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!
To see a copy of this Sunday's Bulletin, press the "Sunday Services" tab above, or Click Here.
Linda Jenks, parishioner at St. John's, and Elizabeth (Bunny) Morgan of Queensbury, helped create altar linens for a very special service next month at Leicester Cathedral in England. In 2012, scientists verified the authenticity of the remains of King Richard III (b. 1452- d. 1485), discovered in Leicester in an unmarked grave. His remains will be reinterred at the Leicester Cathedral in March. Click Here for a video news story. Click Here for yesterday's story in the Glens Falls newspaper.
Listen to the full service of Holy Eucharist at St. John's ~ Click Here
Join us for the Stations of the Cross on Fridays at 6:30 pm.
Join us in the study of the Purpose Driven Life by Rick Warren. We will have four regular meeting times each week during Lent ~ Wednesdays at 6:30 a.m., Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m., Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. and Sundays right after the 10 a.m. service. All discussions will be held at One Church Street. Contact the church office at 762-9210 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain a study book.
Bishop Love has issued the annual Call to Convention to be held in Speculator, NY. For more information, Click Here.
Study Lectionary Readings for the coming Sunday -- Click Here