St. John's Church, Bath
We would love to see you at our church. Our recent renovations around the property have resulted in a beautiful and inspiring environment that you'll love coming to. With your hard work and support, we've building a church that the entire community can be proud of. Come see for yourself!
We welcome anyone looking to volunteer their time and talent to the many ongoing ministries of our faith community. Both of our Wardens - Cathy Thomas and John Morrison - would be happy to talk to you about how you can help out and get involved. Below are some of our ministries that you might want to help out with:
Altar Guild — One-month-long commitment to help set-up and clean up the altar and various other liturgical needs. This opportunity is open to anyone, no matter how much you know and don’t know about the Eucharist.
Choral Guild — Our choir is composed of a few faithful voices but is open to whomever shows up at 9:45am on Sundays and wants to sing. We have lots of choir robes and love hearing new voices.
Monthly Service Opportunities — One-month-long commitment to help set-up, clean-up, greet people, or provide refreshments. Also included is the opportunity to (with a couple other people) cook our weekly community meals that we serve in the Parish Hall on Mondays during the fall and winter seasons.
Office hours with the Pastor — Fr. Bram holds office hours on Wednesday mornings from 9:30am until 12:30pm and (most) Thursdays from 12:30pm until 4:00. Everyone is welcome to stop by and hang out. These days and times can change so it is a good idea to call ahead.
Bible Study and Small Groups – Various Bible/small group studies take place at the church. Stop by or keep checking the website to see when and where the next one will be happening.
Sunday School – The church offers a separate time of worship and learning for children ages 3-10. The children always begin by participating in the main liturgy, leave for a time, and then return to share in the Eucharist with their parents. All of our Sunday school leaders have gone through our “safe church” protocols and have had police checks.