~ Welcome to St John's Episcopal Church ~

Sunday "In-Person" Services are held at 9:00 am with an additional 4:00 pm Service on the first and third Sundays of the month. The Sunday afternoon services are more family-oriented and our Teen Bible group meets afterward for dinner and study time. Currently, masks are not required for those who have been vaccinated. We provide a live broadcast of our Sunday morning service, our Bible Study and our Wednesday Compline Service on Facebook Live and we offer an in person and online Bible Study on Wednesday mornings at 10 am and an online Compline (or Evening Prayer) Service on Wednesdays at 7:30 pm. Use the link below or or search on Facebook for "stjohnsjohnstown",


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Contact Us

St. John's Episcopal Church

1 N. Market St.
P. O. Box 395
Johnstown, New York 12095
Phone (518) 762-9210

Upcoming Events


Holy Eucharist Service
9:00 AM to 10:15 AM


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  • "My Heart is Hot" Reflections from the border of Poland/Ukraine

    Join us on Thursday, May 19th for "Reflections from the Border of Poland/Ukraine". Mother Laurie and Cheryl McGrattan will speak about their recent volunteer trip with World Central Kitchen, and Cheryl will have stories from the refugee family in Warsaw that she is helping to support. Anna, Cheryl's friend in Poland, will answer questions via video about her experiences and challenges so far from home.

    Special guest, Fr. Vasyl Dovgan, from St. Nicholas Orthodox Ukrainian Church in Troy, will also be speaking. Fr. Dovgan's parents and siblings remain in Ukraine, and Fr. Dovgan will relate stories about how St. Nicholas Church has been able to help those who are staying in the country.

    Complimentary ham sandwiches will be served at 6 pm, and the presentation starts at 6:30 pm. We will also be live streaming the program on FB Live https://www.facebook.com/stjohnsjohnstown

  • Read Mother Laurie's Blog

    Click on the link below or the one on the right of this page to read "Thoughts from the Border of Ukraine" each day.

                             READ THE BLOG


  • Statement from the Interfaith Council of Fulton County on the War in Ukraine

  • Preparing for Sunday

    If you are one of our Sunday readers, click on the picture below to find and practice the assigned readings for your Sunday.
    However, this link also contains a short reflection on each reading, including the gospel, which will be helpful for anyone who wants to understand what we are going to hear about this coming week.

    Preparing for Sunday

Thoughts from the Border of Ukraine
Emergency Care for Ukrainians ~ Help with Travel Expenses!

Mother Laurie and parishioner Cheryl McGrattan are traveling to Poland to assist Ukrainian refugees. For those who would liked to assist with travel costs, you are welcome to use the link below. Most of all, they need your prayers for a safe trip!


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