St. John in the Wilderness
We have resumed in-person worship in a limited capacity. Our services are at 8:45 and 11:00 a.m. Registration is required.
Click here to sign up for our Bishop's Visitation service on Sunday, May 16.
Click here to sign up for a service on Sunday, May 23.
Click here for our latest information about COVID safety.
Sunday services will continue to be live streamed on Facebook at 8:45 a.m.
Listen to or read the sermon for May 9, 2021
8:45 and 11:00 Rite II in-person services are being held in a limited capacity. Registration is required. You may sign up to attend by clicking on the link above. The 8:45 service is also being live streamed on Facebook. Please click on "Together in Love" on this page for instructions on how to access the online service.
Evening Prayer services are being held at 4:30 p.m. in the Atrium Chapel. No registration is required. Bring your mask and Book of Common Prayer.
Monday through Thursday
Morning Prayer services are being live streamed on Facebook at 9:00 a.m.
St. John in the Wilderness is a warm and vibrant community of faith committed to carrying out Christ's mission of love and service in our church, our community and our world. Our parish is growing in membership, ministries and in its sense of mission. These are exciting times in which to be part of St. John. Wherever you are in your journey of faith, we welcome you to join us at St. John in the Wilderness.
To know and love God as He is revealed to us in Jesus Christ, to bring others to his saving love and to serve the world in His name.
Our ministry is carried out in many ways: through our services, outreach program and financial support, music and fellowship. All baptized Christians are invited to share in receiving the Holy Communion at all of our Eucharistic services.
Women's Bible Study and Men's Bible Study groups are now meeting. For more information, please click here.
Friends of Music
On Saturday, February 27th, three musicians from the String Division of Furman University with Dewitt Tipton, Organist and Music Director at St. John, recorded a concert of chamber music. You may view it here.