St. John’s Episcopal Church is an extended family of loving people bound by our faith in Jesus Christ. We seek to deepen our relationship with God, support one another, strengthen our faith community, and serve our neighbors. All are welcome!
We are located off of I-70, America's Main Street, in Abilene, Kansas on the southeast corner of Buckeye Avenue (Hwy 15) and N. 6th Street. Look for the church with the red doors.
Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, you are welcome to be a part of our parish life by joining us in worship and service to the God of life and love.
If you are visiting in the area, we'd be delighted to offer you our hospitality.
Fr. Jerry Rankin, Priest in Charge
Holy Eucharist is celebrated every Sunday service at 10:00 AM. All are invited to Christ's table for communion.
Sunday School and a nursery are offered at the same time as the service.
Hospitality and fellowship in the undercroft (otherwise known as the church basement) follow the service.
August 2 - Holy Eucharist and Nursery 10:00 AM
Ultreya St. Luke's Wamego 5:00 PM
August 5 - Prayer & Praise Potluck 6:00 PM
August 7 - Group Reunion 10:00 AM
August 9 - Holy Eucharist and Nursery 10:00 AM
Daughters of the King 11:15 AM
August 14 - Group Reunion 10:00 AM
August 16 - Holy Eucharist and Nursery 10:00 AM
Vestry Meeting 11:15 AM
August 21 - Group Reunion 10:00 AM
August 24 - Holy Eucharist and Nursery 10:00 AM
August 28 - Group Reunion 10:00 AM
August 30 - Holy Eucharist and Nursery 10:00 AM
From Our Blog: Parade Hospitality
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