Our Worship at St John the Divine Episcopal Church
We worship at 9 am on Sundays.
If you cannot make it, you can workshop with us later at home via our videos and podcasts.
Find Out What St John the Divine Episcopal Church is all about.
We offer the greater Burlington Community a traditional style of service without being stuffy.
St John, the Divine Episcopal Church, is a small, eucharistic-based, liturgical church that is part of the Episcopal Diocese of Milwaukee and, in the broader scope, the Episcopal Church USA and the Anglican Church Community.
We believe our church is more than just a building; instead, it’s all of us. We are a group of people who wants to help others and show Christ’s love to our community and world.
Rooted in Tradition
Our worship style is more in the traditional manner (bells, candles, processions, and more), but still low church.
We encourage you to participate or observe as your comfort level allows when you choose to join us.
We invite you to check us out and see if we might be the right fit for you.
We mean all are welcome
Our congregation is a mix of ages, races, abilities, political affiliations, and sexual orientations. Together we form a congregation with one goal, spreading the love of Christ.
Besides worship, we like to work together within and outside the church walls. You can also be a part of that!
We are also known for enjoying a meal or fun time together.
Make a joyful noise unto the Lord!
Music at St John’s is more traditional; we sing hymns and chant. We also do not have a band.
We encourage all to sing!
When we sing together, we sing better than any of us can sing alone.
Our main instrument is the organ, and we use it to support our singing and supply other music in our service.
Our latest services videos and podcasts!
Please join us as we celebrate the 5th Sunday of Easter 2022 for Morning Prayer as we sing, pray, and meditate.
Please join us as we celebrate the 4th Sunday of Easter 2022 with Fr Matthew Buterbaugh as we sing, pray, and meditate.
Please join us as we celebrate the 3rd Sunday of Easter 2022 with Fr Matthew Buterbaugh as we sing, pray, and meditate.