St. John's Episcopal Church, Butte, Montana








15 N. Idaho, uptown Butte at the corner of Broadway and Idaho    
Phone: 406-723-4017           email: StJohnsButte@gmail.com

Services: Sunday 10:45am and Tuesday 12:15pm     


Church Leadership

2017 Parish Vestry


Deirdre Caughlan

Fred Walter

Heather Lingle

Trisha Southergill

Bob Tobin

Brian Dale


What We Offer

Parish Leadership


Rector: Rev. Theresa Kelley

Senior Warden: Jim Fay

Junior Warden: Bob Tobin

Treasurer: Frank Pickett

Secretary/Clerk: Trisha Southergill

GriefShare


GriefShare is a weekly program lead by lay leaders within St. John's for those who are grieving the death of a family member or friend. Each session has a video seminar with experts, a time for discussion, and personal study and reflection.


This program is being offered Mondays from 3-5PM starting January 8, 2018.


For more information onGriefShare:



Ministries

2018 Parish Vestry


Dave Andrews

Tom Daniel

Heather Lingle

Trisha Southergill

Bob Tobin

Brian Dale


- Weekend Lunch Distribution

St. John's has been actively involved in feeding the homeless and those in need since spring 2017. Each Saturday bag lunches are available from 12:00-1:00pm for those in need.


 - Prayer Shawl Ministry

Join us each Wednesday at The Springs at 10am to knit prayer shawls. For centuries people have enjoyed the warmth and comfort of being wrapped in a soft, cozy, shawl. St. John's coordinates an effort to create prayer shawls for the Butte and surrounding communities. These shawls are knitted with prayers and blessings for the recipients. Shawls may go to someone suffering a serious illness or to one who has experienced a grievous loss. Prayers that accompany the shawls ask God to help renew the body as well as the spirit. They ask Him to restore the recipient to hope, strength, and healing. Periodically, the shawls are blessed during a church service.


- Toiletries for those in need

St. John's collects toiltries and personal items to share with those who are in need throughout the Butte community.