Worship

*NOTE* Due to concerns and safety with the (COVID-19) Coronavirus, all in-person worship services (at the Church) have been canceled.

Our Sunday virtual worship service is livestreamed from Zoom beginning at 9:00 am to our Facebook page and is later published to our Youtube channel.  If you would like to be added to the mailing list to receive Zoom links, please contact the church office at office@stjohnstn.org.

Holy Week

Palm Sunday

  • Online Service –  9:00 AM
  • Distribution of Reserved Sacrament for Easter Sunday Online Communion – 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm (Driveway beside Nave)

Monday 

  • Online Compline – 8:00 PM

Tuesday

  • Distribution of Reserved Sacrament – 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM (Driveway beside Nave)
  • Online Evening Prayer and Healing – 5:30 PM

Wednesday

  • Online Compline – 8:00 PM

Maundy Thursday

  • Online Morning Prayer – 10:00 AM
  • Online Maundy Thursday Liturgy – 7:00 PM

Good Friday

  • Online Liturgy – 12:15 PM
  • Stations of the Cross – 6:30 PM

Saturday

  • Online Easter Vigil – 8:00 PM

Easter

 

Easter Sunday
  • Online Easter Service with Holy Communion – 9:00 AM
  • In-Person Easter Service (Rotary Park – Harris Pavilion) – 11:15 AM

NOTE: The in-person Easter Service will have a maximum of 50 individuals.  Masks are required to be worn at the service.  You are required to make a reservation in order to attend the service. To make a reservation, contact the church office at office@stjohnstn.org.

Easter Season

 

Tentatively from April 11 (Easter 2) through April 25 (Easter 4), we will hold two worship opportunities on Sunday morning:

  • Online Service (no Eucharist) – 9:00 AM
  • In-Person Holy Eucharist (Rotary Park – Harris Pavilion) – 11:15 AM

NOTE: The in-person Service will have a maximum of 50 individuals.  Masks are required to be worn at the service.  You are required to make a reservation in order to attend the service. To make a reservation, contact the church office at office@stjohnstn.org

The 8:00 AM service uses Holy Eucharist Rite I, which employs a more traditional language.  This is a quiet, contemplative, spoken liturgy with no music.  This service is held in the Chapel.

The 10:30 AM service typically uses Holy Eucharist Rite II, which employs a more contemporary language.  This service features the beauty of sacred music with organ and choir. This service is held in the Nave.  Following the service, a social gathering with coffee and light refreshments is held in the narthex of the church.