8 a.m. Said Mass
Traditional Language (Holy Eucharist Rite I), without hymns
10 a.m. Sung Mass
Contemporary Language (Holy Eucharist Rite II), with hymns and chancel choir (September through May)
Typically, once a quarter St. John's celebrates only one Sunday service - a combined Mass at 9 a.m. followed by a festive gathering.
At both services, nursery care is available for children under the age of four.
Candace Mitchell serves as our nursery care attendant. The nursery is located on the upper level. Children are encouraged to be with their families in worship. Children are blessings and children are not always quiet. St. John's is blessed with small children and we celebrate the voices and cries of children as a sign of health and a future generation in faith.
Sunday worship at St. John's is orderly and reverent.
Those gathering for worship sit, stand, and kneel in pews. When people enter for worship, common practices include reverencing the altar with either a slight bow or genuflection and quiet time in prayer, preparing for worship. Dress at St. John's varies from formal to casual.
Worship at St. John's includes both the Word of God as found in the reading and preaching of Holy Scripture and the celebration of the Eucharist.
All baptized Christians are welcomed to receive the Sacrament of Communion at the altar. Baptisms are celebrated during certain seasons of the year.
10:30 a.m. Feast Mass
Traditional Language (Holy Eucharist Rite I) - typically celebrating a Feast Day or Season in the Church Calendar. This service overlaps with the St. John's Food Pantry.
Additional worship opportunities such as Holy Days, Evensongs, or other services will be posted under Special Events.