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WELCOME TO WORSHIP AT ST. JOHN’S
We’re delighted to see you! COVID restrictions have been updated!
If you are not fully vaccinated as defined by www.cdc.gov, you are required
to wear a mask in the Church, and to observe 3 feet social distancing
from those not in your household.
If you are fully vaccinated, masks are optional.
To learn more about our updates, please refer to our newsletter here.
We look forward to seeing you! On Sundays, Low Mass is at 8:00 a.m.,
and High Mass is at 10:00 a.m. The service is also live-streamed at 10:00 a.m.
via the window below and on our Facebook page.
Please note, the video below does not play unless a live-stream is in progress;
keep refreshing your screen if it’s the start time of the service and nothing is yet playing. (You can also try to clear your browser cache.)
~ All services are in person ~
Most services also live-streamed, except 8:00 a.m. Sunday Low Mass
Live streaming is in addition to in-person attendance, except where indicated
as live-streamed ONLY
Sunday, June 20
The Fourth Sunday After Pentecost
Booklets will be provided in church, but if you would like to print out your own,
or, to follow along online, please click on the link above.
Virtual Coffee Hour
We would love to see you after Mass at Virtual Coffee Hour via Zoom.
Click here to join and enter Passcode “Quire” at the prompt.
(We would love to start having in-person Coffee Hours again. Would you like to coordinate in-person Coffee Hour? Please contact Melanie in the office at firstname.lastname@example.org.)
Or, dial in and follow the voice prompts to be connected: 1-312-626-6799.
Finally, you could use this iPhone one-tap dial-in: +13126266799,84223052255#
Meeting ID: 896 2338 8521
ST. JOHN’S IS HERE FOR YOU
St. John’s is conducting in-person worship, in addition to streaming on our website. 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
Sign up for our email newsletter, here.
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.