St. John's Anglican Church
6722 West Friendly Avenue
Greensboro NC 27410
Sundays 8:30 am Holy Eucharist
Sundays 10:00 am Holy Eucharist
Wednesdays 5:45 pm Holy Eucharist
In worship, we use the 1928 Book of Common Prayer
Reading the Scriptures, praying together, and sharing a common meal are the ways that Christians from earliest times have enjoyed fellowship with one another and with the risen Lord, and so we continue.
Grounded in the 1928 Book of Common Prayer, our worship service is liturgical and based upon the ancient traditions of the Christian faith, and it is also Biblical, rooted in the Word of God.
We welcome visitors by showing forth God's gracious invitation to taste and see that the Lord is good.
St. John's is a community of believers with varying backgrounds, interests and experiences; but in Jesus Christ we are made one body.
Please feel free to contact our parish office or one of our clergy should you desire more information.
What is Anglican Worship
If you are new to an Anglican worship service, then (depending on your experience in other church settings) it may strike you as a little strange. In contrast to many of the worship services you might attend today, Anglican worship is formal—that is, it follows a set pattern. The “blueprint” for Anglican worship is the Book of Common Prayer. Read More
The Very Rev’d Father Mark Menees, D.D., Rector
Monday - Clergy Day Off
Tuesday - 10am - 1pm
Wednesday - 2pm - 5pm
Thursday - 10am - 4pm
Friday - 10am - 1pm
Nursery/children's room equipped with video and audio of our service available by request Sundays.
Opportunities for Involvement
Choir | Altar Guild | Acolytes | Evangelism/Membership Committee
Study Group - Wednesday evenings 7 pm
Wednesdays - 5:45 PM -Eucharist
Sunday 1/10 Vestry Meeting - 11:30am
2/14 Vestry Meeting - 11:30am
Study Group - As Announced
Sunday Church School - As Announced
In the midst of a very busy time of year take the time to pray Morning or Evening Prayer in the BCP. Advent is a period of hoping, longing, and looking for the Messiah. It is also a time cleaning out our spiritual lives of trivial pursuits so that we can receive him and the graces he brings.
Don't forget to feed the Little Red Wagon. The need is more that ever right now in our community. Our help is critical in support of St. Paul's food pantry. Any kind of non-perishable food will help greatly. Thank you for your support.
St. John's Prayer List
Peace for our earth, for our nation, for our political system; for all those impacted by the pandemic; for all doctors, nurses and all first responders; for the Church; for our Diocese; for our Parish, in particular for Sandy, Mark+, Jo, Maddie, Sally & Jim, Burk, Jake, Stacy, Willis, Tom, Joe, Ed, Bill, Pat, David, Judy, Michael, Ellen, Nathan, Mary Ellen, Bettylou, Dorothy, Mary, Maureen, Edward, Lucinda, Monica, Margaret, Ann
If you know of someone who is ill, in the hospital or desires our prayers for any other reason, or if you need to be contacted by the Rector please inform one of our ushers or speak with Father Mark.