We welcome you.

We are many generations from a variety of religious backgrounds who have been attracted to a warm and welcoming community of people, the beauty of the Anglican liturgy, and a commitment to making a difference in the world, both locally and globally.

Our communal life is both enriching and challenging as we try to balance age-old ways of worship with fresh expressions, as we explore God's Word, grow in loving relationship with Jesus Christ and each other, and as we discover and develop our spiritual gifts.

Wherever you are in your spiritual journey, we welcome you.

124th Annual
Parish Business Meeting

Sunday, February 11
(snow date Feb. 18)
11:30 AM, Lower Room
Light Lunch
Election of Officers
Financial Report, Outreach Update, and Clergy Transition Q&A

Shrove Tuesday
Supper & FUN

Tuesday, February 13
5:30-7:30PM, Lower Room

Please bring family and friends to enjoy Cajun music while you eat homemade pancakes (regular and gluten-free) with maple syrup, yummy topings, sausage and applesauce. Reservations helpful though not required:

Ash Wednesday
February 14

7:15AM, 12:15PM, 7:15PM
5:15PM Service for ALL Ages
(especially accessible to children, teens & families)
Read this month's Newsletter to learn more!

+ The mission of the people of St. John's Parish, Williamstown, is to know God and make God known through worship, love, and service, by the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ and in the strength of the Holy Spirit. +

We are very pleased to announce that, on May 1st, The Rev. Nathaniel Anderson will become the next Rector of St. John’s Church. God has indeed answered our prayers.

Weekly events & church happenings are posted HERE on our Facebook page.

Sunday Services

8 AM

Eucharist, Rite I

Traditional language of the Book of Common Prayer with minimal music.

9:40 AM

Lift Every Voice

Everyone warmly welcomed! The music and prayers we learn in this festive gathering will be part of upcoming services, and when they come up in church, you will not need a hymnal or bulletin! You will know them by heart.

10 AM

Godly play: ages 5–12 

(Check the calendar to see which Sundays are Godly Play gatherings and which are all full-community worship services in the church.)
A spiritual formation program based on Montessori method that shares our tradition's sacred stories and provides the time and means for reflection that is kinesthetic, prayerful, and playful. Children join the rest of the congregation before communion.

10 AM

Eucharist, Rite II

Contemporary language supported by organ and choral music. Childcare available.