Welcome to St. John's Episcopal Church in Jackson! We are a welcoming, love-spreading congregation who worship God in many ways throughout the week and gather together to celebrate on Sundays. We value individual expression, natural beauty and the adventurous spirit that defines both the people and this place in the world.
Get a flavor of us here by listening to our sermons, checking out our houses of worship, learning about our various family programs and social events, and discover more about weddings, baptisms and memorials here at St. John's.
I would like to personally invite you to worship with us or to join us for any event on our calendar. Every voice in our community makes us richer in spirit, and we look as forward to getting to know you as we are excited for you to get to know us.
Our work at St. John's Church goes far beyond the walls of the Sanctuary as we open our hearts and hands to the public through a variety of programs, events, and services. The following briefly outlines what St. John's offers to the congregation and community.
We are a loving faith community who has been here for more than 100 years. We are a passionate, imperfect fa…Read More »
Learn about the Vestry of St. John's.
As you make the important decision about where to hold your wedding, please consider that we are an Episcopal Church, and obligated to follow the liturgy of the church. We would be delighted if you chose St. John’s to be the place you begin the next portion of your life's journey! These procedures have been carefully developed over many years and many weddings. We appreciate yo…Read More »
During this difficult time, we are here to assist your family in planning a service.
May you find comfort in the days to come.
You may choose to have a service at one of our…Read More »
St. John's Episcopal Church and Rectory
Built in 1911, St. John's Rectory was the first location in Jackson Hole to hold regular Episcopal services. In addition to Sunday services, the Rectory was used as a meeting place and social hall as well as a hostel so that ranchers and lodgers at dude ranches more than a day's travel away could stay overnight.
Through the years, St. John's …Read More »