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We can’t wait to see you again! As St. John’s conducts public worship, we ask that you fill out this form every time you enter St. John’s Church, for COVID-19 contact tracing purposes. It’s important to fill out the correct date and time when you are in the church. If for some reason you are filling out the form at a different time than you are actually in the church, please note any discrepancy in the field marked “Notes” at the bottom of the form.
We’re pleased to announce a return to our regular in-person service times of Low Mass
and High Mass on Sundays at 8:00 and 10:00 a.m., and Morning and Evening Prayer
daily Monday through Friday at 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. The Low Mass at 8:00 a.m.
is outdoors, while the 10:00 a.m. Sung Mass is inside the Church. To attend either Mass,
please register at: tinyurl.com/SJEreservations, and provide your contact information at: tinyurl.com/SJEcheck-in. Each one takes just a minute to complete. To attend daily prayer, please check in at tinyurl.com/SJEcheck-in. We appreciate your compliance with state and diocesan guidelines to please wear a mask at all times, whether indoors or out.
For specifics on this Sunday, read on below.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to new Facebook restrictions on streaming or posting music due to take effect Oct. 1, we no longer will be able to stream our services on Facebook. Instead, you can watch our services by viewing the video link below on our website at the time of service.
The video will not play until it has been activated in the church so please be patient and refresh your screen a few minutes before and a few minutes after 10:00 a.m. or any other scheduled service time, if nothing is playing exactly at 10:00. Thank you!
SUNDAY, September 20
The Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost, Proper 20
Mass on the Grass
(In-Person Outdoor Low Mass)
Live High Mass
(In-Person in the Church & Streamed Online)
Followed by Zoom Coffee Hour with Canon Dena Cleaver-Bartholomew at 11:30 a.m.
Have a telephone but not a computer? No problem! Dial in by landline or mobile phone: 1-312-626-6799, and when prompted, enter the Meeting ID: 842 2305 2255. Or via iPhone one-tap, dial +13126266799,84223052255#.
ST. JOHN’S IS HERE FOR YOU
St. John’s is conducting in-person worship, in addition to streaming on Facebook (www.facebook.com/SaintJohnsNewport/) and our website (www.saintjohns-newport.org). Please check out our service times, below, and on our Facebook page for the latest updates. And, please stay in touch by sending us your contact info at
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St. John’s Capital Campaign
Thanks to generous community support, The Zabriskie Memorial Church of Saint John the Evangelist is undergoing much-needed restoration and repairs, celebrating a new roof in 2019 while planning for masonry updates in 2020, organ restoration and repairs to our 1740 Dennis House Rectory. To learn more about our campaign and how you can help, visit: www.saintjohns-newport.org/progress.
We’re ready for you at St. John’s Church in Newport, RI. At the heart of our common life is the worship of God in the beauty of holiness, drawing from a deep well of ancient spiritual practices whose purpose is to engage all the senses in drawing our hearts, souls, and minds toward God. We worship so that we might grow in the love of God, and through the joy we find in our life in Christ, to share this new life with the world around us.
We’re ready for families at St. John’s. Through our chorister program for girls and boys, we are equipping young people for lives of character and service. We’re attentive to the needs of parents and children who are looking for something meaningful and formative, something our children can carry with them throughout their lives.
Here you will see people from all walks of life, working and praying together. We do our best, with God’s help, to bear each other’s burdens and to rejoice in each other’s giftedness as we care for each other. And we’re always seeking ways to engage our community and the world in Christ’s name.
We’re ready for you at St. John’s. Come and find out for yourself. We’re all on a journey together, as companions moving into the future that God has in store for us.