All Covid-19 relation worship restrictions have been lifted in the Diocese of Massachusetts.  Mask wearing is optional.

St. John’s is a passionate community of faith and we welcome all to come and worship—whether regular or prospective members, persons seeking a moment of solitude, or visitors to Sandwich looking for a weekend service.

Our Mission:  St. John’s is a community called by Christ to grow spiritually and make known God’s love through word and deed in our congregation and in the broader world.

Our Vision:   We do this through:

Worship:  We give thanks and praise to God, who is known to us in Word and Sacrament.

Formation:  We are a community committed to lifelong Christian development, offering opportunities for formation and fellowship for persons of all ages.

Service:  We care for one another in this congregation, and commit to outreach to the broader community.

                --adopted by the Vestry of St. John's Church, June 2017.

Holy Week Services:

April 9     5 PM                   Palm Sunday 

April 10   8 AM, 10 AM     Palm Sunday

April 14   7 PM            Maundy Thursday

April 15   12 PM          Joint Service for           Good Friday w/First Church                      Sandwich, hosted at First Church

April 16   7 PM    Good Friday Service

April 17   7 PM    Great Vigil of Easter

April 18  8 AM, 10 AM  Easter Services

Welcoming the Stranger: Refugee Resettlement

Catholic Charities and Combined Jewish Philanthropies are actively involved in helping resettle Afghan refugees evacuated from Afghanistan and given permission to live in the United States.  Volunteers are especially needed right now for post-arrival assistance: helping enroll their children in Sandwich schools, connecting them with Sandwich employers, hosting a welcoming event, taking them on outings to get to know the area, and providing transportation as needed).

Come, Reflect, Pray

  5:00 PM     Holy Eucharist (Rite II)




  8:00 AM     Holy Eucharist (Rite I)

10:00 AM     Church School

10:00 AM     Holy Eucharist (Rite II)

We have in-person worship Saturdays at 5 PM and Sundays at 8 AM and 10 AM.

As of April 1, 2022, all Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted in the Diocese of Massachusetts.  Mask wearing is optional. We are again offering the consecrated wine in addition to the consecrated bread in Holy Communion. 

You can watch Sunday 10 AM service on our Facebook page or YouTube Channel by clicking the buttons below.  You do not need a Facebook or YouTube account to watch the service.  

You can download out worship service bulletin here:

Give online to St. John's Church:

We have set up a new online giving system to help people make a donation to St. John's.  You can still mail in your offering, but you can also give online by clicking here:


If you are a regular pledger to St. John's, you can create an account and set up recurring gifts.

Support ERD's Response to Ukraine Crisis :

Episcopal Relief and Development, the emergency response organization of The Episcopal Church, is working closely with partners in Europe to provide humanitarian resources for those fleeing the violence in Ukraine. 


You may donate online by going to and choosing “Ukraine Crisis Response Fund,” or by calling 1-855-312-4325.  Episcopal Relief and Development has been engaged in worldwide disaster relief since 1940.


A Baby Center Seeking Donations

A Baby Center, in Hyannis, a program of the Cape Cod Council of Churches, is currently seeking donations of personal feminine hygiene products for clients in need.  For more information on ways in which you can help, check  Donations can be dropped off at the office building Tuesdays through Fridays between 9am and 2pm, or in the donation basket located in the Narthex of the Church.

Sunday School Is Back!


We have Sunday School during our 10 AM service in the Parish Hall, facilitated by our priest associate, the Rev. Barbara Peterson.  You can register for Sunday School by clicking on the button below.

Contact Us

St John's Episcopal Church

159 Main Street

Sandwich, MA   02563

Our Rector is always "on call" to help you. Please leave a message on the office phone or  send us an email.



During the Epiphany Season, we commemorate Jesus' Baptism in the river Jordan. During January, February, and March we focus on the importance of water in Caring for Creation.


Quotation for your Meditation:

“There is no such thing as a ‘human community’ without earth, soil, air, water and all living forms. Without these, humans do not exist. There is, therefore no separate human community. Humans are woven into this larger community, which is the Sacred Earth Community.”   ~ Thomas Berry

Suggestions for Personal Action:

How many times a day, or a week, or a month do you flush a toilet in your house? How many times do you turn on a faucet? a clothes washer?, a dish washer? We do not think about water very much. It is just there like the air we breathe. Only when something goes wrong do we think about how dependent our lives are on it. Consult this website for 45 different ways to conserve water inside and outside your home. 


Click on Amazon Smile and for everything you purchase, they will donate an amount to St. John’s Episcopal Church to support our ministries.

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Parish Office Hours:

The Parish Office is open Tuesday through Friday from 9AM - 2 PM.  

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