We are so glad you’re here. We’ve compiled some information on this page that we think you’ll find helpful. Of course, if you need assistance or have other questions, please feel free to contact us.
Fighting sin since 1610
Welcome! Whether you’re a regular or this is your first visit, we’re excited to welcome you to find something to renew you. Yes, our community has been around longer than our country. That means we have a strong foundation to support all members of our community as we’re on a journey to love God, serve his people, and share the Gospel of Jesus.
Come Join Us
What to Expect
Our services consist of worship through music, scripture readings, the sharing of Eucharist or Communion, and are about 55 minutes long. St. John’s clergy preach using Bible texts recommended in the Episcopal lectionary and connect it to our day to day lives.
We provide childcare with background-check approved paid staff.
Services are held at 100 W Queens Way, Hampton, Virginia.
We have parking available all around the church with handicap parking located near the entrance of our church building.
We know visiting a new church can be intimidating, that’s why we have a greeting team who would love to meet you and show you around!
We care about YOU, not what you’re wearing! We want you to feel welcome just as you are!
We want you and your children to feel welcome and comfortable. We have a nursery in the parish house for ages 5 and below. Children are welcome and encouraged to stay in church, but are more than welcome to use the nursery as well. We have activity bags in every vestibule for children. We make sure that we have something for children at every service, whether it be children’s chapel or a children’s sermon by our clergy.
Worship and Leadership
Everyone participates in the worship, ministry, leadership and governance of St. John’s. This includes our ordained clergy as well as our lay (non ordained) leadership. The congregation is also involved during the service in responses, music and just a little pew aerobics (standing, sitting, kneeling).