Weekly Newsletter


  • Wednesday 7am: Guys Breakfast at Pucketts in Franklin.
  • Women's Book Study: Continues on Wednesday, May 10th at 9am at the church office (225 4th Ave. N.) on the book Sensible Shoes.
  • Men’s Second Thursday: Join the men of St. John’s for happy hour on Thursday, May 11th at 5:30pm at Granite City. This fellowship event will occur every second Thursday of the month. Please RSVP with Campbell by Thursday.
  • Rector's Forum on GAFCON: Starting May 21st we will be working our way through a document titled, "The Kigali Commitment 2023", which was released at GAFCO (Global Anglican Future Conference) last month. This rectors forum will take place after the service on Sundays. I hope to see you there, and bring lots of questions.
  • Claiborne & Hughes: Wednesday, May 31st from 6-7:30pm. We will continue to provide bingo and refreshments for our friends at Claiborne & Hughes on the last Wednesday of each month. All are welcome! If you have any questions, please contact David Fleet.
  • Family Gathering: Sunday, June 11th from 12pm-4pm at the Ladd Park Clubhouse. More details to come.

Our Life Together

  • Children’s Ministry: To view our website click here.
  • Pray with us for... 
    • Healing for Kathleen, Katherine, Karen, Caroline, Craig, Jack, Shawn, Helena Boost, Virginia and the Greening's expected grandson. For those affected by the Covenant School shooting. For Annabel for the passing of her brother Paul. 
    • The Ministries of Hard Bargain, New Hope Academy, Claiborne & Hughes, GraceWorks, Franktown, and Franklin Community Development.
    • Prayer requests... or to find out more about the prayer team, email Beth Bizier.
  • New Set-Up Leader Needed: If you or someone you know might be interested in the position of set-up leader at St. John's, please click hereto email Father Michael.  

Helpful Links

  • Daily Prayer: To view each prayer Livestream, click here for St. John's Facebook page. 
  • Morning Prayer: Mondays through Fridays at 8:30am. Click here for the bulletin.
  • Aid to Ukraine: If you are looking for ways to offer aid to the people of Ukraine, follow the links below.
    • ACNA: Here
    • Fred Heumann's Ministry: Here
  • St. John's Youtube Page: To view St. John's Youtube channel and videos, please click here
  • On-Line Giving: If you would like to give online, you can do so by clicking here or by visiting the church website. Text-to-give is also available by texting a dollar amount to 84321. You can either make a one time donation or set up recurring payments. 

This Week's Lectionary