Sermons are posted on Facebook (Friends of St. John's, Farmington) until regular Sunday services resume.
Click the sermon date to hear the sermon or read/listen to the lessons.
(Sermons are posted as soon as they are edited.)
Contact us at office@SaintJohnsChurch.info if you want an older sermon sent to you.
Here are links to Sermons posted on Youtube :
March 7 https://youtu.be/ZBNy-eqPZTg
March 14 (full liturgy) https://youtu.be/nQQ4qW_RH6o
March 21 (full liturgy) https://youtu.be/jgxz256XsNc
March 28 (Palm Sunday) https://youtu.be/gEKJisAd-Tk
Through the Bible with Fr. Guy Mackey
Fr. Guy records a weekly study/meditation each Wednesday afternoon via the parish Facebook page (Friends of St. John's, Farmington) and then posts it to YouTube.
Here are links to the weekday studies:
September 30: https://youtu.be/mJy-asHw1JY (intro to Luke)
October 8: https://youtu.be/Ij9EHtwwPII (Luke 1)
October 15: https://youtu.be/2Aa_xnpNYAk (Luke 1)
October 22: https://youtu.be/pknlgDcjJ30 (Luke 2)
October 29: https://youtu.be/faT34eOOdAk (Luke 2)
November 5: https://youtu.be/jp0o5K_IVhM (Luke 3-4)
November 12: https://youtu.be/bJ9DrgPp_ME (Luke 4)
November 19: https://youtu.be/iddDOpw0Z_8 (Luke 5)
November 26: Thanksgiving Day
December 3: https://youtu.be/44t-9lveFfY (Luke 6)
December 17: https://youtu.be/Bp1WWvE5nlA (Luke 7)
January 7: https://youtu.be/OmZE1oKEsIk (Luke 8)
January 14: https://youtu.be/9Xb__mUJJZI (Luke 9)
January 21: https://youtu.be/jirbNuOa1QQ (Luke 10)
January 28: https://youtu.be/ajeVrAEnH_U (Luke 10)
February 4 https://youtu.be/d5kn63g-smQ (Luke 11)
February 11 https://youtu.be/6nYV7a2fl1U (Luke 12)
February 18 https://youtu.be/8J1TEXqw43Q (Luke 13)
February 25 https://youtu.be/yitSpD1SUfU (Luke 14)
March 4 https://youtu.be/TWZ2DQFZgvc (Luke 15)
March 11 https://youtu.be/BNe446AYOQE (Luke 15)
March 18 https://youtu.be/N4s3WNWfeC4 (Luke 16)
March 25: The Annunciation (no lesson)
April 7 https://youtu.be/hRTK9wjVp (Luke 17)
The Saturday morning Bible Study resumes April 17 at 8:00 am in the parish hall.
Icons are not considered works of art. Therefore, they are not "painted" but instead are "written." Below is Fr. Mackey's lecture on reading the icon Holy Silence.
If you've ever opened the Prayer Book and looked at the Daily Office (Morning Prayer or Evening Prayer) and been confused by all the instructions, Fr. Guy has put together a video series on how to say the Daily Office by yourself.