Got questions? Here are answers to some of the basic questions about visiting and worshiping with us at St. John’s.
St. John’s Episcopal Church is located at 48 Elm Street on the edge of the Smith College campus in beautiful downtown Northampton, Massachusetts.
From Interstate 91 (North or South) take exit 18-Route 5 North for one mile. Turn left onto MA Route 9 westbound. Continue to follow MA 9 west for one half mile. St. John’s is on left hand side of the road just beyond the Smith Art Museum.
8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist
10:00 a.m. Choral Holy Eucharist
Easter and Christmas and Summer have a special worship schedules. Please check the website.
12:15 p.m. Holy Eucharist and Healing
7:00 p.m. Taizé [link to Taize page], first Wednesday of the month
Sunday morning services generally run between an hour and an hour and 20 minutes depending on whether there are special events during the service such as baptisms or special music. Wednesday service and Taizé each usually last around 45 minutes.
We have a very active education program for all ages. Our Church School program serves children ages 3 years+ and the youth program is for children 13 years through high school. Click here to see all our education offerings or contact our office at 413-584-1757 for more information.
Nothing brings us all together like a hot cup of coffee and a little something to eat. The parlor is the place to be on Sundays where someone often makes a pot of coffee for anyone who is there early. After the 10:00 service there is usually a full coffee hour with snacks and plenty of chit-chat—be sure you stop by.
We hope you will find answers to most of your questions on our website. Also check the pews for our Visitor’s packets that offer additional information about St. John’s and the Episcopal Church and complete the Welcome card. St. John’s also publishes a digital newsletter, The E-Eagle. You can get added to the email list here:
Please don’t hesitate to contact the church office at (413) 584-1757 or email us at email@example.com We’ll be happy to help.