St. John’s Episcopal Church, Hampton, Virginia

A Church is not a museum for saints but a hospital for sinners.

St. John’s is a historic church. If you saw it from the outside, surrounded by an equally historic cemetery, you might mistake it for a museum. It is so much more.

It is a place of grace, growth, and healing. It is a place to hear the word of God and then be equipped to share that word. It is a place that welcomes and values all the children of God. It is place that honors our heritage but strives to move forward and outward.


Sundays: 9:15am

Christian Formation

Currently on hold


100 W Queens Way
Hampton, VA 23669


Latest Service

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Moving Forward

Let’s Journey

They say that if you get 100 Episcopalians in a room, you might find two who agree on everything. St. John’s is no different. We have people from all different backgrounds. Some have family who go back generations in this church. Others are not Episcopalians and have no intention of becoming Episcopalian. St. John’s just felt like home. We hope it will feel like home to you as well. If you would like some more information so you know what to expect, you can find that here.

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View the various opportunities available for children, youth, and adults to grow in their faith and get involved in the church and in the community.

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No matter your background or preferences, you are welcome to join us for worship each Sunday morning. Find out what to expect at one of our services.

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New Here?

If you’re new to St. John’s or to the Episcopal Church, you may have many questions. We’ve tried to answer some of those questions here.

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Academy of Music

Our Mission is to bring the joys and benefits of learning music to the residents of Hampton Roads, regardless of their ability to pay.


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See how we engage our community and the world, and find out how you can get involved to make a difference with us.


Read the Latest

Read the latest post on Samantha’s blog. Often you can read her sermons as well as other content from our Rector.

Forget Normal: November 7, 2021

Forget Normal: November 7, 2021

 Year B, All Saints                                                            Revelation 21:1-6a                                                           I can’t think of anyone who has ever told me that the Book of Revelation is their favorite book of the Bible. ...

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Unanswered Prayers:  September 26, 2021

Unanswered Prayers: September 26, 2021

 Year B, Pentecost 18                                                               James 5:13-20                                                                      Since we have had 5 weeks in the Book of James, I had hoped to preach my three Sundays on James. ...

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The America of 9-12:   September 12, 2021

The America of 9-12: September 12, 2021

 Year B, Pentecost 16                                                                      James 3:1-12                                                      Recently one of our parishioners posted a meme on facebook that said, “I would never want another 9/11, but I...

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Starting Nov. 7, we have moved to our new schedule: 9 & 11am.