Tag Archives: St. John’s Episcopal Church

St John’s on Middle Street

Merry Christmas to all

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St. John’s Thrift Shop

Located right in downtown Gloucester under the buildings of St. John’s Episcopal Church (48 Middle St.), and with an entrance and parking available off of Washington street (more or less across from Midori and Tedeschi), the St. John’s thrift Shop … Continue reading

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St. John’s Episcopal Church 150th Anniversary Concert

St. John’s Episcopal Church in Gloucester is celebrating its 150th Anniversary this year! As a part of the celebrations, they will be holding a concert: All Parish Musicians in Concert 4pm, Sunday, May 19 Music especially chosen to celebrate our … Continue reading

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A ship that never sails, nor sinks, nor sits in the port

Continuing my series from St. John’s Episcopal Church maritime windows. -Fr. Matthew Green

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Gloucester sea serpent?

No, Jonah getting swallowed by the big fish. Who knows, though; maybe the two denizens of the deep were related… Another of the wonderful sea-themed windows in St. John’s Episcopal Church. -Fr. Matthew Green

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Given by the vessel Caracara

Beyond a doubt, one of the most beautiful depictions of this kind and theme I’ve ever seen.  More info about the windows in this series of my posts is available on the church’s website. Fr. Matthew Green

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Stained glass schooner

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Monkeys and Peacocks: trivia answer

The peacocks and monkeys I posted yesterday are from a window in St. John’s Episcopal Church in Gloucester.  They (the church, not the monkeys and peacocks) graciously gave me permission to go photograph their stained glass windows, which are GORGEOUS. … Continue reading

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