The Episcopal Church in Youngstown, NY

All are welcome to attend our 9:30 a.m. Sunday worship service. Join us for hymns, scripture, prayers and Holy Eucharist

News from St. John's Episcopal Church, Youngstown NY

Join us Sunday, March 19 as we welcome Tuscarora language teacher, Caitlin Philips at Sunday coffee hour. Click here for more information on this and other CDRD (Commission to Dismantle Racism and Discrimination) programming at St. John's.

Support humanitarian efforts in Turkey and Syria following the devastating earthquake through Episcopal Relief and Development.

Join us Sunday, Feb. 12 as we mark Black History Month with a special presentation of  "The Tom Ashford Story" during coffee hour. 

Bishop Sean Responds to the Death of Tyre Nichols. We encourage you to also read the response from Bishop Phoebe Roaf of The Episcopal Diocese of West Tennessee, which includes Memphis. 

Bishop Sean's update on the partnership between the Dioceses of Western New York and North West Pennsylvania

Crisis in Ukraine: help provide humanitarian assistance to refugees fleeing the country with a donation to Episcopal Relief and Development

Presiding Bishop Michael Curry speaks about the Jesus Movement

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Covid Protocols adopted by the vestry


Additional worship opportunities:

Weekly Service livestreamed from St. Paul's Cathedral, Buffalo: Sundays at 10:15 am

Noonday Prayer Tuesday and Thursday @ 12:00 pm livestreamed on Facebook by the Episcopal Dioceses of WNY and NWPA

Worship with The National Cathedral, Washington D.C.:  morning prayer service online every day

Prayer Resources

Daily Prayer: A resource of Forward Movement (publishers of Forward Day By Day)

Bishop Sean writes to us, asking that we pray and work for an end to racial inequality, saying "...together, we can do the work of repenting of white supremacy and racism, committing ourselves to holy change and the peace of God which passes all understanding.Read Bishop Sean's letter.

Support the mission and ministry that is St. John's

Mail your gift to St. John's Episcopal Church, PO Box 366, Youngstown NY 14174 or give online - use the drop down menu to select Youngstown, St, John's