Episcopal Church of St. John Baptist
200 Main St
Thomaston, ME 04861
Phone: 207 354-8734
Hours: Sunday worship 8 a.m & 10 a.m.
Email: stjohnsinthomaston@gmail.com

We welcome you in the name of Christ to St. John Baptist, Thomaston's Episcopal Church in the diocese of Maine. Worship at St. John's is open to all, whatever your reasons for a visit. The mission of this parish has been summed up in the words of Jesus when he said: "We are to love the Lord, our God, with all our heart, soul, and mind; and our neighbor as ourselves."

 


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St. John's to host outdoor service Aug 2 at Thomaston ...

The Episcopal Church of St. John Baptist in Thomaston will host an outdoor service of Holy Communion at the Thomaston Green (the old prison site), it will be at the Gazebo. The service will be held at 10 am on August 2nd. Everyone is asked to bring their own chairs bring some bread or food to ...
Church Yard Sale Saturday July 25

On Saturday, July 25th from 8:30 until 1 pm there will be a yard sale at the Episcopal Church of St. John Baptist in Thomaston. St. John's is located on the corner of Main and Green Sts. in Thomaston. The sale will be outdoors on the side yard. Credit cards will be welcome. We ask that people ...
St John's to hold Feast Day Celebration

The Episcopal Church of St. John Baptist in Thomaston will celebrate the feast day of the Nativity of St. John Baptist on Wednesday, JUne 24th. There will be a celebratory Evensong Service at 5 pm posted on Facebook, the parish website and YouTube; featuring the Rt. Rev. Thomas Brown, the ...
Thursday Evening Prayer with music live stream

The Episcopal Church of St. John Baptist will live stream a service of Evening Prayer Thursday, May 14th at 7 pm on Facebook. The music will be sung and played by Dr. Anthony Antolini, with the Rev. Peter Jenks officiating. The Facebook page is The Episcopal Church of St John Baptist Thomaston ...
A Time to Sing

by the Rev. Peter Jenks The realization that we will not be able to sing together because of the current pandemic has been a difficult reality to face. Singing together is a sacred act. As part of Christian worship, hymn and praise singing is an immensely powerful and direct way to align one's ...

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