Religions and Spirituality

St. John's Episcopal Church in Somerville Hosts Welcoming Sunday Sept. 11

The Rev. Ron Pollock, rector at St. John's Episcopal Church in Somerville invites all to "Welcoming Sunday" on Sept. 11.

SOMERVILLE, NJ  – St. John’s Episcopal Church, 158 West High St. invites all to Welcoming Sunday on Sept. 11.

Welcoming Sunday is an opportunity to learn about life at St. John's. Displays and informational tables will grace the Parish Hall after both the 8 am and 10:15 am services in the church.  Additionally, there will be a special Welcoming Sunday coffee hour in the parish hall after both services.

“At our Welcoming Sunday, we'll be welcoming everyone back from summer vacation,” said the Rev. Ronald Pollock, rector.  “We'll be welcoming and registering all the Sunday School students for the coming year. We'll be welcoming new members. We’ll be greeting and welcoming visitors to our church. All are welcome.”

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At St. John’s, weekly Sunday services are conducted at 8 am and 10:15 am with music at 10:15 am. St. John’s offers Sunday School every Sunday at 10:15 am preceded by “Children’s Chapel” at 10 am in which Rev. Pollock offers a brief children’s message.

Among its many programs, St. John’s hosts the SHIP's Galley Soup Kitchen three days a week and a monthly thrift shop - From The Heart - with proceeds going to non-profit agencies.

For more information contact 908-722-1250 or online at

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