Online Streaming Worship
We have expanded our Sunday worship to be a hybrid, both in-person and online. Please join us at 10:00 am on Sunday mornings in the St. John’s Sanctuary for Eucharist or join us for the online version at the link below.
Click if you’d like to review the St. John’s COVID19 Space Use Guidelines 082520.
To enhance worship at home, consider making a home altar. Click here for instructions on How to Make a Home Altar.
Online Worship Service Schedule
Click on the Service Title to enter the worship space.
Sunday Morning Worship 10:00 am
Copy and paste if the link above doesn’t work: https://zoom.us/j/300249055
Through the Zoom link above, join the in-person Eucharist service happening in the St. John’s sanctuary every Sunday at 10:00 am.
Bulletin: October 25, Twenty-First Sunday after Pentecost 102520
Click here to watch the latest St. John’s Youth Video on YouTube.
Wednesday Open Prayer 9:00 am
Join Rev. Michelle on Facebook live. Click the link above, log into Facebook, find the St. John’s Kingston Facebook page, and click on “Live” along the left-hand side. No bulletin or readings necessary. Listen in and add your prayers.
Wednesday Morning with Terry 10:00 am
This program is on hiatus until November 2020.
Wednesday Centering Prayer
Meditative musical prelude begins at 5:15 pm, Centering Prayer begins at 5:45 pm.
Copy and paste if the link above doesn’t work: https://zoom.us/j/208061189
Readings: October 28, Centering Prayer 121
Friday Morning Prayer 8:00 am
Copy and paste if the link above doesn’t work: https://zoom.us/j/697652080
Start your weekend with this short, informal prayer service.
We use the same bulletin every week: UPDATED Friday Morning Prayer Bulletin
Readings: October 30, FMP 103020
Friday Morning Bible Study 9:00 am
Join us in the investigation of our holy scripture every Friday morning. Come prepared to learn and ask the hard questions! Email Rev. Michelle with questions at email@example.com
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.