CELEBRATING 250 YEARS OF FAITH IN JOHNSTOWN, NY Thank you for visiting our website! St. John’s Episcopal Church is an historical place of worship in the center of downtown Johnstown, New York. Our Sunday Holy Eucharistic is celebrated at 8:00 am and 10:00 am by our Rector, The Rev. Laurie Garramone. The 8:00 am service is spoken while the 10:00 am service includes organ music, hymns and an anthem by the St. John’s Adult Choir. Children's Chapel is held during the 10:00 am service. An informal coffee hour follows the 10:00 am service every Sunday.
Please consider this a heartfelt invitation to visit us at St. John's. Check the announcements and calendar on this page to note the date and time of services or call our church office at (518) 762-9210. We look forward to meeting you!
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Jenna and Whitney (at Dunluce Castle in this picture), Donna and Mother Laurie talk about the Mission Trip to Northern Ireland on Sunday, July 26th at both 8 and 10 a.m. services. Irish sweets and treats will be served between both services--scones, biscuits and Belfast tea! Please join us.
To read Bishop Bill's recent letter regarding the Episcopal Church's recent decisions regarding the marriage canon at the triennial convention held in Salt Lake City, UT earlier this month, click on the following link: http://www.albanyepiscopaldiocese.org/
Hard copies are also available in the church and the church office.
Click on the link to read the Gazette article about last Monday's Common Council resolutions related to St. John's Church:
Final blog entry as I fly home, and lessons learned in the past three weeks.
See all of you tomorrow morning!!! (Or at least some of you...) ML+ Click Here
The Red Cross and the Fulton County Civil Defense and Fire Department are offering FREE installation of home smoke detectors for all Fulton County residents beginning on July 25, 2015, and continuing until supplies are exhausted. To make an appointment, call (518) 694-5121 or Click Here for more information (scroll to bottom of page for registration form).
My latest blog entry has been posted a few days late. It's about the celebrations of the Twelfth which commemorate the events of 1690 when William of Orange defeated King James. Controversial and prone to physical and verbal conflict, the marches and bonfires continue to promote their twin themes of civil and religious freedom, although the perspective is decidedly skewed in one direction on this day. ML+
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Copies of the Bulletin and Announcements for the coming Sunday can always be found in the "Sunday Services" AND the "Info" tabs at the top of this Home Page.
Study Lectionary Readings for the coming Sunday -- Click Here