Welcome to St. John's

Welcome to St. John's parish community.  Below are our latest news and events.  If you would like something posted here, please contact the church office.  

Donations for Lent and Holy Week
During Lent and Holy Week, there are many items that the church will need. Please consider making a generous donation to the church for these items. If you would like to offer a donation to the Church of St. John...
Annual Lenten Retreat – March 27, 2021
Please join your fellow Orthodox Christians from our sister churches either in person or virtually for this annual Lenten retreat. Please spread the word! All are welcome!
Sign up to attend the Divine Liturgy
During the COVID-19 crisis, attendance at the Divine Liturgy is limited. Because of this, you must sign up each week. Many, many thanks for your cooperation during this unprecedented time. On the Sundays that you cannot attend liturgy, you still...
Winter 2020 newsletter
The winter 2020 newsletter is now available for your reading pleasure. Please consult the weekly bulletin for any changes/updates. Enjoy!
Stewardship Pledges
“Give to everyone who asks of you, and whoever takes away what is yours, do not demand it back.” (Luke 6:30) Just a friendly reminder that pledge forms for 2021 were mailed in November 2020. After prayerful consideration, please remember to...
Would you like to honor someone or remember their life?
Would you like to honor  or memorialize a loved one AND help St. John’s all at the same time? Yes? Well, please consider two ways that this can be accomplished: buying a leaf of the Tree of Life and/or purchasing...

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Our Mission

We worship and glorify God, by loving and caring for each other, providing a safe, thriving and life-long home, from which we spread the teaching and good works of our Orthodox Christian Faith. Being God's stewards, we celebrate our faith by:

  • participating fully in the sacramental and liturgical life of the church;
  • responding to the needs of all by living the message of the Gospel through outreach to each other and to the community at large;
  • fostering our God-given talents as stewards to strengthen God's church.

"Welcome one another, therefore, as Christ has welcomed you, for the glory of God." 
Romans 15:7

Virutal Tour of St. John of Damascus Church

Take a Virtual Tour of our church.

Thanks to the Noble and Greenough School in Dedham for providing this interactive tour!

Hall Rentals available at St. John's

Are you interested in renting St. John's Hall?  

Visit our Hall Rental Web Page for more details.