Bishop Franklin Visitation and Confirmation December 10 2017
See our Spring Events below!
If you are regular in worship: you are welcome.
If you haven't been in church for awhile: you are welcome.
If you have never been to church before: you are welcome.
All Are Welcome to St. John's Episcopal Church!
St. John's Episcopal Church is located in Medina, New York near the Erie Canal at 200 East Center Street. The oldest established church in Orleans County, St. John's offers Rite II services Sunday at 10:30 A.M. The first Sunday of the month is Morning Prayer with Eucharist. The last Sunday of the month is a regular service with a healing prayer and the anointing of oil for those who choose to participate.
Maundy Thursday and Good Friday services at noon. All are welcome.
FESTIVE EASTER SERVICE AT 10:30 on Sunday, April 1.
Nursery is available on Sunday mornings. Religious Education includes regular study with books selected by the congregation for adults and children's education offered by our Vicar, Nancy Guenther.
We have a Linen Closet, offering clean mended linens and blankets to those in need through the Ministry of Concern, Immaculata Home in Lockport and to refugees in Moca, Puerto Rico. Our first bundle of blankets for the 2017-2018 winter season was blessed by the Vicar and delivered in October and we have continued regular donations through the winter months. Call the church if you have linens you would like to donate and we will pick them up. Thank you!
EVENTS: WE WILL BE HOSTING AN ANTIQUES APPRAISAL DAY, APRIL 7 10:00 to 4:00. By appointment, please call (585) 798-3219 or (585) 798- 3283. $6.00 for one appraisal or 5 items for $25.00.
ST. JOHN'S will be included in the SANDSTONE SOCIETY BUS TOUR taking place on April 29. Contact the Sandstone Society for more information at http://sandstonesociety.org/contact-us/
ST. JOHN'S will be participating in the Landmark Society's SACRED SITES OPEN HOUSE for the second year on May 5, from 10:00 to 2:00. There will be an organ demonstration and a Book of Common Prayer exhibit and discussion. Call the church for more information (585) 798-3219.