200 Main St, Thomaston, Maine 04861
on the corner of Main & Green Sts.
Sunday worship: 8am & 10
Dear Friends and Family of St. John’s,
After much discussion in the parish and looking at all options, the Vestry voted on Sunday, March 8th to not proceed with efforts to purchase the property on Green Street behind the Baptist Church with the intent of making it a parking lot.
We greatly appreciate all who shared their opinions, ideas, and perspectives on this matter. It helped us to discern more clearly what is best for the health and well being of our parish.
Faithfully Yours in Christ,
The Rev. Peter Jenks
The Episcopal Church of St. John Baptist
200 Main St.
Thomaston, Maine 04861
Sunday worship is at 8 am for a Rite I service with no music and at 10 am. for a Rite II service with music.
on Wednesdays we have a morning prayer service followed by a book study.
BECAUSE OF THE VIRUS THREAT OUR WORSHIP SERVICES ARE NOT GOING TO BE HAPPENING. WE WILL KEEP YOU POSTED AS TO WHEN WE SHALL BE RESUMING EVERYTHING. STAY HOME, STAY SAFE.
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200 Main St., Thomaston, Maine 04861 email:email@example.com phone 207-354-8734
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