Every December, St. John's holds its annual meeting and votes new members to the vestry, nominated from the congregation.
Deb Neff, a native of Michigan, has joined the staff of St. John's Episcopal Church.
The Community Youth Program at St. John’s is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2018-2019.
WSLS Channel 10 features St. John's in a May Habitat for Humanity build.
Pepper the Robot took a break from his work with Roanoke County Public Library to visit St. John's in early May.
Members of a multiracial community group born out of the Becoming Beloved Community initiative and the Gainsboro Southwest Neighborhood Organization have begun a project to restore and rebuild in Roanoke's Gainsboro neighborhood.
St. John's is practicing Epiphany - God in the world - this season in projects including our annual Rise Against Hunger pack and an upcoming Habitat for Humanity build.
David-Charles Campbell, minister of music for nearly 20 years, retired in February. Assistant Minister of Music Michael Milam has stepped in as interim while we move toward a national search.
Practicing handbells at home between rehearsals isn’t quite the same as packing up a violin or a flute in its case. It more often requires substitutes – hairbrushes, spoons. Handbell ringers make music in ensemble, like an orchestra or a chorus, but in the case of handbells, the melody is built entirely note by note. Silence one bell, and you hear the gaps...
Perhaps you’ve heard – the Reverend Nadia Bolz-Weber is coming to St. John’s on Thursday, November 16! Seats will go fast, so here are the details...