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The church’s core mission is making sense of God’s ongoing work and presence in our lives. Epiphany is the season the church sets aside for looking for and seeing God in all things. In this series in the season of Epiphany, the clergy will explore with parishioners how we see and talk about God in our everyday lives and in the scriptures. Conversations will take place on Sundays between the 8 and 10 AM services at a round table in Bleecker Hall.
Bring a cup of coffee and join us!
Please join us next Sunday for a very special Coffee Hour presentation featuring Jon Stepanian, founder of Community Solidarity, an organization that St. John’s Outreach has supported for many years. Jon has created a remarkable food share network on Long Island whose impact has been enormous in both human and environmental terms. Community Solidarity’s goal is to end hunger, poverty and homelessness on Long Island, and Jon’s vision to achieve that goal is unique and inspiring. Don’t miss this one! Questions? Contact Laura Swiggett ([email protected]).
Originally published by News 12, Long Island News 12 recognizes Jon Stepanian and Community Solidarity, Inc. as one of their "12 Making a Difference" for 2015. The full video which aired on Jan. 30th 2015 can be found on the News 12 website at the following link:
Welcome to St. John's Episcopal Church! We invite all to join us at any of our worship services, and it is our hope that you will find a spiritual home here.Read More
St. John's Episcopal Church was the first religious institution to be established in Cold Spring Harbor. The first Episcopalian services were held in the little 18th century school house just above the site of the present church. The very first Vestry minutes, written in fine script on September 4, 1831, lists the founders who pledged $2,000 to build a new church.Read More
We are GROWING! The mission and ministry of St. John’s is getting stronger and reaching far and wide. With the addition of Mary Beth, our new Curate, our Sunday school, youth programs, pastoral care and outreach activities will continue to flourish.