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Join us on Sundays at 9:00 and 11:00

Join us on Sundays at 9:00 and 11:00 for a glorious morning of church! Our 9:00 service is a shorter, more casual service with a shorter sermon, easy-to-sing music, and “family-style” Communion! Kids are always welcome at St. John’s (we really mean that!), but the 9:00 service is especially family friendly. We also have warm, friendly childcare in our beautiful atrium from 8:30 to 12:30 if you (or your children) would prefer.

Our 11:00 service is a bit more formal, with a full choir and glorious music from one of the best choirs in Washington, DC. (Trust me, we

 No matter which service you choose, you’ll find friendly folks to greet you and help you find the sacred in this joyful place. Come and see!

Halloween Spooktacular!

Live Organ & Silent Film-Sun, Oct 20 @ 5 pm

Haunted-house lighting and décor set the stage for an early Halloween evening out with the organist and composer Dorothy Papadakos. Showcasing her bold improvisational skills on St. John’s magnificent pipe organ, she will set your spine tingling as you view the cult classic masterpiece Nosferatu. Turner Classic Movies calls it “one of the most foreboding and influential horror films in the history of cinema.”

Come in costume as your favorite vampire, grab some popcorn, and watch the silver screen’s frightening 1922 German Expressionist masterpiece come alive! Co-sponsored by the American Film Institute. Tickets are only $20 (popcorn included!) College students – bring your ID on the night of the concert for a student discount!

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The Irreverends!

The Irreverends – the Podcast that takes God seriously, but not much else.

The Irreverends is a weekly podcast in which Gini and our former Assistant Rector, Tim Watt, explore the lessons for the coming Sunday with a spiritual exercise and a dash of snark! We were on sabbatical this summer but we are back! Click here (or on the picture) to take you to a veritable treasure trove of all of our episodes…