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.- 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday

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.


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

9:00 a.m. - Holy Eucharist, Rite II, choirs & Children's Chapel

11:15 a.m. - Holy Eucharist, Rite II, choir

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

8:00 p.m. - Compline in the church 


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


>  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.


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.


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


The St. John’s Mentoring Project


The Mentoring Project is a ministry of St. John's that springs from community goals in the Visioning the Vineyard Strategic Plan. Mentors provide one-on-one support to an at-risk child by spending an hour a week meeting with that student in a school setting.  The project also provides support to school-based programs for at-risk students.  All St. John's mentoring activities will be based at two Leon Country Schools:


John G. Riley Elementary School, a title I school close to Grace Mission that lacks community support.

1. One-on-One Mentoring

Lunch Buddies or Homework Helpers -- For one hour a week, mentors from St. John's read to students at lunchtime or help with a students' homework during the school day.  The same student is seen for an hour each week during the school year. This is a true one-on-one mentoring relationship, the most satisfying kind for both mentor and student. (At the elementary level, two people can share a mentoring role for one student so each mentor meets with the child every other week.)

2. Lend-a-Hand Projects

Can't make a commitment to weekly one-on-one mentoring?  The St. John's Project provides opportunities for one-time or multi-time activities at Riley Elementary that do not involve a weekly commitment:

  • After school programs for boys and girls - Once a month, a St. John's volunteer will present the after school children with a group activity or program on dance, cooking, arts, crafts, hobbies, technology, sports, etc.

  • Library Assistance -- once a month a volunteer from St. John's assists the librarian in the understaffed school library.

  • Gardening Project -- St. John's will put together a Fall Garden Team and A Spring Garden Team who will help a group of students to plant, maintain and harvest a garden in the prepared garden beds on school property.


Leon High School, the closest school to St. John's and a long-time neighborhood institution.

Leon County Schools assigns mentors to students who are struggling in secondary school either academically or socially, or who have family situations that put them at risk for not succeeding in school. These students do not have disabilities or significant disciplinary problems, but rather are teenagers who could use an adult's insight, encouragement and motivation as they deal with the complexities of high school. Students respond positively over time to mature adults from the community who make a commitment to meet with them one hour weekly during the school day. As trust builds, discussions tend to be about more than just academics. Currently there are numerous students at neighboring Leon High School who qualify for a mentor, but there are not enough volunteer mentors to be assigned to each of them. The mentoring relationship can sometimes continue from year to year and even after graduation.  It is a meaningful way to both enjoy and help a young person in Tallahassee.