In addition to in-person services, we also stream our services live on Facebook

During the pandemic, we started filming our services using Facebook Live. You can watch some of our prior services that we filmed in the posts below. To watch video, click on the video in the posts below. Some posts only have a photo that go with them, if you click on the photo you can see enlarge the photo. Most often the photo is of the bulletin that will go with the next scheduled service, you can use the bulletin to follow the order of the next service. You can scroll through many of the posts below to find the service you are interested in.

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11 hours ago

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Good morning, welcome back Fr Byron, & Rayla

Good morning ☀️ Happy Sunday!

Good morning from WY.

Good morning! 🌞

Good morning

good morning

Good morning💖

Good morning from Apache Junction

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1 day ago

# **YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND**
## ST. JOHN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, GLOBE, AZ
## HOLY EUCHARIST - TOMORROW, JULY 3, 2022 @ 9:00AM
## *IN PERSON OR HERE ON Facebook LIVE.*
# **YOU WILL BE WELCOMED!**
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# **YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND**
## ST. JOHNS EPISCOPAL CHURCH, GLOBE, AZ
## HOLY EUCHARIST - TOMORROW, JULY 3, 2022 @ 9:00AM
## *IN PERSON OR HERE ON Facebook LIVE.*
# **YOU WILL BE WELCOMED!**
1 week ago

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Good morning

Thank you Kelly & Cathy!

Good morning

Goodmorning

Good morning

Good morning ☀️

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2 weeks ago

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Hello from Florida!

Good morning!

good morning from Mexico

Good morning

Good morning

Good morning all! ♥️

Good Morning

Good morning

Good morning from mexico

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3 weeks ago

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Good morning ☀️

Good morning ☀️

Good morning from mexico

Good morning

helloooo

Good morning and may all be blessed.

Good morning

Good morning

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3 weeks ago

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My prayer today is, that we all may come to know the power of God’s eternal presence that with us. Always.

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Amen 🙏

AMEN 🙏🏻

Marti Haywood

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4 weeks ago

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Good morning family and friends. God bless you all

Hello from Missouri!

Good morning

Good morning.

Good Morning

Good morning 🌞

Good morning ☀️

Good morning. Stay in peace.

Good morning

This was very good. Thank you!

We sure miss this church

Good morning everyone

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1 month ago

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Timeline photosThe St. John’s Episcopal Church is a staple of the city of Globe and in 1978 it was placed on The National Register of Historic Places.

“The roof was finally finished in 1908, and the congregation began to hold services in the new church building. The borrowed chairs from the Oldfellows Hall for seating. In 1912, the youth group sold subscriptions to the El Paso Times and raised $800 for the purchase of new pews. St. John’s Guild raised additional funds for an organ, choir vestments, a steam heating plant and other accouterments...

An attached Parish Hall, built in 1939, matches the design of the original building. In the 1960s, extensive remodeling and decorating, under the direction of Father Peter Boes, enhanced the appearance of the sanctuary.”

Source: Wilbur A. Haak, Globe’s Historic Buildings

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1 month ago

Let's welcome our new members:
Carmen Raquel Dominguez,
Chris Arriaga,
Anadee Egbert😁
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1 month ago

Timeline photosThe St. John’s Episcopal Church is an undeniably beautiful building, built just off Broad Street of Historic Downtown Globe.

“Mr. A.C. Sieboth drew up plans...The edifice’s floor plan was in the traditional Anglican cruciform configuration. The exterior walls were built of dacite blocks from a nearby quarry. The steep roofline and pointed windows and doors gave it a Gothic appearance. The front stained-glass window was purchased with money earned by the women of St. John’s Guild. The remaining stained glass windows were added through donations and memorials.”

Source: Wilbur A. Haak, Globe’s Historic Buildings

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2 months ago

Timeline photosThe St. John’s Episcopal Church, with its steep roofline and pointed windows and doors, is widely known by the community for their beautiful gothic style building. But do you know how the church was first established in Globe?

“A series of Episcopal meetings were held in October 1899. By the end of the month the group had established the Episcopal Mission, hired a resident clergyman and arranged to continue meeting at the Gila County Courthouse.

About a year later, with $200 in cash and a $300 loan from the bank, the new congregation purchased a lot on the corner of Oak and Hill Streets, and immediately thereafter they started a church building fund. Money came in slowly. In July 1903, the parishioners gave their approval to start construction on a place of worship.”

Source: Wilbur A. Haak, Globe’s Historic Buildings

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