Racial Reconciliation Discussion

Catherine Meeks, Ph.D.

Please join us as Catherine Meeks, Ph.D. reads excerpts from her book and facilitates a discussion about race, racism, and society.

Friday July 7, at 7pm in the Fellowship Hall

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A good statement bears repeating

This statement was officially published in 2015 but in honor of Pride Month, St. John’s Statement of Inclusion.

St. John’s Episcopal Church, Corbin, KY, is a proudly inclusive Christian community. All members are encouraged to participate fully in the life and leadership of the church regardless of age, race, ethnicity, culture, gender, sexual orientation, economic condition, physical or mental ability. We believe all people are created by God to model the diversity in unity which is the Holy Trinity and we seek to live out that diversity in unity within the faith community.

Join us for our Pride Celebration Holy Eucharist, June 25th at 11am, Potluck to follow. Side dishes or desserts are encouraged, but not required!


This Sunday – Pentecost Sunday and Christian Education resumes

The Celebration of PentecostThis Sunday is Pentecost Sunday! Join us for Holy Eucharist (Communion) for Pentecost. If you are able, please wear red, orange, or yellow and help fill the nave with color!

We will also be resuming Christian Education at 10:15 am this Sunday. The theme for the next few sessions will be the Book of Common Prayer. Weekly topics will include What is the Book of Common Prayer?, The Origins of the Book of Common Prayer, Development of the Book of Common Prayer, What Is in the Book of Common Prayer?, and How to Use the Book of Common Prayer.

Saint of the Day, April 9

St. Waldetrudis

Also known as Waltrude or Waudru, she was the daughter of Saints Walbert and Bertilia and sister of St. Aldegunus of Maubeuge. Marrying St. Vincent Madelgarius, she became the mother of saints Landericus, Madalberta, Adeltrudis, and Dentelin. When her husband chose to become a  monk about 643 in the monastery of Hautrnont, France, he had founded, she established a convent at Chateaulieu, around which grew up the town of Mons, Belgium.