The final Taizé service for the 2014-15 year on Friday, June 5 at 7 p.m. in the Sanctuary. Our monthly service of contemplative chant and silent meditation in the tradition of the ecumenical Christian community of Taizé in France, with live musical accompaniment. This is a wonderful way to share St. John’s with friends who might not attend a Sunday morning liturgy. A $10 donation is requested, but no one is turned away for lack of funds. Taizé. will resume its regular first Friday schedule beginning in September.
St. John's is an emergent Christian Community and has been Petaluma's parish of the Episcopal Church since 1856. Check out our schedule of services to your right and announcements about special programs under "News."
We are rooted in the Hebrew and Greek scriptures, the ancient practices of the church, and a historic institution, the Anglican Communion, that connects us with brothers and sisters throughout the world.
At the same time, we are on a journey of discovery as we follow the living Spirit through an era of uncertainty and epochal change. We welcome individuals and families of diverse faith backgrounds, ages, interests, and experiences to join us on this exciting adventure. We honor personal freedom and responsibility and the divine image in everyone. Contact us to find out more, or come by for a visit.
|Rachel Carson Returns!
Saturday, June 6 - 1:00 - 3:00 pm
Norm Cram Parish Hall, 530 C Street
St. John's U presents Sonoma County
poet Lilith Rogers telling the story
of Rachel Carson.
For more information,
contact Victoria Temple
or email email@example.com.
Save the Date! Upcoming Fellowship
Annual Parish Picnic
Sunday, June 28, Noon
at Liberty Garage