Women's Bible Study
Oct
15
9:30 AM09:30

Women's Bible Study

CURRENT STUDY FOR FALL 2019: We often idealize our Sisters and Brothers who are mentioned in the Bible and forget that they were just as human and you and me!  This Fall, we’ll examine and reflect on several of these lives using two books - Soul Brothers (by Richard Rohr) and Soul Sisters (by Edwina Gately).  Both books are complemented with artwork from Louis Glanzman who has portrayed these men and women through earthy, life-like portraitures which capture the heart of their humanity. 

Mother Joan Phelps and Faithe Emerich are co-leading this study.  

No need to register, just show up!

Questions? Contact Faithe Emerich at dyem@stjohnsniantic.org


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Holy Eucharist
Oct
20
8:00 AM08:00

Holy Eucharist

All baptized Christians are welcome to receive Communion. Please do not worry about “doing it right.” The important thing is simply that you know that God welcomes you.

If you haven’t been baptized, you are invited (and encouraged!) to come forward and receive a blessing in place of the bread and wine.

Children are encouraged to participate. However, there is no childcare available at the 8am service.

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Treble Choir
Oct
20
9:20 AM09:20

Treble Choir

The Treble Choir is composed of boys and girls, grades K-8. The only requirement is a joy of singing.

Our choir sings during Communion at least once monthly at the 10am service and for many special occasions and holidays.

For any questions, please call Susan Worgul at 860-739-5670.

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Holy Eucharist
Oct
20
10:00 AM10:00

Holy Eucharist

All baptized Christians are welcome to receive Communion. Please do not worry about “doing it right.” The important thing is simply that you know that God welcomes you.

If you haven’t been baptized, you are invited (and encouraged!) to come forward and receive a blessing in place of the bread and wine.

Children are encouraged to participate. However, there is childcare available for children ages 0 to 5.

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Women's Bible Study
Oct
22
9:30 AM09:30

Women's Bible Study

CURRENT STUDY FOR FALL 2019: We often idealize our Sisters and Brothers who are mentioned in the Bible and forget that they were just as human and you and me!  This Fall, we’ll examine and reflect on several of these lives using two books - Soul Brothers (by Richard Rohr) and Soul Sisters (by Edwina Gately).  Both books are complemented with artwork from Louis Glanzman who has portrayed these men and women through earthy, life-like portraitures which capture the heart of their humanity. 

Mother Joan Phelps and Faithe Emerich are co-leading this study.  

No need to register, just show up!

Questions? Contact Faithe Emerich at dyem@stjohnsniantic.org


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Holy Eucharist
Oct
27
8:00 AM08:00

Holy Eucharist

All baptized Christians are welcome to receive Communion. Please do not worry about “doing it right.” The important thing is simply that you know that God welcomes you.

If you haven’t been baptized, you are invited (and encouraged!) to come forward and receive a blessing in place of the bread and wine.

Children are encouraged to participate. However, there is no childcare available at the 8am service.

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Treble Choir
Oct
27
9:20 AM09:20

Treble Choir

The Treble Choir is composed of boys and girls, grades K-8. The only requirement is a joy of singing.

Our choir sings during Communion at least once monthly at the 10am service and for many special occasions and holidays.

For any questions, please call Susan Worgul at 860-739-5670.

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Holy Eucharist
Oct
27
10:00 AM10:00

Holy Eucharist

All baptized Christians are welcome to receive Communion. Please do not worry about “doing it right.” The important thing is simply that you know that God welcomes you.

If you haven’t been baptized, you are invited (and encouraged!) to come forward and receive a blessing in place of the bread and wine.

Children are encouraged to participate. However, there is childcare available for children ages 0 to 5.

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Women's Bible Study
Oct
29
9:30 AM09:30

Women's Bible Study

CURRENT STUDY FOR FALL 2019: We often idealize our Sisters and Brothers who are mentioned in the Bible and forget that they were just as human and you and me!  This Fall, we’ll examine and reflect on several of these lives using two books - Soul Brothers (by Richard Rohr) and Soul Sisters (by Edwina Gately).  Both books are complemented with artwork from Louis Glanzman who has portrayed these men and women through earthy, life-like portraitures which capture the heart of their humanity. 

Mother Joan Phelps and Faithe Emerich are co-leading this study.  

No need to register, just show up!

Questions? Contact Faithe Emerich at dyem@stjohnsniantic.org


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Women's Bible Study
Nov
5
9:30 AM09:30

Women's Bible Study

CURRENT STUDY FOR FALL 2019: We often idealize our Sisters and Brothers who are mentioned in the Bible and forget that they were just as human and you and me!  This Fall, we’ll examine and reflect on several of these lives using two books - Soul Brothers (by Richard Rohr) and Soul Sisters (by Edwina Gately).  Both books are complemented with artwork from Louis Glanzman who has portrayed these men and women through earthy, life-like portraitures which capture the heart of their humanity. 

Mother Joan Phelps and Faithe Emerich are co-leading this study.  

No need to register, just show up!

Questions? Contact Faithe Emerich at dyem@stjohnsniantic.org


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Women's Bible Study
Nov
12
9:30 AM09:30

Women's Bible Study

CURRENT STUDY FOR FALL 2019: We often idealize our Sisters and Brothers who are mentioned in the Bible and forget that they were just as human and you and me!  This Fall, we’ll examine and reflect on several of these lives using two books - Soul Brothers (by Richard Rohr) and Soul Sisters (by Edwina Gately).  Both books are complemented with artwork from Louis Glanzman who has portrayed these men and women through earthy, life-like portraitures which capture the heart of their humanity. 

Mother Joan Phelps and Faithe Emerich are co-leading this study.  

No need to register, just show up!

Questions? Contact Faithe Emerich at dyem@stjohnsniantic.org


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Women's Bible Study
Nov
19
9:30 AM09:30

Women's Bible Study

CURRENT STUDY FOR FALL 2019: We often idealize our Sisters and Brothers who are mentioned in the Bible and forget that they were just as human and you and me!  This Fall, we’ll examine and reflect on several of these lives using two books - Soul Brothers (by Richard Rohr) and Soul Sisters (by Edwina Gately).  Both books are complemented with artwork from Louis Glanzman who has portrayed these men and women through earthy, life-like portraitures which capture the heart of their humanity. 

Mother Joan Phelps and Faithe Emerich are co-leading this study.  

No need to register, just show up!

Questions? Contact Faithe Emerich at dyem@stjohnsniantic.org


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Holy Eucharist
Oct
13
10:00 AM10:00

Holy Eucharist

All baptized Christians are welcome to receive Communion. Please do not worry about “doing it right.” The important thing is simply that you know that God welcomes you.

If you haven’t been baptized, you are invited (and encouraged!) to come forward and receive a blessing in place of the bread and wine.

Children are encouraged to participate. However, there is childcare available for children ages 0 to 5.

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Treble Choir
Oct
13
9:20 AM09:20

Treble Choir

The Treble Choir is composed of boys and girls, grades K-8. The only requirement is a joy of singing.

Our choir sings during Communion at least once monthly at the 10am service and for many special occasions and holidays.

For any questions, please call Susan Worgul at 860-739-5670.

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Holy Eucharist
Oct
13
8:00 AM08:00

Holy Eucharist

All baptized Christians are welcome to receive Communion. Please do not worry about “doing it right.” The important thing is simply that you know that God welcomes you.

If you haven’t been baptized, you are invited (and encouraged!) to come forward and receive a blessing in place of the bread and wine.

Children are encouraged to participate. However, there is no childcare available at the 8am service.

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Women's Bible Study
Oct
8
9:30 AM09:30

Women's Bible Study

CURRENT STUDY FOR FALL 2019: We often idealize our Sisters and Brothers who are mentioned in the Bible and forget that they were just as human and you and me!  This Fall, we’ll examine and reflect on several of these lives using two books - Soul Brothers (by Richard Rohr) and Soul Sisters (by Edwina Gately).  Both books are complemented with artwork from Louis Glanzman who has portrayed these men and women through earthy, life-like portraitures which capture the heart of their humanity. 

Mother Joan Phelps and Faithe Emerich are co-leading this study.  

No need to register, just show up!

Questions? Contact Faithe Emerich at dyem@stjohnsniantic.org


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Holy Eucharist
Oct
6
10:00 AM10:00

Holy Eucharist

All baptized Christians are welcome to receive Communion. Please do not worry about “doing it right.” The important thing is simply that you know that God welcomes you.

If you haven’t been baptized, you are invited (and encouraged!) to come forward and receive a blessing in place of the bread and wine.

Children are encouraged to participate. However, there is childcare available for children ages 0 to 5.

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Treble Choir
Oct
6
9:20 AM09:20

Treble Choir

The Treble Choir is composed of boys and girls, grades K-8. The only requirement is a joy of singing.

Our choir sings during Communion at least once monthly at the 10am service and for many special occasions and holidays.

For any questions, please call Susan Worgul at 860-739-5670.

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Holy Eucharist
Oct
6
8:00 AM08:00

Holy Eucharist

All baptized Christians are welcome to receive Communion. Please do not worry about “doing it right.” The important thing is simply that you know that God welcomes you.

If you haven’t been baptized, you are invited (and encouraged!) to come forward and receive a blessing in place of the bread and wine.

Children are encouraged to participate. However, there is no childcare available at the 8am service.

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Women's Bible Study Begins
Oct
1
9:30 AM09:30

Women's Bible Study Begins

We often idealize our Sisters and Brothers who are mentioned in the Bible and forget that they were just as human and you and I!  This Fall, we’ll examine and reflect on several of these lives using two books - Soul Brothers (by Richard Rohr) and Soul Sisters (by Edwina Gately).  Both books are complemented with artwork from Louis Glanzman who has portrayed these men and women through earthy, life-like portraitures which capture the heart of their humanity. 

Mother Joan Phelps and Faithe Emerich will be co-leading this study.  

Join us for a weekly time of refreshment and encouragement beginning Tuesday, October 1st.  No need to register, just show up!

Questions? Contact Faithe Emerich at dyem@stjohnsniantic.org

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Holy Eucharist
Sep
29
10:00 AM10:00

Holy Eucharist

All baptized Christians are welcome to receive Communion. Please do not worry about “doing it right.” The important thing is simply that you know that God welcomes you.

If you haven’t been baptized, you are invited (and encouraged!) to come forward and receive a blessing in place of the bread and wine.

Children are encouraged to participate. However, there is childcare available for children ages 0 to 5.

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Treble Choir
Sep
29
9:20 AM09:20

Treble Choir

The Treble Choir is composed of boys and girls, grades K-8. The only requirement is a joy of singing.

Our choir sings during Communion at least once monthly at the 10am service and for many special occasions and holidays.

For any questions, please call Susan Worgul at 860-739-5670.

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Holy Eucharist
Sep
29
8:00 AM08:00

Holy Eucharist

All baptized Christians are welcome to receive Communion. Please do not worry about “doing it right.” The important thing is simply that you know that God welcomes you.

If you haven’t been baptized, you are invited (and encouraged!) to come forward and receive a blessing in place of the bread and wine.

Children are encouraged to participate. However, there is no childcare available at the 8am service.

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First Day of Church School 2019/2020
Sep
22
11:00 AM11:00

First Day of Church School 2019/2020

Join us for our first day of Church School in the 2019/2020 year on Sunday, September 22nd at 11:00am!  

All children in grades K-6th grade are invited to enroll and learn how the richness and depth of our Christian tradition can help them experience God in everyday life.

Registration forms can be found online here - http://bit.ly/church-school-reg.  Just print, fill it out and send it back in one of the following ways:

  1. Take a picture and email it to dyem@stjohnsniantic.org

  2. Mail it to the church at St. John's Episcopal Church, 400 Main Street, P.O. Box 810, Niantic, CT 06357.

  3. Bring it with you on the first day of Church School.

We’re looking forward to an amazing year!


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Holy Eucharist
Sep
22
10:00 AM10:00

Holy Eucharist

All baptized Christians are welcome to receive Communion. Please do not worry about “doing it right.” The important thing is simply that you know that God welcomes you.

If you haven’t been baptized, you are invited (and encouraged!) to come forward and receive a blessing in place of the bread and wine.

Children are encouraged to participate. However, there is childcare available for children ages 0 to 5.

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Treble Choir Begins!
Sep
22
9:20 AM09:20

Treble Choir Begins!

The Treble Choir is composed of boys and girls, grades K-8. The only requirement is a joy of singing.

Our choir sings during Communion at least once monthly at the 10am service and for many special occasions and holidays.

For any questions, please call Susan Worgul at 860-739-5670.

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Holy Eucharist
Sep
22
8:00 AM08:00

Holy Eucharist

All baptized Christians are welcome to receive Communion. Please do not worry about “doing it right.” The important thing is simply that you know that God welcomes you.

If you haven’t been baptized, you are invited (and encouraged!) to come forward and receive a blessing in place of the bread and wine.

Children are encouraged to participate. However, there is no childcare available at the 8am service.

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