Our Services

Education for Ministry

It is time to sign up for our EfM.  Call the parish office or see Emily Rotch of Emily Jenks

The Education for Ministry program is a course to enable Christians to better understand their faith, traditions and scriptures; to  ask hard questions; and to help discover ways to serve and discern God's call.

Parish Meeting March 1, at 11 am.


 On Sunday, January 26th after the 10 am service, we will hold a parish meeting.  We will be discussing a proposal to purchase the property behind the Baptist Church for a parking lot.  All are welcome to come share their thoughts.

Collecting our stories


We are asking everyone to write down how your got to Maine, or what is it about this place that brings joy to your heart. Also/and/or please share a moment of insight, an aha moment that has been important to you over the last few years.

Bishop Curry to speak in Augusta

Book Study


We are reading Bill Bryson's book, The Body for our Wed. Book group..  We meet at 11:30 am on Wednesday's in the upstairs meeting room, and discuss the book from noon until 1 pm.  All are welcome.


200th Celebratation


  Both the State of Maine and our Episcopal Diocese are celebrating their 200th year.  During the season of Lent we will be using historical services from the 1500's to the present.  

Yoga returns to St. John's


Linda Sheperd is returning with her yoga classes at St. John's every Tues. and Thurs. mornings at 9 am.

On Saturday, May 2nd, Presiding Bishop Michael Curry will speak in Augusta as part of our 200th anni