Children’s Chapel needs a second adult or high school student to fulfill Safe Church practices. Please consider signing up once a month or quarter as a helper or teacher.

  • The role of a helper is to welcome and express God’s care for each child. Please sit in with the children, model participation for them, and help redirect their attention when needed.
  • Once a month we need a teacher while Amy, our Interim Children, Youth, and Families Minister attends her home church. Amy emails location of supplies and an agenda to adapt to your style.

For more information you can contact Amy at youth@stjohns-mpls.org.

Children's Chapel

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Sundays at St. John’s
Sundays at St. John’s

Quiet and reflective? Traditional or contemporary? Geared toward adults, or children? The answer is yes, we hope, to all of the above.

Download our Parish Profile here.

Learn about our stained glass windows here.

Read about our 2017 Capital Campaign here.

Our Location

St. John's Episcopal Church
4201 Sheridan Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55410

Phone: 612-922-0396
Email: info@stjohns-mpls.org

Sunday Worship Schedule

As we continue to navigate these unusual times, please go here to see what our current service schedule is!

Check our calendar here for a daily schedule of events.

Liturgical Ministry Schedule

The current ministry schedule is available to all lay ministers by clicking on the Ministry Scheduler Pro link below:

Find weekly lectionary readings here.

Worship Events
September 23, 2021
  • Noonday Prayer

    September 23, 2021  12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

    Via Zoom. Check our Thursday e-news for link.

    See more details

September 26, 2021
  • Sunday Services and more!

    September 26, 2021

    9am Service (Children's Chapel available)
    10am Social Time/Civil Conversations series/Sunday School
    11:15am Service (note new time!)

    See more details

September 30, 2021
  • Noonday Prayer

    September 30, 2021  12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

    Via Zoom. Check our Thursday e-news for link.

    See more details