All are welcome to worship, you need not be a member of St. John’s or the Episcopal Church.


  • 8:00am – Adult Christian Development – in the Library
  • 9:00am – Worship with Holy Communion
  • 10:15am – Christian Education for all Ages  –  Second Sunday School on Oct. 8


  • 9:30am – A small Eucharistic gathering including discussion and conversation. Everyone is invited to meet in the Library.

Blessing of the Animals 9:00am, Saturday Oct. 7

Come celebrate the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi! All are invited to this short outdoor service with music and prayer, followed by coffee, juice and treats. For the safety of all, please restrain all animals on leashes or in their carriers/containers.  If you can’t bring your pet, you are invited to bring a picture instead to be honored as part of God’s creative work in the world.

St. Francis of Assisi is best perhaps known as the patron saint of nature and the environment, with many legends that sprang up after his death dealing with his love for animals. Francis believed that the world was created good and beautiful by God but claimed that it is the duty of humanity to both protect and enjoy nature as stewards of God’s creation.  In the event of inclement weather we will meet inside.

Prayer for those suffering from natural disasters

Our prayers go out to those impacted by hurricanes and all who are suffering from natural disasters:
O God, our heavenly Father, whose glory fills the whole creation, and whose presence we find wherever we go: Preserve those in the path of storms and danger from other disasters; surround them with your loving care; protect them from every danger; and bring them to safety, through Jesus Christ our Lord.  Amen.

If you need a safe and easy way to help here is one possible option:
In 2016, Episcopal Relief & Development spent 84% on programs versus 9% on fundraising and 7% on administration. Because ERD receives support from the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society in addition to income from investments, at least 90% of every donor dollar goes directly to programs.

In the beginning when God created the heavens and the earth…

“..Then God said, “Let there be light”; and there was light. And God saw that the light was good; and God separated the light from the darkness. God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And there was evening and there was morning, the first day.” (Gen.1:3-5)


Episcopal News


Katharine Jefferts Schori – First woman to be elected presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church. “I think maybe the piece we’re wrestling with now is the full reality that every part of creation has a value and a purpose, and that we cannot simply treat other parts of creation as commodities as we have treated human beings in the past and still do in too many places.” Read more


“‘The Episcopal Church Welcomes You,’ is not just a slogan, it’s who we seek to be….” Read more


Episcopal Relief & Development provides critical emergency funds to flood, fire, tornado, earthquake and tsunami victims in the US and around the world. ERD continually accepts donations on their secure website.


Celebrating over 50 Years of Ministry in Denver’s West Metro area:
– 2013 and counting!

32nd Alkire sign

The Episcopal Church of St. John Chrysostom is in unincorporated Jefferson County, very near Lakewood, Wheat Ridge and Arvada in the Applewood area just off I-70 at the Youngfield exit and West 32nd Avenue.

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