• St. John's Episcopal Church Petaluma

Welcome 

Palm Sunday, Good Friday, and Easter Services

Palm Sunday Virtual Blessings of the Branches via Zoom
April 5 - 9:45 a.m.
The link to join all Zoom Meetings is: 
https://zoom.us/j/2159956933
Meeting ID: 215 995 6933

Palm Sunday Service via Facebook Live
April 5 - 10:00 a.m.
https://www.facebook.com/petalumaepiscopal/

Good Friday Vespers of the Cross
April 10 - 5:30 p.m.
Facebook Live at 
https://www.facebook.com/petalumaepiscopal/

Easter Sunday Feast of the Resurrection
Sunday, April 12 at 10:00 a.m.
Facebook Live at 
https://www.facebook.com/petalumaepiscopal/

Click here for all online Holy Week Activities.

 


St. John’s is an emergent Christian Community and has been Petaluma’s parish of the Episcopal Church since 1856. Check out our schedule of services to your right and announcements about special programs under “News.”

We are rooted in the Hebrew and Greek scriptures, the ancient practices of the church, and a historic institution, the Anglican Communion, that connects us with brothers and sisters throughout the world.

At the same time, we are on a journey of discovery as we follow the living Spirit through an era of uncertainty and epochal change. We welcome individuals and families of diverse faith backgrounds, ages, interests, and experiences to join us on this exciting adventure. We honor personal freedom and responsibility and the divine image in everyone. Contact us to find out more or come by for a visit.

 


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Regular Schedule 

  • The church and office are closed until further notice. For information on our online services, click on the Worship tab above.

Contact Us 

St. John's Episcopal Church

40 Fifth Street
Petaluma, California 94952
Map  •   Directions
Phone 707-762-8872

Announcements
  • Holy Week Online Worship

  • Holy Week at Home

    While we are offering a variety of online worship services for Holy Week, some may prefer to practice their own "unplugged" services at home. Click here for a downloadable booklet for formal home services during Holy Week, as well as suggestions for more informal practices to share with children, links to videos, and other resources for the home church.

  • Praying for Others

    Praying for others is a profound affirmation of our connectedness that makes us feel less alone.  This period of sheltering-in-place might be a good time to take up this ancient and rewarding practice.  If you would like to join the group of people at St. John's who receive emails a few times a month with requests for prayer, contact prayer.sjecp@gmail.com