St. John's Episcopal Church

St. John's Episcopal Church

St. John's Episcopal Church
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vagardenwriter
Roanoke, VA43 contributions
Friends
Revival (sort of) traditional Church of England-style architecture. Stained glass windows produced by Louis Comfort Tiffany add an elegant ambiance to the worship space. Of course, view during daylight hours. Attending Music on the Corner evenings (times and dates on Parish website) held within the church is a way for non-members to enjoy the worship space at its evening best. The Parish regards these programs as "a gift of music to the wider Roanoke community." These gatherings are congenial and enjoyable.
Written October 15, 2016
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Aibutiej
Williamsburg, VA425 contributions
Couples
A traditional church with stone exterior and stain-glass windows. We were visiting Roanoke and attended a Sunday service. The people were friendly, the singing (both congregational and choir) was good and uplifting, and the sermon was interesting and meaningful. (I'll add that as people on vacation we were more casually dressed than most of the people there, but were not made to feel out of place.) I'm glad we attended the service.
Written May 27, 2018
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sysmith87
Roanoke, Virginia11 contributions
Solo
The pastor is very sincere and approachable. Every time I am invited to this church, they have a lot of food and coffee and fellowship to balance out the spiritual side. The people are friendly and have the hearts of servants and hospitality. The greeters, members and pastor will all welcome you with open arms! Go!
Written October 2, 2017
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Prawet J
Washington DC, DC13,366 contributions
A nice Gothic style built in 1891 and is currently registered as historic place in the city. The location is prominently on top of the hill and is surrounded by very beautiful old homes. The church covers a few block of that area. I walked around the church campus to enjoy the architecture of the compound and to see the view of the city and the mountains around the city. Unless you have any ties with the church and the program, the walk around is sufficient as a visit. It is opposite to the Elwood Park. So stop by when you are in the area. Currently everything is closed because of COVID-19
Written August 12, 2020
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juleepic
Julee Hickcox23 contributions
Friends
Lovely church with a great fine arts series and much more!! Fabulous people both working for the church and attending.
Written April 11, 2016
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Roanokefoodie
Roanoke, Virginia, United States121 contributions
Couples
By the title, you would hope I love it here. I do. This is a vibrant parish with something to engage everyone. Lots of activities and services to suit everyone. Very active music program, and most especially a serious concentration on young people and youth. We would love to welcome you
Written February 2, 2016
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