Worship Schedule at St. John's
**Due to current social distancing precautions, the 8am Sunday service is suspended, while the 10am Sunday and Wednesday evening Celtic services are hosted via Zoom.
Please call the Parish office at 201-327-0703 or email email@example.com for more information and Zoom links.**
8:00 am-Holy Eucharist (Spoken)
A shorter intimate service of Holy Communion (Mass) utilizing Elizabethan English . It is followed by Coffee Hour and Summer Breakfasts July and August.
10:00 am-Holy Eucharist (Choral)
A traditional service of Holy Communion(Mass) with Choir, followed by Coffee Hour
Family Service on the Third Sunday of the Month September through June
* Music by the Cherubs and Choristers Children's Choirs
*Children read the lesson and lead the prayers
9:45 am-Church School for Pre-school through 8th Grade
9:30-9:55 am- High School Youth (Youth Room)
11:30 am First & Third Sunday of the Month Youth Confirmation Class
Professionally staffed infant and chilcare is provided year round on Sunday morning for children up to 3 years of age from 9:30-11:30am
Meditative Celtic Service
Wednesday Evenings at 7:30 PM
About each service:
8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist: a traditional liturgy with a sermon and no music.
10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist: a more contemporary liturgy with music by our choirs and sermon.
Family Service On the 3rd Sunday of the month the children actively participate in the liturgy; there is a children’s sermon, our Cherubs and Choristers supplement our music and families enjoy worshipping together.
Rite of Healing: Following both services there is an opportunity for prayers for healing offered by the priest at the communion rail.
Celtic Meditative Service: Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m.—a brief, quiet, reflective, service of Holy Communion.
Our music program is a rich and vital part of our worship experience and parish life. There are vocal and instrumental opportunities for children, youth and adults. We enjoy one of the finest pipe organs in the region.
All are welcome at our Lord’s Table to receive the sacrament.