• June 20, 2021 DOUBLE Baptisms
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                ~ Welcome to St John's Episcopal Church ~

Our Sunday Services are held at 9:00 am during the summer months. Masks are no longer required for vaccinated people. For those who feel they need the added protection of  wearing masks, and for all those not vaccinated against COVID19, masks should be worn inside the church. We provide a live broadcast of the services on Facebook using the link below - 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

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  • Current Downloads for Services

    Our usual Sunday services are at 9 am (in person and online)
    (4 pm services will resume in September)
    Click here to go directly to our Facebook page for our live and archived broadcasts.
    Our Wednesday Service is at 12:05 p.m (in person only)
    For your convenience and easier printing, all forms have been re-formatted to letter-size. You may need to set your printer preferences to landscape orientation, and flip document on short edge for proper printing. 

    Select to View  Worship Leaflet for Pentecost

    Select to View Bulletin/Prayer List/Announcements
                                             for August 8, 2021

    Select to View  Readings for August 8, 2021

    Select to View August 8, 2021 One Church Street Info
                                           & Announcements


  • Extended Hours at the Food Pantry

    As of July 10, the Twin Cities Council of Churches Food Pantry at One Church Street has added hours of operation to include Saturday mornings. 

    Starting this week, the hours will be:           Wednesdays:  9 a.m. - Noon
                                                                                  Saturdays:  10 a.m. - Noon

  • Gazette article about One Church Street!!! June 28, 2021

    Click on the link below to access the article. Our 'little' project made the front page of the Local section with a big, fat picture of our beautiful building!!! (Alistair took the picture and is quite proud!)

    Here's the link to the article--please share the news with others--we still have a ways to go with our fundraising and we are always grateful for our community partners.        Gazette article

  • June 20, 2021 Some Covid 19 restrictions are rolled back!

    Beginning on June 20--Father's Day!!--St. John's will be able to relax some of our Covid 19 restrictions. These include:

    • Vaccinated people no longer need to wear masks except while receiving communion.
    • Pews that were once blocked off are now open again!
    • Yes, we can sing with our masks off now.

    We are asking those who are unvaccinated to continue to wear masks in church and while singing at this time due to the very low rates of vaccination in Fulton County. Basically we are asking you to stay safe and to make safe decisions for yourself and your family.

    Full details of the changes can be found at this link--I encourage you to read the entire letter, which contains Questions and Answers for most concerns people might have.    Click Here

  • Martha Small Scholarship 2021

    The 2021 Martha Ross Scholarship recipient is Colleen Long. Colleen is a Johnstown High School senior who plans to study music at Hartwick College in the Fall. Colleen is an active member of Holy Trinity Church and states "Devotion is a universal state of being, and it's a life changing one".

    The St. John's MRS Scholarship Committee and the Small Family are grateful for your continued support as we recognize and financially assist our JHS students in the pursuit of their continued education.

  • Bible in A Year--Morning Musings 2021

    Read the (nearly) daily blog written by Mother Laurie and weekly guest bloggers (gloggers!) as we read the Bible in a year for 2021.  Click Here


Latest Media

August 1, 2021 Sermon

Rev. Laurie Garramone
Date: August 1, 2021
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