In-person worship is evolving while we try to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Fr. Tim is available by appointment. Please call…
Sunday, October 25 Morning Prayer Order of Service may be downloaded here.
The St. John’s community worships every Sunday together at 9:00am, apart but not alone. While we may not be in the same space, we worship at the same time in our Anglican tradition by opening our prayer books and bibles for our common prayer. All are welcome to worship, you need not be a member of St. John’s or the Episcopal Church.
Links to Thursday morning Bible Study and Sunday Morning Prayer can be found on the SJC calendar. Note that our Zoom service at 9:00am on Sundays is open to all. You are welcome and invited! Recordings of Sunday sermons are regularly posted on Facebook.
Prayer for our Nation
Almighty God, to whom we must account for all our powers and privileges: Guide the people of the United States in the election of officials and representatives; that, by faithful administration and wise laws, the rights of all may be protected and our nation be enabled to fulfill your purposes; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Remembering St. Francis
As we are not able to gather for the Blessing of the Animals and the Feast of St. Francis this October, enjoy some photos from 2019.
Also, you may click here if you would like to learn more about Francis of Assisi…
A wide variety of daily prayers and reflections can be found at Forward Movement, a resource of the Episcopal Church
- Season I: Staying at Home;
- Season II: Continuing Mitigation;
- Season III: Lifting Physical Distancing, but with Protections;
- Season IV: Applying what we have learned and preparing for the future.
Bishop Kym’s weekly reflections and meditations can be found on the Episcopal Church in Colorado website. videos online here…
Presiding Bishop Michael Curry
You may find Michael Curry’s current and past reflections online here…
Serving Global Needs
EPISCOPAL RELIEF & DEVELOPMENT DONATIONS
Hearing God’s call to seek and serve Christ in all persons and to respect the dignity of every human being, Episcopal Relief & Development serves to bring together the generosity of Episcopalians and others with the needs of the world. 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.
Celebrating over 55 Years of Ministry in Denver’s West Metro area:
1963 – 2018 and counting!
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.