St. John's is the downtown Episcopal Church in Boulder, Colorado. We are an inclusive, Christ-centered community reaching out to all who are seeking a deeper spirituality and relationship with God and one another. Our congregation is made up of people of every generation who come from a wide variety of backgrounds - families, children and youth are rapidly growing in numbers. We are formed and strengthened through a variety of worship services, traditional music, contemplative prayer, spiritual and social justice formation programs, as well as meaningful service within the parish, the local community and in the larger world.

chapelOrganChapel Organ Dedication and Recital this Sunday, August 31st

In June of last year, St. John's purchased a new, state-of-the-art Johannus Sweelinck organ for the Chapel of the Holy Family. The clergy, staff, and congregation are very happy with this acquisition and with the Johannus firm of Holland. We look forward to decades of beautiful music, created with integrity on this fine Johannus instrument.

To celebrate the completion of its installation and to dedicate the instrument to the work of the Church, we will have a service of dedication on Sunday, August 31, at 6pm, led by the St. John's clergy. Immediately following, Brian du Fresne will give a recital on it to demonstrate the wide variety of sounds, and he will discuss the kinds of things the organ can do and how it will be used in services that occur in the chapel.
We hope you will come to hear the instrument and help us dedicate it to the glory of God. 

flatirons habitatSign up for Habitat For Humanity

It's time to sign up for the St. John's Habitat for Humanity work day.  Contact Catherine Ballance at Flatirons Habitat, 303-447-3787, ext. 230, or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , to register for the St. John's build day with Flatirons Habitat for Humanity to be held on Saturday, September 13th.  St. John's will help with the construction of a new single-family home at 28th and Kalmia in Boulder.  Twelve adult volunteers (18 years and older) are needed for this full day of work - no experience necessary!