“Take Up Your Cross”

By guest preacher the Rev. Brandt Montgomery, Associate Rector of the Episcopal Church of the Ascension in Lafayette, La. The Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost Proper 19(B) September 16, 2018 Mark 8.27-38 “[Jesus] said unto them, ‘Whosoever will come after Me, let him deny...
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Proper 17, September 2, 2018

By the Rev. Canon Jeremy M. Haselock, chaplain to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost Proper 17(B) September 2, 2018 Mark 7:1-8,14-15,21-23
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Proper 9B – July 8, 2018

By the Rev’d Andrew C. Mead, rector emeritus of Saint Thomas Church, Fifth Avenue, NYC Proper 9B 2018 St John’s Newport RI Texts: Ezekiel 2:1-5; St. Mark 6:1-13 In the Name of God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Ghost.  Amen. Our first lesson from the great prophet...
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Proper 8B – July 1, 2018

By the Rev’d Andrew C. Mead, rector emeritus of Saint Thomas Church, Fifth Avenue, NYC Proper 8B 2018 St John’s Newport Before I begin my homily, let us hear the prayer “For our Country,” in the Book of Common Prayer.  Written by the Rector of St. Michael’s Church, Bristol,...
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2017-2018 The Choir School of Newport County Program Book

Click here or below to view the 2017-2018 Choir School of Newport County Program Book. To advertise in the 2018-2019 book to support The Choir School of Newport County, please fill out this form and email it to choirschooladbook@gmail.com.
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2017 Annual Report

To view St. John’s Church’s 2017 Annual Report, click here or below.      
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Hi, Neighbor!

Fr. Martin C. Yost Proper 25 Year A October 29, 2017 In today’s Gospel once again we see Jesus in controversy with the Pharisees. This time it is not a highly charged political question like paying taxes to Caesar, but a question concerning the Torah, the Jewish religious...
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Proper 22, Year A

By the Rev. Martin Yost The image of a vineyard used by Jesus in telling the parable in today’s gospel would certainly have been familiar to his hearers. They would know the layout, the hedges, the towers, the arrangement with the husbandmen, in ways that we might not in our own...
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