St. John’s Episcopal Church
207 Albany Avenue, Kingston, NY 12401

Online Streaming Worship

Welcome to St. John’s!
We’re glad to see you. Join us for online prayer, worship, and formation through the Zoom platform (unless otherwise noted) at the links listed below.

Online Giving
St. John’s, like every other faith community, relies heavily on the donations of those who worship and pray with us. We’ve set up a Paypal account for your convenience.  You can DONATE HERE to support our mission.  Please consider helping us to defray the cost of this service by adding a couple of dollars to your donation.   If Paypal doesn’t work for you, send a check to St. John’s at 207 Albany Ave., Kingston, NY 12401.  Thank you!


Sunday, January 30 at 10:00 am
Sunday Worship and Annual Meeting

Join us online for Sunday worship and our Annual Meeting via Zoom. Click here.
Click here to download the worship bulletin: Epiphany 4 Annual Meeting 013022
Click here to download the Annual Reports Package: In process.



Weekly Online Worship & Formation Schedule

Click on the Service Title to enter the worship space.  On Sundays, please join us in the sanctuary for in-person Eucharist at 10:00 am.

Tuesday Compline  9:00 pm
A beautiful, short prayer service to help us lay down our burdens at the end of the day.  There are no readings and we use the same bulletin every week:  Compline Bulletin

Wednesday Centering Prayer 5:30 pm
Silence, readings, and reflection on perennial wisdom. Join us for a contemplative musical prelude and then Centering Prayer begins at 5:45 pm.
Click to download/open this week’s readings: January 26: Centering Prayer 177

Online Bible Study  ON HIATUS
This isn’t your grandmother’s Bible Study.  Join us as we ask the hard questions of scripture and open up the text.  We meet every Thursday evening via Zoom.  Visit our Online Bible Study page to learn more.


May we who are merely inconvenienced, remember those whose lives are at stake and those who are most vulnerable. May we be attentive to one another as we face varying degrees of financial hardship and uncertainty as a result of this global health crisis. During this time when we cannot physically wrap our arms around each other, let us find ways to be the loving embrace of God to our neighbors. And as fear grips our country, may we choose love. God of Love, God of Life, be with us. Amen.