A Message Regarding Worship

St. John’s worship is held on Sundays at 9:00am.  We hold a traditional Rite II service with Communion. Current Covid-19 protocols require social distancing, with masks optional.
Join us for coffee and fellowship in our Great Hall immediately following the service!

“If it’s not about love, it’s not about God.”
                                                     -Presiding Bishop Michael Curry

ALL people are welcome at St. John’s
and in the Episcopal Church.

“These Doors Are Open for Prayer and Peace.” 

Our God is a God of abundance.  Many will remember the old offertory sentence when the priest received the offering: “All things come of thee, O Lord.”  That abundance is best reflected in the love that God has for all of God’s creation.  And we try to imitate God’s love to all who come within the sphere of St. John’s.

Although our God is changeless, we are in a phase of transition and are tying on new ways of doing and being church in a different, more creative, way.  In particular, we have to find a new way to gather as a community for Worship of almighty God and for fellowship.  St. John’s is trying on new ideas which are designed for the “current moment.”  Keep in mind, that “current moment” has been changing since January 2020 and will continue to do so.

As our society moves into new “phases” we must look at how we can be God’s Beloved Community.  St. John’s endeavors to do this by using the most up to date methods at our disposal while always keeping in mind the safety of all.  Through a combination of live and live streamed Worship, meetings on Zoom, and having our Worship Services available on our Facebook page, we want to assist as many as possible in coming to God and learning the practices for a Jesus-centered life.

Services at St. John’s Church:

Sunday, 9 AM: Holy Eucharist Rite II; In-person and live-streamed on St. John’s Facebook Page.

Parish Office Telephone:  (203) 239-0156

Parish Address:  3 Trumbull Place, North Haven, CT 06473

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