Pedals For Progress (P4P)

St. John’s used bike collection for “Pedals for Progress” (P4P.org) will be Saturday MAY 7th from 9 – 12 in our parking lot.  Bicycles in relatively good condition & working table top sewing machines are sought.  The bikes should not have been kept outside unprotected and should not require more than minor repairs. Both electric and manual sewing machines are accepted.  Children’s bicycles are also welcome because they can make it possible for a child to attend school  This year sewing machines will be shipped overseas separately from the bikes so we hope to collect more than in the past. If you see that neighbors are throwing out bikes with their garbage please hold the bike and call us – we’ll arrange to get it from you. Tax receipts will be provided.  Your actions here at St. John’s create a ripple effect improving the lives of a whole family overseas.

Please contact St. John’s or Christine Potts at christinepotts@optonline.net if you have any questions. We hope to collect some sewing machines & bikes ahead of the collection. As always - thank you for your help – before the event and on the day itself.

St. John's Memorial Episcopal Church


We are honored that you are visiting our web site. St John’s Memorial Episcopal Church, the stone church with the red doors as you enter Ramsey, New Jersey was built as a memorial to Emma Hanchett Crocker, the wife of George Crocker. The church was completed and dedicated as a house of prayer for all people in 1906. A parish hall was added in the 1950's and expanded in the 1980's and 1990's. After being a mission congregation for forty-five years, St. John's was admitted as a parish in the Episcopal Diocese of Newark in 1951. The Rev George Dawson became the first rector. The fifth rector is the Rev. Julian R. Eibin. We are a progressive, Christian community welcoming all who seek a deeper relationship with Christ within a vibrant community of faith.

We accomplish our mission through a deep desire to manifest Christ
  • in our daily lives,
  • in our worship, 
  • in our formation as disciples,
  • in our service to neighbors locally and globally,
  • and in our striving for a just world.
We believe that we grow best in our Christian life when we find a spiritual home.

Please use this site to access the information you need about our church and as a resource on your spiritual journey. We hope you will join us on this adventure that is the Christian life.

Sunday Mornings at St. John's

Worship Schedule 

8:00 am-Holy Eucharist

A shorter intimate service of Holy Communion (Mass) utilizing Elizabethan English . It is followed by Coffee Hour and Summer Breakfasts July and August.
10:00 am-Holy Eucharist 
A traditional service of Holy Communion(Mass) with Choir, followed by Coffee Hour

Family Service on the Third Sunday of the Month September through June
*Children's Sermon. 
* Music by the Cherubs and Choristers Children's Choirs
*Children read the lesson and lead the prayers

Church School

9:30-10:30 am-Church School   for Pre-school through 8th Grade
9:30-9:55 am- High School Youth (Library)
11:15 am Third Sunday of the Month Youth Confirmation Class

Professionally staffed infant and chilcare is provided year round on Sunday morning for children up to 3 years of age from 9:30-11:30am  

Compline, Wednesday Evening at 7:30 PM


Please send us a message for more information. 
We will be happy to help you.

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