8:00am & 10:30am
Third Sundays 7pm
To know Christ and to make him known by growing the St. John's community
through excellent: worship, particularly music and preaching Christian formation,
adult, youth, and child, and community action, internal and external.
To know Christ and to make him known.
To be a growing and vibrant multiracial Christian Community, living our baptismal
promises in an integrated, responsive, and stable life in Christ
in the Anglican Tradition.
All Are Welcome Here!
Founded in 1692, we have been serving our surrounding communities of
Ft. Washington and Oxon Hill, Maryland for over 314 years. You are invited
to share this rich tradition and to join us in carrying on a legacy of support
to our parish members and service to our neighbors in need.
St. John's is a diverse community of believers and seekers.
All are welcome to join our parish family. You will enrich our lives with your
presence and your talents. At the same time, you will also receive the unique
blessings only available to you from a vital and productive gathering
of loving and caring Christians.
Since we are a small parish, you will find us to be very accessible.
You will not be “lost” here. We will get to know each other immediately
and you will soon feel that you are a full-fledged member of our family.
We have many activities, both in “reaching-out” to the community
and in our own rich social life. Thus, we are sure you will find a rewarding
experience here in addition to the spiritual blessings of our worship services.
Many thanks to the Episcopal Diocese of Washington for providing us with a home on the Web!
This website was last updated on April !9, 2014.
April 20 Easter Sunday Services 8:00 & 10:30 am
No Evensong on Easter
Fourth Sunday at Four Concert Series
Sunday, April 27 at 4pm
Pianist Michael Clarke
Sunday, May18 at noon (after the 10:30 service).
Bring your favorite dish to share, and any items or pictures celebrating your ethnic background. Call Faith Chisholm (number in Church Directory), or the Church Office, 301-248-4290, for more information.
Next Choral Evensong
Sunday, May 18 at 7:00 pm
Brahms German Requiem, Op. 45
Fourth Sunday at Four Concert Series
Sunday, May 25 at 4pm
Adam Graham, Organ
Trudy Eide, Piano
Tuesdays from 7-8:30pm. Need help with your homework? Are you within grades 1-8? St. John's capable homework helpers are here to assist! Volunteers from the congregation & friends of St. John's, including some current and retired teachers, are available every Tuesday in Bayne Hall. See our flyer for more details. See you soon!
Next Lunch Bunch
Thursday, April 24 at Mimi's Cafe
The Lunch Bunch is open to women and friends of St. John's with the purpose of gathering together for fellowship, and to provide support to the local community. For reservation and more information call Jean Parker (number in church directory)
Women's Group (W.O.W.)
Next meeting is May 15, 7 pm in the Addison Room.
St. John's Women's Group meets monthly to plan events for outreach and fundraising which include the Annual Tea, Bake Sales, Sewing & Knitting projects, and Craft Sales. Recent events have included making over 170 pillowcases for children with cancer; collecting donations of specific clothing for Charlotte Hall Veterans Home; and a holiday bake sale and raffle fundraiser for the Church. All are invited to join. Contact the church office at 301-248-4290 for more details.
Volunteers are needed on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. If you have some free time to give, it would be greatly appreciated. More information is available in the church office.
We love our Jr. Warden, Derek Vereen, but he can't do all the work himself! Those interested in giving a helping hand around the property are encouraged to contact Derek via the church office.
Links of Interest
Episcopal Diocese of Washington
The Lectionary Page