Ministries at St. John's

In our quest to be the hands and feet of Christ on earth, St. John's is a bustling place. Our many ministries give all the opportunity to care for our neighbors and to be good stewards of the gifts we have been given and to put our personal gifts to God's use.

Sunday School and Youth Ministries: Our children are an integral part of worship, Sunday School, outreach, ministries and fellowship. They grow up knowing that St. John's Cares.  Learn More →

St. John's Choir: Bringing people closer to God through music. Learn More →

Adult Christian Education: Continue your faith journey through our Adult Forum on Sunday mornings and Reflections at the Rectory on alternating Tuesday evenings. Learn More →

Altar and Flower Guild: God's faithful housekeepers prepare our altar for worship and enhance our worship with some of God's most beautiful creations. Learn More →

Buildings and Grounds Committee: Being good stewards of the gifts God has given us by keeping our facilities in tip-top shape. Learn More →

Prayer Warriors: Using the power of prayer to heal, comfort, and strengthen our lives and the lives of those we love. Learn More →

Episcopal Church Women (ECW):  Enhancing parish life through prayer, friendship, laughter, learning and good works. Learn More →

Knitting Circle: Knitting away the cold for people in need in our neighborhood and around the world. Learn More → 

Book Club: Combining intellectual stimulation, fellowship, and snacks to die for, this is not your ordinary book club. Learn More →

Worship Ministries: Providing vital assistance at worship by serving as Acolytes, Lay Eucharistic Ministers (LEMs), Lectors, and Ushers.  Learn More →

Hospitality Committee: Providing sustenance for fellowship and other services that welcome parishioners and guests alike. Learn More →

Communications/Evangelism Committee: Using the right mix of words, actions, and technology to engage our members and bring new people closer to God. Learn More →

Stewardship Committee: Inspiring others to share their time, talent, and treasure for the well-being of the Church family God has so graciously shared with us. Learn More →