May 9, Ruth Lively on God’s love for us and our practice of love for others. May 2, Paul Smith on abiding in love as
St. John’s members: consider joining our reading group, alternate Sunday evenings, on Esau McCaulley’s Reading While Black: African American Biblical Interpretation as an Exercise in Hope.
by Andrew Osmun Last Friday was Jazz Night, when RJF member Robert Messore led a tour through the life and music of Sister Rosetta Tharpe — known
A video of the stations of the cross in St. John’s Episcopal Church by Joe Rose accompanied by music by Abbie Storch.
To make it easier than ever to listen to sermons preached at St. John’s Episcopal Church, we have made a brand-new podcast that collects sermons
This Lenten devotional takes the form of a musical medley of hymns recorded by Jonathan Cranston (banjo and voice) and Lenore Hammers (violin and voice).
by Joel Dodson For the past several years, I’ve found myself returning to W. H. Auden’s Horae Canonicae during Lent. Auden’s poem was written in stages between 1947
by Ruth Lively In the Minervois region in southern France, an ancient Romanesque chapel sits by its lonely self in the midst of a grove
by Joe Rose The first followers of “The Way” did not observe Christ’s birth. Two millenia later, the days leading up to Christmas tend to
by John Hare This is John Hare, one of your wardens at St. John’s. I am going to talk today about John the Baptizer, who features
by Bill Rowley Advent was, for me, growing up, a time of delightful anticipation. Our Advent calendar often had chocolates behind the doors and my
– by Bill Rowley Challenge Growing up, I knew of only one illustrious ancestor, a general in the Continental Army during the Revolution. One year,