We are a welcoming, Christ-centered congregation who seeks to serve God with love and compassion in our local and world community, in the reform tradition.
Our traditional worship service is at 10am Sunday mornings at 319 Queen St., just west of Simcoe St. in Port Perry, Ontario.
St. John’s air-conditioned building is equipped with an elevator and has wheelchair accessible facilities.
Come Worship with Us!
The Scugog Ministerial Association is holding a series of Lenten luncheons, Wednesdays during Lent, from 12:05 pm to 12:50 pm, hosted here at St. John’s. The luncheon is preceded by a short ecumenical worship service. Mark your calendars for the following Wednesdays: March 13th, 20th, 27th, and April 3rd , and April 10th. Come and enjoy reflection, food, and fellowship.
You are invited to join the faith community in Port Perry and meet at Palmer Park at 9:30 a.m. on Good Friday, April 19th, 2019. Members from the various churches in Port Perry will gather together and walk through the town as a group, following the Stations of the Cross.
Wednesday April 24th 2019 at 7pm.
Join Dr. Steve Russell for an informative update on Oak Ridges Hospice – “the hub of community passion – a place where neighbours help neighbours through difficult times”. Find out how you can support the creation of the first residential hospice centre in Durham Region, right here in Port Perry. Dr. Steve Russell has been a family physician in Port Perry since 1993 and established the Palliative Care Team for North Durham over 20 years ago. Come out and get up to date on the progress of this new and life-changing initiative in our town.
Free Admission — All Welcome