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+Message from St. John's, and information on our Clergy and Staff


+ Transitions - Information about St. John's Rector Search


+St. John's Vestry Information

Pictures and bios of the the Vestry, as well as the responsibilities, qualifications, and expectations for a vestry member.


+Education and Spiritual Growth

  • The Nursery-Infants to Age 3

  • For Children-Age 3 to 5th grade 

  • For Youth-6th grade and up

  • For Adults




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+Music and Choirs


+Fellowship and Parish Life


+Care and Support


+Guide for Newcomers

+Special Services: Baptism, Confirmation, Weddings, Funerals


+Sustaining Our Church


+St. John's Parish Day School





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The St. John's community continues to support those effected by the Ellicott City flood through donations and coordinated efforts in partnership with St. Peter's.  We are EC Strong!  Ellicott City Strong & Strong as the Episcopal Church.  Interim Rector John L. Rabb has secured an Episcopal Relief Development (ERD) grant to help our community continue relief efforts as the cleanup and restoration process continues.  Lay and clergy staff from St. John's will be offering counseling to those in need as result of the floods.  To support the effort click here to donate through The Ellicott City Partnership.  Click here to buy the EC Strong t-shirt which also supports the ECP.   



The Rev. Dr. Carol Pinkham Oak retired from 30 years of ministry, with the last 10 as the Rector of St. John's on Sunday, May 1. The Rt. Rev. John L. Rabb is serving as the Interim Rector of St. John's effective May2, 2016. A rector search committee has been formed, and is actively working with the St. John’s clergy team, parish staff, lay leaders and vestry to guide the parish through the transition process.  Click here for the transitions page.

2016 Annual Stewardship Campaign
Help us Be the Light and Share the Light at St. John’s.
Please support the 2016 Annual Giving Campaign

CLICK THIS LINK to pledge on-line

Stop Hunger Now Packing Event: August 28

a Service over Self- All Parish Work Day
10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. in the Auditorium
Join the movement to end hunger in our lifetime! Help us reach our goal to package 10,152+ meals on 8/28/16.
Click here to register.  All cost of materials are being paid for by Outreach funds from our Rummage Sale.


Light the Way

 Click here for general information about St. John's capital campaign. E-mail Kendle Priestley for additional information, or phone the office: 410-461-7793, ext. 110. 


Resources (click through using the links below) 



for the St. John's ACS Portal


Click here to download a "how to" worksheet on St. John's Member Portal


Diocese of Maryland


Howard County Concert Orchestra


To view St. John's complete calendar, click here.


Weekly Worship at Saint John's


Sunday Morning Worship
Historic Church: 7:30, 9:00, and 11:30 a.m.


All Saints' Hall: 9:00 a.m. (the contemporary worship service)


Resurrection Chapel: 11:30 a.m. Korean Language Service (Click here to learn more).


Saturday Worship
Resurrection Chapel, 5:00 p.m. 


Worship During the Week
Monday Through Friday: Prayer service, 12 noon,
Resurrection Chapel


Wednesdays: Evening Prayer, 6:00 p.m., Resurrection Chapel (includes 20 minutes of silent centering prayer)


Thursdays: Holy Eucharist and Healing Prayers, 7:00 a.m., Resurrection Chapel


Questions? Please contact the Parish Life Center, 410-461-7793, ext. 113. 

Saint John's Publications

e-Bulletin for 9:00 AM Worship in the Historic Church

Monthly Newsletter (June 2016 Godsibb Ministry Spotlight)

the next issue of our monthly print newsletter will be the September 2016 issue

Annual Report 2015