Welcome to St. John's
St. John's Episcopal Church is a vibrant congregation with a big heart.
Shrine Mont Retreat October 14 - 16
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Welcome to St. John’s Episcopal Church, serving Arlington for more than 120 years. We invite you to join us as we celebrate our life together in Christ. We are an inclusive and welcoming community of faith, and questions are always welcome here. We are committed to helping people establish a deeper relationship with God in Christ.
We are a worshiping community. We believe that regular worship, hearing Holy Scripture, and celebrating Holy Communion are the foundations of our faith and spiritual growth.
We are a learning community. We offer Christian education for all. Young children learn how much God loves them through Bible lessons, art projects, song and presentations in church, as well as service projects. Older children and teens experience a combination of service projects and theological reflection. Adults attend our Sunday Seminar, where we share lively presentations and discussions on spiritual issues and current events.
The Rev. Ann B. Barker and the people of St. John’s
For individual messages from the people of St. John's, please scroll to the bottom of the page.
Sunday Worship Times
8:00 am Holy Eucharist using Rite I, preserves the more traditional “Elizabethan” English. This service is spoken.
10:00 am Holy Eucharist, Rite II, uses contemporary wording. Hymns and service music are led by our choir.
9:00 am Adult Sunday Seminar
10:00 am Child and Youth Christian Education
Child care is provided from 10 am on Sunday.
Our Parishioners Speak About St. John's
St. John’s is a very important part of my family! I am very blessed that I was drawn to St. John’s The friendship, love and support that every member displays every time we get together is also given to every person who joins us.
St John's has been a part of our lives for many years. We felt at home the first Easter we attended when our daughter was in 1st grade. She has now graduated high school and we are so lucky she's had this loving community around her.
Carrie, Bryan and Madeline Harbin
St. John's has been my home of worship for more than 10 years. The celebrants and congregation are a caring group and the conversation is enlightening. From the youngest to the oldest, anyone who desires to worship or serve God is given the opportunity, and all have an equal place at the table.
- LOGOS -- October Issue is available.
- Sunday Program for Children and Youth Begins Sept 11
- Update on Vision, Mission, and 2016 Goals for St. John's
- Recruiting for a Family Programs Director
- Photos from Vacation Bible School
- April 17 -- Between Hope and Fear - A Conversation with Islam
- Visit us on Facebook!
- Christmas Pageant a Great Success
- Pancake Supper - Tues. Feb. 9 6-7:30
- Join in a New Year’s Family Vision Board Party Jan 10