Whether you are brand new to church or you’ve been attending church all your life, we hope you will feel at home at St. John’s!
We welcome people of all ages who are seeking a closer relationship with God.
Our service is called “Holy Eucharist” and it includes prayers, readings from the Bible, a 15 minute sermon, and Communion.
We have a service leaflet that makes it easy to follow along,
and people who are ready to answer your questions.
Sunday Worship (Holy Eucharist) 
Sunday 8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist with no music
Sunday 10:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist with choir and singing,
 Nursery and Children’s Chapel available.
St. John’s
We are a Episcopal Church in the Anglican tradition. 
Our beliefs are not new, but we seek to make them relevant in our contemporary world. Along with the Bible and Christian traditions passed down through the church, our beliefs and actions are informed by the
Apostle’s Creed, the earliest confession of the Christian faith, and the Episcopal Church’s Baptismal Covenant, our unique understanding of how Christians, both individually and corporately, follow the way of Jesus.

The Baptismal Covenant

We promise to continue in the apostles’ teaching and fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in the prayers.  We promise to persevere in resisting evil, and, whenever we fall into sin, repent and return to the Lord.  We promise to proclaim by word and example the Good News of God in Christ; to seek and serve Christ in all persons, loving your neighbor as yourself.  We promise to strive for justice and peace among all people, and respect the dignity of every human being.
T H E   C H U R C H

Our History

St. John’s has come a long way since we began meeting
in 1982 in a double-wide on Cemetery Road. 
We started small and we’re growing slowly,
but we think that helps us retain our
“friendly family” atmosphere. 
At St. John’s people know you by name, miss you when you’re not there on Sunday, and ask how the trip was when you return!

Here are some online resources to help you learn more about the Episcopal Church, and to help you study and pray at home.

To explore the Book of Common Prayer, a rich source of information about the practice and theology of the Episcopal Church and a great source for special prayers:
To learn more about the Episcopal Church in the Dallas area:
“As Episcopalians, followers of Jesus Christ, we believe that God loves you – no exceptions. We believe in following the teachings of Jesus Christ, whose life, death and resurrection saved the world.”
To learn more about the Episcopal Church on the national level, go to:
For daily Morning and Evening Prayer, along with the Scripture lessons assigned for each day:

Our Team

Rev. Nancy Powers
Priest and Pastor
Rose-Margaret Hayden
Church Secretary
and Treasurer
Jennifer and Drew
Youth Ministry leaders 
Michelle Mitchell 
Music Director
The Bishop’s Committee (vestry) serve a three-year term as elected leaders of St. John’s.  Bishop’s Committee members work collaboratively with one another and the Vicar to create a vision and plan of action that reflects God’s dream for the congregation.  The Bishop’s Committee also functions much like the board of any nonprofit, with responsibility for finances and management of property and human resources.  Members of the Bishop’s Committee balance their role in discerning God’s mission for the church with sound stewardship of church property and resources.  
Left to right as pictured: Mike McIntire, Courtney Morris, Rev. Nancy Powers, Elsie Madison, Terry Hall, Karen Bray, and Bill Retz.