The Episcopal Church of St John the Baptist
Celebrating 150 years and more of worship in
To restore all people to unity with God and each other through Jesus Christ.
The Episcopal Church strives to live by the message of Jesus Christ, in which all are welcome and there are no outcasts. Our beliefs, based midway between Roman Catholicism and Protestant traditions, are sacramental and worship-oriented, promoting thoughtful debate about what God is calling us to do and be as followers of Christ.
The Episcopal Church is part of the Anglican Community.
The Vestry recently sent out a letter to the members regarding anticipated painting to the church, including the removal of the current carpeting. Please go to the Vestry page of the website for the full letter, including a vote of what you would like to see happen after the painting has been complete. Please return your vote to Fr David, the church office, or during one of the parish meetings on August 10 or 17.
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- Don’t forget to share your memories of St John’s for our 100th anniversary -
- Bring your Kindle or iPad to church!
We are experimenting with how we can have the bulletin available in that format for your use on Sunday. If interested, please call the office and we will put you on the e-mail list! -
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Join Fr David and a representative from the Wausau Historical Society on Thursday, July 31, for Blessing of Potter’s Field at the Cemetary on Grand Avenue. This is an opportunity to remember those buried without fanfare or known names. The service is about 30 minutes and will begin about 7:15 p.m.
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Meetings at St John’s:
Men’s Group: Tuesdays, 7:30 am, Merrill, Friendship House
Vestry Meeting: TBA
Updated on July 27, 2014; 2:15 p.m.