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. [Note that the Choir and Children's Chapel are on vacation during the summer months] 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!
We are invited to join our brothers and sisters for an evening service of remembrance at Knesseth Israel Synagogue in Gloversville on Wednesday, May 5th at 7 p.m. . The speaker will be Murray Jaros, who was a child during the time of the Holocaust. All are welcome. The address for Knesseth Israel is 34 E. Fulton Street, Gloversville, NY
Our service for the Ascension Day will be at 12 noon in the church. All are welcome!
Join Rev. Alistair and Mtr. Laurie along with other local pastors and churches at the Gloversville Rail Trail Park on Thursday evning at 7 p.m for a time of ecumenical prayer for our national concerns. We will be part of a network of thousands of prayer warriors across the country who will spend time in intentional prayer for our government, our election year, our military personnel, and our local municipalities.
Congratulations to Laurie Garramone and Alistair Morrison who celebrated their wedding at St. John's on April 3, 2016!
Click Here to view the entire wedding on video.
To read about Mother Laurie's trip to Israel, select the "Blog" tab at the top of this page, or Click Here.
Study Lectionary Readings for the coming Sunday -- Click Here