Visitors, guests, family, and friends are encouraged to join us
as we grow in knowledge and faith together!


Quest: "Reverse It"

As believers in God's unconditional love for all, there is no place for hate and prejudice. And there is no place for apathy. So let's reverse it! Reverse the hate, the prejudice, the apathy. Let's live into our baptismal covenant and strive for justice and peace among all people, and respect the dignity of every human being. When we truly believe and commit to that, we have no other cry than a resounding "We will with God's help!" And with that as our cry, we can begin planting the seeds of change and when we find injustice, reverse it!

Quest is our Diocesan Youth Retreat for youth in Grades 6 through 12. The next retreat is scheduled for April 20-22 at Frontier Ranch in Buena Vista, CO. The fee is $150 if registration is completed by March 25. St. John the Baptist can assist with the retreat if needed.To register, click HERE and also send an email to Sheila Brockmeier.

YES: Young Episcopalians in Service Mission Trips

  • High School: Clendenin, West Virginia, June 3-9 (flood recovery)
  • Middle and High School:  Denver JUICE (Justice: Urban Immersive Cooperative Experience), July 22-27 (service and outreach while learning about poverty and homelessness in Colorado)

Please contact Sheila Brockmeier for more in

Family Ministries

St. John's provides activities for children to increase their knowledge and understanding of the Episcopal expression of the Christian faith.  We seek, as well, to strengthen their commitment and faith in Christ and to enable members of all ages to integrate the Church's theology with their experience.  Open discussion and challenge are valued and encouraged.

Note:  There will be no Sunday School classes on January 28, the day of our Annual Parish Meeting.

Sunday mornings during the 10:30 service

On most first Sundays, we offer "Fantastic First Sundays" during which our youth serve as readers, ushers, acolytes, chalice servers and occasionally, guest musicians and a children's sermon is provided.

In addition, one time per month (generally the third Sunday), we offer a "Family Liturgy of the Word."  Children of any age, infant through high school and at least one parent for children under 6 are invited to gather in the Parish Hall after the "Collect of the Day" (the prayer before the scripture readings). During the Family Liturgy, children, youth and parents share duties for reading the designated scripture for the day.  This is followed by an interactive sermon and/or a craft or activity to explore the meaning of the Gospel and other readings.  We develop our own creed to pray and share prayer requests in place of the Prayers of the People.  We share our own exchange of The Peace and return to the sanctuary in time for the offering, if not in time for the community exchange of Peace. 


Childcare for ages three and under is provided each Sunday during the 10:30 a.m. services. Our trained staff provides a safe and friendly environment while parents worship.