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There’s a long heritage of student engagement at St. John's. Williams students have sung in our choir, some have administered the chalice, others have helped lead our children's programs. Still others have joined in our intergenerational mission trips. Our worship is deeply enriched by the involvement of students. 

All adult education programs in the parish welcome the involvement of students. Consult the Calendar of Events or the weekly service bulletin for information about them.

St. John’s is also the site of the weekly gathering known as The Feast—an inclusive community of students that’s grounded in the Christian story but open to all. This Williams progressive Protestant community meets at St. John’s every Sunday during term time from 5:30  to 7:00 p.m for a home-cooked meal (always vegetarian/vegan-friendly), good conversation and fellowship, and a brief service of reflection seasoned with music and poetry. For more information about The Feast, contact the Williams Chaplain's office.

 

There is a long heritage of student leadership at St. John's. Several Williams College students sing in our choir, some administer the chalice, others help lead our children's programs. Still, others join in the intergenerational mission trips. Our worship, often experimental, is deeply enriched by the involvement of students. 

All adult education programs in the parish welcome the participation of students. Consult the Calendar of Events or the weekly service bulletin for information about them.

Also, we welcome students to join the annual ten-week Christian Foundations series, which has been useful to people considering being confirmed or received in the Episcopal Church.

There is always a place at the table for you at this weekly gathering of Williams students. The Feast is an inclusive community of students grounded in the Christian story but open to all. This Williams' progressive Protestant community meets every Sunday, 5:30–7 p.m., at St. John's Church on Park Street in the Upper Room for a home-cooked meal (always vegetarian/vegan-friendly), good conversation and fellowship, and a brief service of reflection seasoned with music and poetry. For more information about the Feast, contact the Williams Chaplain's office.