Welcome to


Episcopal Church


Following Jesus.


Inspired Through Worship.

BolDLy loving all.

As followers of Jesus, we believe all people—without exception—are God’s beloved and are called together by the Holy Spirit. Inspired through time-honored worship, the people of St. John’s Episcopal Church strive to boldly love every person and all creation. 


Sunday Worship

Whether you are exploring a new faith community or simply visiting our area, you are welcome to come and worship with us. Our Sunday worship ranges from quiet, short, and contemplative at 8:30am, to joyfully traditional with an organ and choir at 10am, to authentically Latinx in style (and in the Spanish language) at 12:45pm.

According to our parish plan for faithful ministry in a pandemic, we have moved to Phase Three of the plan and our building is now open for ministry with everyone welcome to attend worship in person or to watch online.

  • Sunday @ 8:30am in English

  • Sunday @ 10:00am in English  (watch here)

  • 12:45pm en español 


Distancing and capacity limits have ceased, however, masks are required for everyone, even those who are vaccinated. The priest will also continue to wear a mask when distributing communion, as will anyone working with unvaccinated children, to ensure everyone feels as safe as possible. 

Our Podcast

Christian Mythbusters: Christianity and Life

Father Jared debunks the myths of what Christians believe about life… or at least, what often seems to be a myth given the perennial hypocrisy of the church on these questions. You can hear Christian Mythbusters in the Grand Haven area on 92.1 WGHN, on Wednesdays at 10:30am and Sundays at 8:50am. 

“Do good, to be rich in good works, generous, and ready to share, thus storing up the treasure of a good foundation for the future, so that you may take hold of the life that really is life.”

1 Timothy 6:18b-19

You can also text SJEGH to 73256, followed by your gift amount, to give online through text.

BE INFORMEd. Be Inspired.

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