St. John’s is a small, vibrant and extremely welcoming community located in north central Connecticut on the banks of the Connecticut River. The church is located in the center of Warehouse Point, a village within the town of East Windsor, across from the green. We are an old parish, dating back to 1802, and there are some families who have been members for several generations. We are also a parish that embraces youth, new ideas and thoughtful dialog. There is a family atmosphere that permeates both worship and social activities. Parishioners reside in a variety of surrounding towns, so our community spreads beyond East Windsor’s borders.+

Mark your calendar:
Sunday, September 25, 2016, 3 pm
St. John’s Episcopal Church, 92 Main St., East Windsor, CT
Concert – Boston Recorder Orchestra
The concert will feature a wide variety of musical styles ranging from Renaissance antiphonal music, chansons, motets and dances to contemporary tone poems and popular music.  Works of Josquin des Prez, Giovanni Gabrieli, Giorgio Mainerio, Claude Le Jeune, Frances Blaker, Paul Simon and more!
 The Boston Recorder Orchestra performs on a matched set of handmade Renaissance Recorders – eight different sizes from sopranos to more than six foot tall contrabasses – by Italian master craftsman Francesco LiVirghi.
The Boston Recorder Orchestra is directed by internationally acclaimed recorder soloist and faculty member of the New England Conservatory of Music, John Tyson.


St. John’s Episcopal Church

welcomes all creatures great & small

to the


Blessing of the Animals!

Sunday, October 2 at 4:00 pm

92 Main Street in East Windsor

on the front lawn of St. John’s Church

across from the Town Green.

Blessings and special treats for you,

and for all our furry, finned & feathered friends! 


and find us on facebook!

Ministers of the Church: All Members of St. John’s

The Rev. Julia A. Fritts, Rector

Ms. Sue Riley, Music Director and Organist

Vestry: Rick Wimble, Sr. Warden; Dave Derby, Jr. Warden;

Rich Adessa and Lori Greene, Treasurers; Bobbi Mazurek, Clerk; Laurie Bessette, Carol Hall,

Bill Grace, Jan Bellinger, Denise Hart, Doreen O’Neil, Young-Hee Derby and Gary Woodruff.

Parish Administrative Assistant Position

Part-time Parish Administrative Assistant needed at St. John’s Episcopal Church in East Windsor. 12 hours/week, flexible; wage commensurate with experience; paid vacation and sick leave. If you are an organized administrative professional with 5 years office experience, excellent computer savvy with Microsoft Office, Publisher, Outlook, and OneDrive, have a great sense of humor, and love working with people, we want to meet you! Please email your resume, with 3 references, to david.derby@sbcglobal.net. 

Hours:            Part-time, 12 hours/week, flexible. Preferably Tues, Weds, Thurs, 10 – 2

Salary:           Commensurate with experience

Terms:           Two weeks paid Vacation, three weeks paid sick leave, both non-accumulative.

Please see complete job requirements and details for applying by clicking hereThank you!