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Bless Your Pets This Sunday at 10 & 2:00!

Join us this Sunday for our annual Blessing of the Animals! Bring your pets (or stuffies!) to church at 10:00 or come at 2:00 for a short service and blessing on our lawn! We can’t wait to see you!

Sunday Service at 10:00 am until October 8th

We are continuing our summer schedule of one service at 10:00 until October 8th. Join us for a joyful, spirit-filled service at 10:00, followed by coffee hour and refreshments in our beautiful parish hall! You will find a warm, friendly congregation happy to welcome you, and hear excellent preaching that connects the stories of our faith with the concerns of our modern lives. Children are always welcome to stay with you in church, and we also have wonderful childcare in our atrium until 11:30. Starting on October 8th, we will have an intergenerational service at 9:00, and a full service with choir at 11:00. Join us! Be you. Be here. Belong.

Wizard of Oz Sunday was MAGICAL!

Sunday, August 27th was a MAGICAL morning at St. John’s, Georgetown! We were “Off to see the Wizard” for our 15th Theme Sunday! We sang the songs, made spooky animal sounds, blew bubbles when Glinda appeared, and most importantly, learned that God is not a wizard, and will be with you on life’s journeys, helping you find community that can help you when life gets hard. Click here to listen to our podcast episode, and stay tuned for video clips! We may be 230 years old, but we are young at heart! St. John’s, Georgetown. Be you. Be here. Belong.

We are always praying, and are here to pray for and with you. Even during times of great anxiety and concern – here and around the world – know that our prayers are with you, and that God is still at work in the world. If you would like to send in a prayer request, click here, or on the “Prayer Request” image and we will get our prayer team on it! And if you need some help or support, please feel free to call the office, and our phone system will patch you through to one of us.



Helping others is another great way to engage with your faith and with the community. St. Theresa of Avila reminds us that God has no hands on earth now but our’s.  Click here or the button below to connect with folks who can help connect what you have to offer with what others might need!