW Luncheon returns- Tuesday, February 12 (11:30am – 1:00pm)
All are invited to the BYOL (bring your own lunch) monthly meeting of the St. John’s Episcopal Church Women in the parish hall. Beverages and dessert will be provided.
Farewell for the Lockes – Saturday, March 23rd
Please save the date for a party to thank the Lockes for all they have done during their time with us. Stay tuned for details.
Which made heaven, and earth, the sea, and all that therein is: which keepeth truth for ever