This blog continues our reflection on the methods and ideas of the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd. The Eucharistic service in the Book of Common Prayer has a central and meaningful place in the Atrium. The word “liturgy” has it’s roots in secular classical Greek. It meant a “public work” that was undertaken on behalf of […]
Those who visit St. John’s on a Sunday morning discover that our worship is provided from the Book of Common Prayer. Much of the liturgies it contains can be traced back at least to the middle of the second century AD. With regard to the Mass there are two interrelated parts that make up the […]
St. John’s “Purpose Statement” reads: “With God’s Grace, Saint John’s Church is seeking to be a welcoming community of Christian faith, dedicated to the work of Jesus Christ through reverent worship of Almighty God, exercising daily prayer, providing fellowship, Christian formation, and outreach, that by faithful stewardship we will take the message of Christ into […]
Choral Evensong will be celebrated on November 1st, being the Feast of All Saints, at 7:00 pm. Please join us! Holy Scripture calls Christians to pray. St. Paul tells the Church in Thessalonica to “pray constantly,” (1Th 5:17). St. Jude writes in his letter “But you, beloved, building yourselves up on your most holy faith; […]
The Handbell Choir performed on Sunday, March 24th at the 11:15 am service at St. John’s. Enjoy.