Weekly Services

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

Sundays

Thursdays

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

9/11 Graffiti for God

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FALL KICK-OFF:
Children & Teens
met outside and made some Chalk Art Graffiti for God!

Adult Christian Development: How does the Bible – the living Word of God – affect our lives, our relationships with God and each other? All are welcome and invited! Grab a cup of coffee or tea, and join fellow seekers in the library.

 

 

Saturday, October 1 ~ 9:00amAnimals web banner

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, donuts & pet treats! Please keep your pets on leashes or in their carriers-containers for the safety of all present.  If you can’t bring your pet on Saturday, you are invited to bring a picture instead to be honored as part of God’s creative work in the world.
All creatures great and small are welcome!  *In the event of inclement weather we will meet inside.

Trick-or-Treat!

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Monday, Oct. 31 from 5:30-7:30pm
Nothing too spooky! All are welcome and invited for a safe and fun environment for all neighborhood children. Come and enjoy games, Halloween arts and crafts, lots of candy and prizes during the 8th Annual Kids’ Halloween Carnival! (Near Maple Grove and Manning Schools in the Applewood area)

Episcopal News

STANDING ROCK SIOUX RESERVATION

ens_082616_PipelineSignEpiscopal Church Presiding Bishop and Primate Michael Curry has issued the following statement in support of the advocacy of the people of Standing Rock Sioux Reservation:
“Water is a gift from the creator, respect it, and protect it.”  I was deeply moved by these words printed on the sign of a person standing with hundreds of others to protect the Missouri River.  Read more

 

EPISCOPALIANS VOTE

“If we who are Christians participate in the political process and in the public discourse as we are called to do — the New Testament tells us that we are to participate in the life of the polis, in the life of our society — the principle on which Christians must vote is the principle, Does this look like love of neighbor?”Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, March 2016
The Episcopal Church considers voting an act of Christian stewardship. Pledge to vote this November.

HELPING FLOOD & OTHER DISASTER VICTIMSerd-flood-slide.jpg

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.

 

CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY

“By committing themselves to meet regularly together, Christians become aware of those who are not gathering together — those who are absent. This is how the community develops the practice of pastoral care and evangelism, the skill of memory for those missing, the virtue of love for the lost, and the notion of the communion of saints.” Samuel Wells, Improvisation: The Drama of Christian Ethics

Celebrating over 50 Years of Ministry in the West Metro:
1963
– 2013 and counting!

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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.