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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7 days ago

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Good morning ☀️

Good morning

Good Morning 🌞

Good morning from Wyoming 🌻🌻🌻

Good Morning!❤️

Good morning

Good morning to all.

Good morning

Good morning.

Good morning

Good morning

Good morning

Good morning

Good morning

Good morning!!!!!

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2 weeks ago

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Good morning

Good morning

Good morning!

Good morning

Good morning everyone.

Good morning!!!

Okay

Good morning 🌞

Good morning

Hello from snowy Williams

Good morning

Good morning!

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4 weeks ago

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Good morning 😃

Good morning!

Beautiful song.

Good morning

Good morning and Happy New Year.

Good morning

Good morning

Good morning

Good morning🙏💖

Merry Christmas to everyone

Good morning

Happy New Year Good morning

Good morning

Good morning and happy New year

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3 weeks ago

Epiphany Meditation: The Encounter

Their journey was over. They had followed the star their astrological wisdom had assured them would guide them to their destination. These magi, these Persian mystics, had dutifully responded to a calling to a foreign land ruled by a tyrant whose encounter they could not avoid knowing all along they’d never keep the deadly bargain he would require them to make with him.

Many believed it was the Magi who had wisdom to bring to a newborn child and his family a peasant Galilean couple who wondered how they could ever raise this miraculous newborn. Perhaps the magi, themselves, believed that. But when they arrived they realized the tables had been turned. The common wisdom of the fields borne by shepherds who themselves had followed this same bright star had preceded them to the manger.

They stood there dazzled by the light that had come into the world that Christmas night. And so the wise men and women crowded in drawing close to the manger only to discover that it was the child who had wisdom for them.

As they leaned in close, some would later swear they heard the baby saying the following words: “Awaken! Open your eyes! Open your ears! Open your minds! Open your hearts! For the kingdom of the Holy One has come near and is already here. It resides within each of you and can be found all around you. Everywhere you look, the holy smiles back at you beginning with your own faces which bear the divine image.

The vision from this cradle that dazzles you is a mere foretaste. For it is you who are the light of the world! It is you who are the salt of the Earth! Your wisdom drew you here but the wisdom you encounter here will bring life in abundance to all.

So, awaken. The time is now. Arise, shine for your light has come. And the glory of the Holy One rises within you, among you and upon you.

Awaken!”

[Image: Matthias Stomer, Adoration of the Shepherds (1632)]
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Epiphany Meditation: The Encounter

Their journey was over.  They had followed the star their astrological wisdom had assured them would guide them to their destination.  These magi, these Persian mystics, had dutifully responded to a calling to a foreign land ruled by a tyrant whose encounter they could not avoid knowing all along they’d never keep the deadly bargain he would require them to make with him. 

Many believed it was the Magi who had wisdom to bring to a newborn child and his family a peasant Galilean couple who wondered how they could ever raise this miraculous newborn.  Perhaps the magi, themselves, believed that.  But when  they arrived they realized the tables had been turned.  The common wisdom of the fields borne by shepherds who themselves had followed this same bright star had preceded them to the manger.  

They stood there dazzled by the light that had come into the world that Christmas night.  And so the wise men and women crowded in drawing close to the manger only to discover that it was the child who had wisdom for them.  

As they leaned in close, some would later swear they heard the baby saying the following words:  “Awaken! Open your eyes! Open your ears!  Open your minds! Open your hearts!  For the kingdom of the Holy One has come near and is already here.  It resides within each of you and can be found all around you.  Everywhere you look, the holy smiles back at you beginning with your own faces which bear the divine image.

The vision from this cradle that dazzles you is a mere foretaste.  For it is you who are the light of the world!  It is you who are the salt of the Earth!  Your wisdom drew you here but the wisdom you encounter here will bring life in abundance to all.

So, awaken.  The time is now.  Arise, shine for your light has come.  And the glory of the Holy One rises within you, among you and upon you.

Awaken!”

[Image: Matthias Stomer, Adoration of the Shepherds (1632)]
1 month ago

St. John’s Episcopal Church
Globe, Arizona
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St. John’s Episcopal Church
                                          Globe, Arizona

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Beautiful

Thinking of my St. John’s friends this Christmas Eve and remembering so many special moments shared with you. Merry Christmas!

Beautiful

Beautiful.

Beautiful

Beautiful

My home church still! Merry Christmas to everyone!!!!!🎄🎄🎄

You can feel the spirit of GOD.🙏

I can picture the candlelight service. God Bless you ALL. Merry Christmas

Beautiful ❤️🎄

Every time I see pictures of this beautiful church I am reminded of my mom. She loved it so much and felt at home there! ❤️

I fell asleep so I watched it this am. Merry Christmas 🎄

I miss her!

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1 month ago

When I took this photo last January, it immediately made me think of the Star of Bethlehem. So this Christmas, I added a relevant bible quote to the photo. Merry Christmas everyone! ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

# **Please Join us for Christmas Services at
St. John's in Globe, Arizona.**

## **Christmas Eve: 10:00 pm**
*(iN PERSON OR LIVE STREAMING ON fACEBOOK lIVE)*

## Christmas Day: 9:00am
(IN PERSON ONLY)

** ALL ARE WELCOME **
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Wish I could be there to help celebrate with my family and friends on Christmas morning, sorry it won't be broadcast.my

With you in spirit - too late for us old folks on the east coast!

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1 month ago

Good morning and happy Christmas Eve! What time will service be this evening? ... See MoreSee Less

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