• Ornament Exchange Party at the Rectory January 1, 2020
  • Ornament Exchange Party at the Rectory January 1, 2020
  • Ornament Exchange Party January 1 2020 - Rev. Carolyn and "Santa" - the tradition goes on!
  • Christmas Creche 2019
  • ACT Children's Theater and Sunday School caroling at Riverledge Nursing Home
  • ACT Children's Theater @ St. John's Neighborhood caroling December 2019
  • Rev. Carolyn receives gift of Bible from congregation - New Ministry celebration December 8, 2019
  • Rev. Carolyn and family - Celebration of New Ministry December 8, 2019
  • Rev. Carolyn Bartkus celebrating first Eucharist at St. John's
  • Rev. Carolyn Bartkus Children's Homily
  • Children's Service November 3rd - "How Great Thou Art"

Welcome

St. John’s Church is an Anglican/Episcopal, Christian community worshipping through the power of the Holy Spirit.

We welcome you to our church family! 

St. John’s is much more than a Sunday morning worship experience. It is a family that worships, prays, serves, studies, and has fun together and we invite you to join us in making our family, your family.

If you do not have a church home and would like to make St. John’s your parish of choice; or have a need our church family can help with,  please contact our Parish Administrator, Jeannette, at the church office (315) 393-5470 

 

Contact Information

St. John's Episcopal Church
500 Caroline St.
P.O. Box 658
Ogdensburg, New York 13669
Map  •   Directions
Phone (315) 393-5470
Fax (315) 393-5688

Regular Schedule

Office Hours
  • Monday through Thursday 

    • 8 am to noon
Sunday
  • Choral Eucharist
    – 9:00 AM
  • Sunday School (during school year)
    – 9:00 AM
  • Coffee Hour Fellowship (following service)
    – 10:30 AM
Thursday
  • Healing Mass (Parish Hall)
    – 9:30 AM
  • Bible Study (Parish Hall) and refreshments
    – 10:30 AM

Announcements

  • The Feast of the Presentation of Our Lord - Candlemas

    The Feast of the Presentation of our Lord Jesus Christ in the Temple, also known as Candlemas occurs 40 days after Christmas.  This year it falls on a Sunday and is the focus of our celebration on February 2nd. 

    The account of the presentation is given in Luke 2:22-39.  At the temple, Jesus was blessed by Simeon whose prayer is the basis for our canticle, Nunc dimittis, said during Evening Prayer - "Lord, you have now set your servant free to go in peace as you have promised..."

    We will have a short Candlemas liturgy as part of our procession and the focus of our homily will be for the children.

  • Bible Study

    Our Bible Study is reading Henry Nouwen's Life of the Beloved: Living Spiritually in a Secular World.  Nouwen believes the most important spiritual journey of our lives involves claiming the truth of our belovedness and living into that truth by becoming the beloved. To do this, we must explore ways the Holy Spirit moves in our lives. Nouwen's simple yet powerful testimony to the power and invitation of Christ serves as a guide to an uplifting spiritual life in today's world.

  • Painting Project - February 2nd

    Gather after Coffee Hour on February 2nd to paint this adorable lighted snowman.  Sign up in the Parish Hall and space is limited.  Cost is $26.50 and includes lunch, all supplies and instruction.  Break up the winter cold and snow with this fun activity.

  • Coffee Hour Fellowship Hosts needed

    We all enjoy our after-service fellowship time at Coffee Hour.  Anyone willing to host is always welcome.  Please see Rose Sovie for information.  You will find her on Sundays -- at Coffee Hour!

    Make it as simple as you would like and consider teaming up to make it even easier.. Parish Life members will give you a hand if you are a rookie host.  Remember -  the purpose of coffee hour is the fellowship.  

     

  • For an Epiphany Blessing, chalk your door with "holy graffiti"

    This ancient tradition is done during Epiphany to bless your home and those who live and visit there.  The letters C, M, B come from the traditional names for the wise men: Caspar, Melchior, and Balthazar, whose arrival at Mary and Joseph’s home is celebrated on the Epiphany.

    If you would like Rev. Carolyn to come and bless your home as we begin the new year, please contact the church office.

    If you would like to read more about this recently revived Episcopal service, see the article linked HERE.

  • Food Pantry - last Tuesday each month

    St. John's Food Pantry is held on the last Tuesday of each month in the Parish Hall from 9:00 am to 11:30 am. 

    Note:  Next distribution is Tuesday, February 25, 2020.

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Upcoming Events

JAN

28

TUE
Food Pantry
9:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Come to Parish Hall. Use entrance off Franklin St.
JAN

30

THU
Healing Mass
9:30 AM
Parish Hall
Bible Study
10:30 AM
Parish Hall (refreshments)
FEB

02

SUN
Choral Eucharist
9:00 AM
followed by Coffee Hour fellowship
Painting Project
11:30 AM
After coffee hour
FEB

03

MON
Karate Group
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Upstairs Parish Hall
Al-Anon
7:30 PM
Upstairs Parish Hall
FEB

04

TUE
Property Committee Meeting
6:30 PM
Parish Hall
FEB

05

WED
Prayerful Knitting
10:00 AM
Knitting, crocheting, conversation by Parish Hall fire. Refreshments.
FEB

06

THU
Healing Mass
9:30 AM
Parish Hall
Bible Study
10:30 AM
Parish Hall (refreshments)
FEB

08

SAT
FEB

09

SUN
Choral Eucharist
9:00 AM
followed by Coffee Hour fellowship
FEB

10

MON
Karate Group
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Upstairs Parish Hall
Al-Anon
7:30 PM
Upstairs Parish Hall
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