Palm Sunday Procession
Welcome to St. John’s, a parish of the Diocese of Western Michigan in the Episcopal Church. We are a diverse Christian community, following Jesus’ teaching through liturgical worship, transformation in the mind of Christ, and the pursuit of reconciliation and justice in God’s creation. This is summarized by our motto: Worship God. Be Transformed in Christ. Change the World. We encourage you to read our welcoming statement here to find out more about us.
If you are visiting our area, we welcome you to come and worship with us. If you are seeking a church to call home, we would be honored if you would spend some time with us to see if we might be that place for you.
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2015 Ecumenical Quiet Day • Divine Healing—The Christian Spiritual Life
As we enter the final weeks of Lent, all are welcome to an ecumenical quiet day, hosted by St. John’s Episcopal Church, on Saturday, March 21, from 9am-4:30pm (with an optional Yoga Wake-Up at 8:00am for those interested). Fr. Jared Cramer from St. John’s will be joined by Fr. James Honeycutt, the priest at Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, for a series of meditations and quiet times exploring the shape of the Christian Spiritual life. Beginning with the image of divine healing, we will move into a series of meditations on the journey that divine healing takes as we move closer into union with the divine life. Lunch is included, but you must register in advance online here
. There is a suggested donation of $25 to cover expenses, but scholarships are available upon request..