Welcome to St. John’s Church, Henrico Parish
The Diocese of Virginia

St. John’s is an urban Episcopal church in the historic Church Hill district of Richmond, Virginia. The first church in the city, built in 1741, we remain a vibrant part of the neighborhood.  We are a family of Christians striving to be Christ to one another and to our community. We warmly embrace visitors and make it easy for newcomers to feel a part of our family.  At St. John’s we invite everyone to our weekly feast at Christ’s table, regardless of religious background.  We look forward to meeting you soon.

Sundays at St. John’s

10:00 a.m.            Holy Eucharist & Children’s Chapel, Keeper’s Cottage

11:15 a.m.            Coffee Hour, Parish Hall

Summer Saturday Contemplative Services 

During the summer, St. John’s offers a service on the second  Saturday evenings  of the month at 5:30 p.m.  The service includes Holy Eucharist, contemplative music, a quiet, candlelit atmosphere, and the rite of healing.  Everyone is invited, no exceptions.  Next Service–Saturday, August 11.

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 Drew Willson Concert, September 14 Join us for an entertaining evening of original songs and stories with local songwriter Drew Willson. Featuring Richmond-based musicians and friends Jim Bennett (St. John’s and Richmond Hill) on piano and Kevin Davis (Ban Caribe) on percussion. For ten years, Drew Willson has been a minister in the United Methodist Church. He’s currently serving at Trinity in the West End. For much longer, Drew has been a musician. From places like the Eastern Shore of Virginia to Atlanta; Georgia and Iona, Scotland; he has followed the muse to write and wrestle with all he has seen. Songwriting is the place where it all comes together. Despite his day job, Drew tends to surprise listeners with the content of his songs. People, places, and humor abound without a lot of church talk. To quote a recent first-time concert-goer in Fluvanna, “I figured this was going to be religious music, but it was great!” Drew replied, “You know, I want to keep this interesting for myself, too!” In the spring of 2018, Drew worked with Jim and Kevin to record and release a new album entitled Ritual Matters, the follow-up to Drew’s 2016 debut Inviting Storms to Town. Drew lives in Richmond with his wife, writer Shea Tuttle, and their two children. You can learn more at his website.

St. John’s Church, 2401 E. Broad Street, Richmond, Virginia
Mailing Address: 2319 E. Broad Street, Richmond, Virginia 23223

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