Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, St. John’s welcome you!  We hope you will visit us this Sunday or during the week.  After the Sunday service, look for our greeters at the exits of the church who can provide you with more information about St. John’s and answer any questions you may have.

 Office hours: 8:30 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. Monday-Thursday & 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Fridays

You may email us at info@saint-john.org or contact the church office at (850) 222-2636 for more information.

Another option is to fill out a Newcomer Form and email it back to Lisa@saint-john.org . A member of the clergy will be in touch.



SUNDAY SERVICES  SUMMER SCHEDULE

8:00 a.m. - Holy Eucharist, Rite I

10:00 a.m. - Holy Eucharist, Rite II, choirs & Children's Chapel

5:30 p.m. - Holy Eucharist, Rite II (Chapel) 

WEEKDAY SERVICES

 7:15 a.m. - Morning Prayer (Wednesday)
 12:10 p.m. - Monday, Friday, Holy Eucharist, (Chapel); Wednesdays - Healing Service

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>  St. John’s is located at 211 N. Monroe Street in downtown Tallahassee.

We are on the corner of Call and Monroe Streets next to Capital City Bank. 

> Parking is available along Call and Calhoun Streets or behind our Bookstore on

   Calhoun Street.

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St. John’s is a welcoming community. Daily worship, a bustling cafe and bookstore and meeting spaces are open to the public. We are a downtown church that joyfully extends our hospitality to our members and the community. Be sure to see one of our greeters after the service who can provide you with information about St. John’s and answer your questions.

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What types of programs are available for children and youth?     We offer engaging 
spiritual enrichment opportunities for children and youth. Click here for more
information on children and youth.

What is the purpose of St. John’s?    We seek to love and serve Christ and our neighbors in Tallahassee and the world. More on our Core Values

What does it mean to be an Episcopalian?    We have a wonderful web resource that explains the Episcopal life and what it means to be an Episcopalian. If you need more information, contact us. We look forward to seeing you.

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Visiting St. John's?

Loving and serving Christ and Our Neighbors in Tallahassee and the World.

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Wine to Water  
 
St. John’s program to provide water treatment systems and training has immeasurably improved the health of young and old alike in congregations and communities of several Cuban towns.  Our next Living Water mission trip to Cuba will leave in March and will involve maintaining current systems and installing a new one.   The trip is significantly supported by our missionaries, but fundraising is also critically needed.   
One fun way you can help is by attending a festive “Wine to Water” soiree at the Maple Street Biscuit Company on Friday, February 17, from 5:30 to 8:30.  
This celebration will include a delicious menu, with wine and other libations, Latin music and maybe even dance lessons, all for only $25 per person.  Table sponsorships are also available. This is a great opportunity to invite friends to enjoy fellowship St. John’s style.   Tickets will be on sale between 9 AM and 11:15AM Sunday services and at the front office until Sunday, February 12.  All are welcome! Please contact the front office for more information! 222.2636

 

Can you imagine if the water that came from your tap made your children sick? This is the reality that our neighbors in the villages of Cuatro Esquinas and Zorrilla, Cuba live with every day. You can help!


Living Waters for Cuban Churches

San Pedro Apostol in Zorrilla, Cuba  and St. John’s Episcopal Church have enjoyed a sustained relationship as sister parishes. During a recent mission trip to Zorrilla and to the neighboring church of Cristo Rey in Cuatro Esquinas, Fr. Dave Killeen and our traveling team learned that the parishioners of both churches identified the need for clean drinking water to be their top priority for their parishes and communities. The public water systems in both towns suffer from cracked delivery pipes, which allow disease-causing microbes to contaminate the water supply. St. Johns has committed to work with  both churches so that they can become equipped with water purification systems. Christ Church, Monticello, which is the sister parish of Cristo Rey in Cuatro Esquinas, has also pledged support. 

The quartet of Cuban and Florida churches will work together for clean water by drawing from the expertise of “Living Waters for the World,” (LWW) a highly regarded water purification ministry of the Presbyterian Church.  LWW has helped churches and others who have developed sustained partner relationships to provide water treatment to more than 500 communities in dozens of countries. Parishioners from St. John’s and Christ Church will attend LWW’s “Clean Water University” this fall in Oxford, Mississippi, where they will receive “train the trainer” instruction to help guide parishioners in Cuba to install and operate the systems and to teach trainers from the community about the importance of water-related hygiene. The project also requires that trainers return to the Cuban churches periodically to assure that the systems and training continue to succeed. This remarkable partnership is an initiative that emerged from St. John’s 2012 Visioning the Vineyard strategic plan. 

We installed both clean water systems from November 18 to 21, 2013 in Zorrilla and Cuatro Esquinas, Cuba and celebrated with a Holy Spirit filled ceremony in which we all drank small cups of clean water!

Nick Staab, our videographer, has captured moving memories of those two installations. 


 

 

 

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