St. John's Episcopal Church Fall 2020
The Diocese of Southwestern Virginia is dedicated to confronting the sin of racism, understanding the nature of systemic racism, and working toward racial justice and healing in the name of Christ. The resources on this page are offered in support of clergy, lay leaders, and congregations. They are a starting place for the journey toward reconciliation.
Starting June 21, St. John's will begin to offer in-person worship at 10:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. every Sunday. These in-person services will be limited to no more than 70 people and require your advance registration. Congregants are asked to follow important guidelines detailed in the Regathering Guidelines below. Please read the guidelines carefully in order to ensure your safety and the safety of our whole congregation. Please note, our live-stream service will move to 9 a.m. and be without congregants. We encourage people to continue worship with us virtually from home, especially those who those in high-risk categories, including people over age 65.
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.
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.