Education is a bridging ministry of adult and youth awareness, connection, formation, and hopefully, transformation. Please note, dates and times are subject to change so please check our calendar for current offerings.
Sundays, 9:00 a.m. – 10: 00 a.m. | Donnan Meeting Room
Using theological reflection, explore the lessons specified for that Sunday and ways in which we can engage with the Scriptures in a deeper and more intentional way. Please come join us to add your thoughts and be inspired by those of others.
Every baptized person is called to ministry. Education for Ministry (EfM) offers an opportunity to discover how to respond to the call to Christian service through study, prayer, and reflection. EfM is an accredited mentor-led course for lay people from the School of Theology at the University of the South. An EfM group consists of six to thirteen participants and a trained mento…Read More »
New Offering! Middle School (grades 5-8): This Winter January 29 - March 12
Dream. Discover. Action. We will determine what it means to spread love, why it is important, and how we can do so through games, discussions, and videos. There will be a chance for the youth to decide how they can improve our community and put those ideas into action! Free. Register today!
K-2: Week-long p…Read More »
Children’s Chapel (ages 4–10)
Sundays, during the 10:00 a.m. service
During the Sermon, children ten and under are invited to leave the service to go to Children’s Chapel where they will learn an age appropriate Bible lesson through a fun activity and then rejoin their families for Communion.
This is a series of monthly community FOODtalks and cooking classes sponsored by our Kitchen Guild. These are usually from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. in Hansen Hall. We have hosted the Good Samaritan Mission, Slow Food in the Tetons, the Jackson Cupboard, Hole Food Rescue, the Teton County Library, and more to tell us how they provide nourishment to our community. All are welcome to hear h…Read More »
As people who stand before God and one another and declare that we will, in the words of our Baptismal Covenant, “respect the dignity of every human being,” we are committed to ensuring that St. John’s is a safe place for people of all ages and circumstances. To that end, St. John’s and The Episcopal Diocese of Wyoming have established safe church policies and training pr…Read More »
The Reverend Ken Asel Education Grant Fund is available to those who want to pursue further education, such as training to be a spiritual director, a deacon, priest, or to enroll in Education for Ministry. The Asel Fund shall be used for those who are called to seek a deeper knowledge of their faith in order to better meet the needs of our church, our Diocese, or the broader comm…Read More »
Stephen Ministers are congregation members trained by to offer high-quality, one-to-one Christian care to people going through tough times. Sometimes we need someone to talk with who is not involved with the situation we are experiencing, and Stephen Ministers are always available to simply listen. There is no judgement involved; just compassion and support. It is completely conf…Read More »
One of the characteristics of the Episcopal Church is our ability to engage any topic. God is truth and whether we discover that truth through Holy Scripture or the scientific method or the social sciences, truth glorifies God and is Sacred. Our Sacred Conversations are special events or speaker series about a pressing topic in God's world. In the past we have hosted The Laramie …Read More »