At St. John's Episcopal Church Clearwater, we welcome everyone with open arms and hearts. Our church is a community of believers who share a common goal of growing in faith and service to one another. Our ministries are designed to help you connect with others, grow in your faith, and serve our community. We offer a variety of programs for all ages, including Bible studies, prayer groups, social events, and more. Join us today and let us help you deepen your relationship with God and community.
Belcher Elementary School
Our children are a precious gift from God, and we want to help them grow in their faith and knowledge of Him. Our kid's ministry offers a safe and fun environment for children to learn about God through age-appropriate Bible lessons, games, and activities.
We also provide weekly lunch through St. John's "Pack-A-Sack" program. Learn how you can get involved.
Preparing for marriage is an exciting time, and we want to help you start your journey on the right foot. Our marriage preparation program is designed to help couples build a strong foundation for a lifelong relationship rooted in faith. Through classes and counseling, we'll cover important topics such as communication, conflict resolution, and spiritual intimacy. Join us and let us help you build a strong and lasting marriage.
Lowell Women's Inmate Support
A Faith & Character Based (FCB) Residential Program located at Lowell Work Camp may take up to 36 months to complete the program. The FCB Residential Program will emphasize the importance of personal, familial and civic responsibility, victim awareness, personal growth, meaningful work, education, substance abuse education, and peer support. Contact St. John's for more information on how you can help thru Kairos Prison Ministries.
Daughters of The King
The Order of the Daughters of the King is an order for women who are communicants of the Episcopal Church, churches in communion with it, or churches in the historic episcopate but not in communion with it. Our membership currently includes women in the Anglican, Episcopal, Lutheran (ELCA) and Roman Catholic churches.
Life can be tough, and we all need someone to turn to for support and guidance. Our pastoral support team is here to provide care and counsel to those who are struggling with life's challenges. Whether you're dealing with grief, illness, or other difficulties, we're here to listen, pray, and offer practical support.
At St. John's, we believe that serving others is an essential part of our faith. We offer a variety of volunteer groups and opportunities for you to use your gifts and talents to make a difference in our community. Whether you're passionate about serving the homeless, tutoring school children, participating in our music ministries or caring for the elderly, we have a place for you to serve.