Maundy Thursday Footwashing & Holy Eucharist, 5:30 p.m.
Good Friday Stations of the Cross, 12:00 noon
Good Friday Liturgy, 7:00 p.m.
The Feast of the Resurrection, Sunday, 10:00 a.m.
All Baptized Christians are welcome to receive Communion at our altar.
There is plenty of free on- and off-street parking at St. John's Church. Directly across the street from the church is St. John's own parking lot. Catty-corner from the church is an auxiliary parking lot for your use also. Parking in both lots and on the streets is unmetered.
At St. John’s Church, we are learning what it means to love God and to love our neighbors. As heirs of the Anglican tradition, we have been given many beautiful tools to help us do this.
We use liturgy to help us do this — because we have found that ancient forms of Christian prayer help us order our thoughts and feelings before God.
We use music to help us do this — because we want to offer our whole selves to God in worship, including our minds, including our bodies, including our voices.
We use the sacraments to help us do this — because we believe that Jesus makes himself very present to us in the bread and wine of the Eucharist.
We use the fellowship of our community to help us do this — because we believe that Jesus makes himself very present in the body of his faithful people.
We use service and works of mercy to help us do this — because we believe that Jesus makes himself very present to us in our neighbors.
Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, you are welcome at St. John’s, Troy.