Almighty and most merciful God, we remember before you all poor and neglected persons whom it would be easy for us to forget: the homeless and the destitute, the old and the sick, and all who have none to care for them. Help us to heal those who are broken in body or spirit, and to turn their sorrow into joy. Grant this, Father, for the love of your Son, who for our sake became poor, Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

Book of Common Prayer, page 826




We welcome all to our 10:30 service each Sunday.  Please continue to mask and sit in the open rows. We offer (wafer only) Eucharist. We look forward to continued loosening of these restrictions as concerns about the pandemic lessen.
We thank everyone for the successful food drive for the Food Pantry this September.
The Mitten Tree has arrived.
In addition, we continue to gather clothing for Oak Orchard Elementary School. 
They are in need of: 
Girls pants sizes 4 - 10
Girls short sleeve shirts sizes 4 - 10
Girls sneakers sizes 9 -2
Art smocks 
During the month of October, we are collecting supplies for PAWS, the local adoption center for pets.


 On October 24 we will welcome Deacon Susan Firestine back to St. John's to lead the congregation in Morning Eucharist. She is shown here with the Rev. Nancy Guenther (L) and Bishop Sean Rowe.


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New Format for Partnership Worship 

Since March 2020, hundreds of people across the partnership have gathered for online worship on Sunday mornings. Originally, the partnership planned to offer this service only until congregations could once again gather in their buildings. But a community has formed, and there is interest in continuing to gather online.


Beginning May 30 and continuing at least through the summer, a new half-hour worship service will be offered on Sundays at 9 a.m. The format will be a Zoom Meeting, which means participants can choose to have their cameras and microphones on to see and speak with one another. Preachers and worship leaders will be chosen from across the partnership. Once a month, the service will focus on prayers for reconciliation and healing.


Email Gabrie'l Atchison to receive a weekly email reminder with the Zoom link and readings.

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 St. John's Episcopal Church is located at 200 East Center Street in Medina, NY. Our mailing address is P.O. Box 699, Medina, 14103. Donations, memorials and pledges may be send to this address as well as any correspondence.