Summer Inter-parish Pop-Up Book Discussion: "Waking up White" by Debby Irving
Cold Spring Harbor Lab President/CEO on the Coronavirus
Join us for Virtual Coffee Hour on Sunday at 10 am!
EVENT POSTPONED: Aging in Place: All We Need to Know About Medicare
Rector’s Bible Study
Mondays, 12 noon (except holiday Mondays)
The Rector’s Bible Study is an opportunity at the start of the week to study the scriptures for the upcoming Sunday. The study will focus on the place of the assigned texts in the larger canon of scripture, their resonances in Christian tradition and the history of their interpretation. It is a chance to bring your ques…
St. John's Aging in Place group, formed in 2011, presents an annual series of lunchtime programs in Bleecker Hall for parishioners and community members. Topics are issues of concern to those growing old in our area and/or those caring for relatives or friends. Clergy and other experts make presentations and lead discussions. Programs are generally scheduled on a Tuesday at 12:00…Read More »
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. AA is not a…Read More »
Caring Connection links parish volunteers with fellow parishioners when an "extra pair of hands" would be appreciated.
What does Caring Connection offer?
- Rides to church and church events
- Driving to occasional appointments, etc.
- Occasional help with marketing
- An occasional meal
- A friendly visit or telephone call
- Get well and condolence cards
- A warm shawl as a symbol of caring
- Information …
‘But ask the animals, and they will teach you;
the birds of the air, and they will tell you;
ask the plants of the earth, and they will teach you;
and the fish of the sea will declare to you.
Who among all these does not know
that the hand of the Lord has done this?
In his hand is the life of every living thing
and the breath of every human being.'
St. John’…Read More »
The Outreach Committee provides St. John's with an organized and effective outreach channel for helping disadvantaged people to help themselves.
What do we do?
As a vital part of St. John's mission of outreach, the Outreach Committee . . .
Supports local, national, and international organizations that help people to help themselves.
Volunteers skills and donations for local eff…Read More »
The Fair is a beloved tradition of parish fellowship that also results in funds raised for donations to local and regional charities and special projects within the church and its buildings.
This year the planned offerings and events include:
Silent Auction, Raffles, Handmade Crafts, Baked G…Read More »
St. John's Day Camp has been serving young children in the Huntington area for over 40 years. It has been funded in part through contributions of individual parishioners and friends of St. John's Church. It serves eighty children, ages four to six years old, for six weeks. This day camp is a program of enrichment, and it is staffed with professionals from the Huntington area. The…Read More »
St. Matthias Fellowship Celebrates Friendship (and a New Water Well!)
The St. Matthias Fellowship held a retreat in September 2017 to reﬂect on the Fellowship's mission, goals, and objectives. It has been almost eight years since St. John's ﬁrst teamed up with St. Matthias School in Deslandes, Haiti. The retreat revealed new insights and ideas about our work together, and aﬃrmed t…Read More »
Join the Hospitality Team - Everyone is Welcome!
Have you ever wondered who puts together the many social events at St. John's - Coffee Hours, picnics, BBQ's, and receptions? The Hospitality Team organizes it all. Hospitality is a vital and fun part of the fellowship of St. John's. We welcome you to join our committee, host a Coffee Hour or to help occasionally at one of our event…Read More »