7:30 a.m. – Holy Eucharist, Rite I (In-person only)

10:30 a.m. – Holy Eucharist Rite II (both in-person and online via FB & YouTube)

7:00 p.m. – Family Story Time (online via FB)


7:30 a.m. – Holy Eucharist, Rite I (In-person only)

9:00 p.m. – Compline (online via FB)


12:05 p.m. – Healing Eucharist, Rite I (In-person only)

9:00 p.m. – Compline (online via FB)

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Adult Formation

Adult Christian Formation Offerings
Spring 2022

How to be a Sinner
The Rev. Dr. Deonna Neal
Sunday mornings at 9:15 am
In person in the Parish House
Begining March 6, 2022

From March 6th-April 3rd, Deonna will lead a book study on Peter Bouteneff’s book, “How to be a Sinner”
We call ourselves sinners in much of our church life. Yet the sinner identity when done right brings peace of mind, a clear conscience, and love for others. Addressing topics like guilt, shame, and self-care, this compassionate guide will help you reflect on your life in surrender to God’s mercy.

Young Adult Class
On Grief & Grieving
Led by Nick & Allison Prillaman
Sunday mornings at 9:15 am
In the Loft

The young adult class will continue to study the On Grief & Grieving book throughout Lent.

St. John’s Episcopal Church invites you to our 2022 Lenten Speaker Series:

Mental Health and Spiritual Wellness

Wednesday Evenings March 9th through April 6th in the St. John’s Parish Hall

Dinner (optional) 6:00 pm – $7 adults, $5 kids, $20 family max
Speaker 6:30 pm—8:00 pm
Nursery Care and Children’s Program Available

March 9: The Neuroscience of Addiction – Dr. Eric Hedberg
Dr. Eric Hedberg is currently the Clinical Director of Bradford Health Services, Residential Addiction Treatment, Warrior, AL with an office in Montgomery as well.  He received his medical degree from Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years.  He is Board Certified in multiple disciplines but specializes in addiction and recovery and has lectured widely on the subject throughout his career.

March 16:  Understanding and Responding to Suicide – Dr. Mary Bartlett
Dr. Bartlett is an Associate Professor of Leadership at the Air University Leadership Institute, Maxwell AFB, AL. She completed her Master of Arts degree in Counseling at the University of Maryland—College Park. She earned her doctorate in Counselor Education from Auburn University. Her primary areas of research are suicide and resilience, and she is an international speaker and published author in those areas. She has contributed to developing policy, strategy, and standard operating procedures, and routinely lectures across all organizational levels of both the Air and Space Force. Prior to her current position, Dr. Bartlett served for 10 years as a mental health consultant and trainer for leadership across the Department of Defense and proudly served as a military spouse for 20 years.

March 23:  Spirituality and Self-Care for Mentally Healthy Leaders – Ch. Maj. Gen. Steve Schaick, USAF (ret)
Ch. Maj. Gen. Steve Schaick, USAF (ret) is an ordained Presbyterian (PCUSA) minister who recently retired from the USAF as the 19th Chief of Chaplains. As a member of the special staff of the Chief of Staff of the Air Force and Chief of Space Operations, he established guidance and provided advice on all matters pertaining to the religious and moral welfare of Air and Space Force personnel. As Chief of Chaplains, he was the senior pastor for more than 770,000 active-duty, Guard, Reserve, and civilian forces serving in the U.S. and overseas. He led the Department of the Air Force Chaplain Corps of approximately 2,200 chaplains and religious affairs airmen from the active duty and Air Reserve components. As a member of the Armed Forces Chaplains Board, he and his colleagues advise the Secretary of Defense and the Joint Chiefs of Staff on religious, ethical and quality-of-life concerns.

March 30:  Mental Health in Children and Youth – Dr. Daniel Clark
Dr. Clark has over 15 years of experience and earned his PhD in Psychology (General Clinical) from the California School of Professional Psychiatry in San Diego. He specializes in Cognitive Therapy, Women’s Issues, Anxiety Disorders, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Psychotic Disorders, Personality Disorders, PTSD, and Depression. He currently focuses on comprehensive psychological evaluations, psychological diagnostic testing, consultations, and diagnostic clarification for children and youth.

April 6:  Dealing with Anger and Setting Boundaries – Dr. Linda Wilkinson
Dr. Linda Wilkins (Klein), DVM, MS, is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over 25 years’ experience working with adult individuals and couples. She received her Masters at Auburn University after completing an internship at Fort Benning Family Life Center and residency at the Pastoral Institute, Columbus, Ga. At the Pastoral Institute she served for 7 years as the Program Coordinator of the “Hands Off!” program, a program for men court-ordered for domestic violence, while concurrently working at Auburn Family Therapy. In 2006, Linda opened WellSpring Counseling Center in Opelika, Al. where is continues to work with adults on a variety of issues, specializing in court-ordered anger management.

Children’s Program—Emotions
During each of our speaker’s presentations (6:30-8:00 pm),  our children’s series, Emotions, will be held in the Children’s Chapel.  Each week, we will focus on loving God from the inside out. We think of some emotions as good and others as bad. But God made every part of us, and no matter how we are feeling, we can turn to Him. Children of all ages (K-6th grade) are welcome to join in on the fun! Toddlers through Pre-K will have a modified program in the Run-Around-Room.  Email with questions/concerns.