200 Main St,
Thomaston, Maine 04861
the corner of Main & Green Sts.
The mission of this parish has been summed up in the words of Jesus: We are to love the Lord our God with all our heart, soul, mind and strength; and our neighbor as ourselves.
Service for Ellee and Beury Simons
Jan Gaudio's Sermon, 22 May 2022
It was a very cold day, but people came out and it was a grand day.
We are having in person worship at both 8 and 10 am.
At 8 am on Sunday mornings we have the traditional, Rite 1, Holy Eucharist in the church and ask that people socially distance, and we live stream it on Facebook.
We also have a 10 am Holy Eucharist, Rite II service inside also, which is live streamed on Facebook. Masks are required during singing
we still recommend, but not mandate, masks, especially during singing.
AT NOON on Sundays we also host a ZOOM worship service.
Wedesday 11 am service of Morning Prayer with a book study following, which is in person now.
All are welcome.
We are a part of the mission of God's love in our area. We welcome your support in our efforts at opening doors of God's grace for others in our community. Thank you and blessings for you and all whom you love.
Sharon Hobson, the director of "One Less Worry" project based in Rockland spoke at the Episcopal Church of St. John Baptist on Sunday, May 8. This important program provides feminine hygiene products to women in shelters, schools and food pantries. An amazing group doing amazing work. Please remember to bring in items. When money is tight and food even getting food is a problem, there are other items that are also very important and needed that are often not provided or can be afforded. The One Less Worry Project is an important link our community for women. And it was important to hear of some of the stories and how much the program has been able to provide. St. John's was able to raise $800, for the program as well as many items to be distributed.
Please remember and help make a difference, thanks!
Larry Rotch's sermon on 24 April 2022
We pray for peace in Ukraine, for those in danger, for those seeking diplomatic solutions and for all who are working to end the violence. We pray that politicians will find ways to cease petty differences and find ways to work effectively together towards ceasing the horrors of violence and domination.
A reflection in the midst of a long pandemic
Come and Find the Quiet Center a diocesan choir event
Watch the Channel 6 story about St. John's on YouTube here
200 Main St., Thomaston, Maine 04861 email:firstname.lastname@example.org phone 207-354-8734
We are not a liberal, nor a conservative church. We are a church for all who seek God. We do not endorse any political party nor candidate, but seek to gather together from whatever, or wherever we are in our journey of faith.
We are a Christian Church founded on the love of Jesus.
The mission of the Episcopal Church is to love the Lord our God with all our heart, all our mind, all our soul and all our strength; and our neighbor as ourselves. What we do and who we are begins in prayer and in relationship to God. From there our actions may lead us in a wide range of ministries and activities.
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