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If you use social media, be sure to follow our Instagram Feed and  Facebook page for all our public info, including some great photos of all the things we’re still up to, despite not being able to gather.  Join the Facebook Group: Community of St. John United, a private group open to all friends of SJU. Use #SJUStaysConnected to share and find posts!


Sunday Service of the Word
We are grateful to be able to offer Service of the Word and occasional communion, in-person in our sanctuary and streamed to YouTube. We are currently in our “Green Phase” of Covid protocols, which means that masking is optional. See here for the full list of protocols.

A live-streamed Service of the Word is available every Sunday and will be hosted by staff and volunteers on our YouTube Channel: SJU by the Zoo. View at your leisure and consider sharing it with friends.

You can follow along from home with the current bulletin, found on our Live Worship Page.

SJU in the News

St. John United was profiled for our 2020 Lenten Fast from Single Use Plastic. You’ll recognize our sanctuary in the article by FastCompany: Meet the Christians Giving Up Carbon for Lent.

The Hot Meal Program and staff were also featured in two news articles. Check out the Seattle Times piece, Volunteers Stay Home, Meal Programs To Go – and Homeless Feel the Effect of Social Distancing  and The Atlantic: Who Will Run the Soup Kitchens?.  

Thank you for giving!

You continue to keep our community vital through your gifts of time, talent, energy, compassion, in-kind donations and offerings. The best ways to give are by check through the mail, or online using the giving page. Through the website you can donate once, or set up recurring gifts.