200 Main St,
Thomaston, Maine 04861
the corner of Main & Green Sts.
On Friday evening, August 6, starting at 6:30 pm we will have a hymn sing, praying time with some preaching and much more hymn singing. This event is a joint event with the Thomaston Baptist Church across the street, thus the Green Street Revival. All are welcome, come and have some fun and sing out with joy. We will be under the tent, of course.
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.
We are gathering again for in person worship.
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 are also back to having our 10 am service, it may be either outside in the side yard, under a tent, or inside.
We also have resumed our Wednesday 11 am service of Morning Prayer with a book study following, we are currently reading Timothy Egan's book, A Pilgrimage to Eternity. All are welcome.
Sunday's Sermon for July 18th, 2021
be still for a minute
A reflection on music in our lives and some music from St. John's with which to reflect
Check out the News Story about St. John's and our bell ringing that aired on Channel 6 on Tuesday evening.
A year of pandemic marked with church bells
The congregation at the Episcopal Church of St. John Baptist on Main Street in Thomaston has been ringing the bell each night for a year to honor first responders.
July 4th Reading of Declaration of Independence
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.
Are you seeking a deeper connection with God? Are you open to an engaged and more mature relationship with God, others, and our planet? It is our mission to support you and your journey. Come join us, and determine if this is the place God is calling you to be.
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