St. John the Divine

Welcome to St. John the Divine Episcopal Church.

Due to COVID-19 quarantine restrictions, physical services have been suspended until we are allowed to resume. However, you can join us in Zoom and at the link for our Worship Services. During this time, instructions appear on this page and in our In The Spirit weekly bulletin at the Latest News tab of this website.

We are an Episcopal Church, in the Anglican Tradition.

We are located at 17740 Peak Avenue in Morgan Hill with a parking lot in the back.

We are inclusive, seeking to respect the dignity of every person

A Special Call to 25 Days of Prayer: Please join Washington National Cathedral for 25 days of prayer. For the next 25 days, follow the prayers at this link, one for each day. It is a good time for prayer to calm the soul, and to pray for others during these anxious and troubled times.

Sunday Services and Coffee Hour:

Please join us for our virtual Sunday Coffee Hour at 9:30 AM and Sunday Worship Service with our new rector, Rev. Karen Cuffie, at 10:30 AM. We’ve also started Wednesday 11am prayer and Wednesday evening Compline prayer at 7pm. Complete info is in the bulletin. We’d love for you to join us.

Weekly Bulletin and Zoom Info: Here is our In the Spirit weekly bulletin for October 16, which contains the the Zoom connection info for the Virtual Coffee Hour before the October 11 Sunday Service. A link in the bulletin lets you download the Service Bulletin for the Sunday service. The link for the actual Sunday Service will appear below on Sunday after the Coffee Hour. Please note!: The Coffee Hour starts at 9:30am every. The Sunday Service following starts at 10:30am.

Sunday Service at 10:30am: Please use this link to view the Sunday Service at 10:30am on October 18, 2020 with Rev. Karen Cuffie. Note that this link doesn’t go live until just before the service begins. Past services can also be viewed at the Sermons tab at the top of this page.

Service Bulletin for 10:30am service: Here is the Order of Service for Sunday, October 18, 2020. Once you see it on your screen, you can print a hard copy from there to follow along during the service.


Altar and Organ photo by Frank Bath