This, and every Sunday, we invite you to join us in-person or online with your family and friends at 10am on Facebook. Please check back often for upcoming events that engage with our ministries online.

Upcoming Events and Announcements



COFFEE HOUR has resumed after the 10:00 Service. Click HERE to sign-up to host.  We need more volunteers to host coffee hour. Coffee, tea, or punch with some cookies is all that is needed. This time of fellowship is an important part of the life of the church and a wonderful way to make visitors feel at home. Please email Laura Daly at if you are interested in volunteering. Thanks!

Family Service

An informal, child-friendly worship service for the entire family!

October through May on Sunday mornings, once a month
10 a.m. service

Upcoming Events

Come to shop from 9am - 2pm for: home furnishings, patio furniture, kitchen Items, small decorative items, linens, and more.

The Washington Refugee Resettlement Project
proudly announcing a showing of 
Alibaba Awrang's internationally celebrated calligraphy
at the Oliver Wolcott Library in Litchfield
June 4th - July 18th

For those who love to sing in church, St. John’s welcomes pick-up singers to join the “summer choir,” which begins on Sunday, June 30th.  Those who wish to participate on any given Sunday during the summer months are welcome to just show up a few minutes early in the choir stalls to go over the congregational hymns and propers for the day with the organist.  Please invite your friends and neighbors to come and make a joyful noise!


On behalf of the Washington Council of Congregations, St. John’s will be hosting a Blood Drive July 12th.  The Red Cross will be taking appointments for that date.  To make an appointment, go online:


"The Book of 2 Samuel"

 Friday at 10:30 a.m. in the Parish Library

Fr. Geoff, our Priest-in-Charge, is leading a serious weekly study of the Book of 2 Samuel. The class is open to all interested persons in the community. BYOB, bring your own Bible.  Spread the word!

 St. John's Reading Club


Brian Moore's "Catholics: A Novel" to gather for a Group Discussion via ZOOM, so start reading now.

The parable-like Catholics is a futuristic tale of ecclesiastical politics and moral questioning.  Written in 1972 and set in the near future, it features a world where the Catholic Church as gone beyond Vatican II and has now abandoned almost all its mysteries for a more secular form of worship.  Confession, along with the traditional Latin Mass has been banned, in preparation for a merging of Christian and Buddhist faiths  There is however, resistance from a remove Irish Abbey which continues with the old traditions.

The St. John's Reading Club is open to the public and meets regularly via ZOOM to discuss a novel previously selected. It is assumed that all participants will have already read the book by the time of the meeting, at which all will be welcome to discuss their reactions to the work with all the others gathered.

The Washington Refugee Resettlement Project (WRRP) is an IRIS Community Co-Sponsor!

If you would like to VOLUNTEER, click HERE for an online application to fill out for one of the many teams needed.

If you  want to make a DONATION to support our efforts, Click HERE.

If you want to stay connected, click HERE for updates.

St. John's Calendar

  • 2024-06-26 8:30 am - 9:30 am ECCT Clergy/Bishops
  • 2024-07-03 8:30 am - 9:30 am ECCT Clergy/Bishops
  • 2024-07-10 8:30 am - 9:30 am ECCT Clergy/Bishops
  • 2024-07-17 8:30 am - 9:30 am ECCT Clergy/Bishops
  • 2024-07-24 8:30 am - 9:30 am ECCT Clergy/Bishops