What are the office hours at the church? The parish offices are open Monday through Thursday 9:00am-3:00pm and Friday 9:00am-12:00pm noon. You may call the office at (989) 631-2260 or visit our pages for clergy and parish staff to contact a St. John's staff member directly.
I have a pastoral care emergency, what do I do? Our rector has regular office hours Monday through Thursday 9:00am - 5:00pm. You may reach The Rev. Kenneth Hitch by calling our parish office at (989) 631-2260 or by emailing him at email@example.com. If outside of office hours, please try Ken at 802-999-3697.
When are worship services? Sunday mornings at 8:00am and 10:00am; Wednesdays at noon. For more information on worship at St. John's Episcopal Church, please visit the Worship section of our website.
What is available for children? We offer nursery care, privacy rocking chairs and worship bags for in-church activity for the youngest in our pews. Presently, we are unable to offer our usual range of age-based faith formation Sunday classes. Spring 2017 - The search is underway for a full time Assistant to the Rector whose focus will be on Youth & Children's Ministries. Our usual offerings aim to help youngsters experience Christian education geared for their age. Click here for more details on Youth Formation at St. John's.
How do I get involved? Taking a look at our regular volunteer and small group opportunities is a great start! Check off the areas of interest to you, submit the electronic form and a ministry leader from St. John's will contact you. If you prefer to discuss your involvement more personally, please email email Ministry Coordinator Carol Sullivan or call her through the main office (989) 631-2260.
How do I post an announcement in the Sunday bulletin, newsletter or website? Call our office at (989) 631-2260 or email us. There are normally no concerns with submissions but if we are unable to post your content (text, photos, etc.), we'll let you know.
I'm considering becoming an Episcopalian.... In a live Q&A, the recently former presiding bishop of The Episcopal Church, Most Rev. Dr. Katharine Jefferts Schoris, was asked what she would say to a person considering becoming an Episcopalian. Click on this 2 minute video for her answer.
I'm not familiar with some of the terms used in church, can I get a little help? Absolutely! The Episcopal Church site has a comprehensive glossary page and you're always welcome to ask our clergy about things referenced in church.
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