- Holy Communion at 8:00 a.m. and 10:15 a.m. with anointing for Healing during Holy Communion
- Adult Bible Study at 9:00 a.m.
- Children's program at 10:00 a.m.
- 6:00 p.m. Haitian Service (L'Église de l'Épiphanie)
- Holy Communion 7:00 a.m. This service with run through the month of March 2013.
- Holy Communion and Annointing for Healing at 12:10 p.m.
- Holy Communion at 5:00 p.m.
L'Église de L'Épiphanie
On Easter Sunday in 1991, St. John's helped to launch a ministry of the Episcopal Church to the Haitian community in Stamford. Fr. Jean Elie Millien and some dedicated lay people, originally members of L'Église de L'Épiphanie (Church of the Epiphany), an Episcopal parish in Port Au Prince, led the way in developing a French and Creole service here at 6 pm on Sunday evening. L'Église de L'Épiphanie has an average of thirty people at services and serves a group of one hundred or more. Since its founding eleven years ago, the church has developed a reputation as a place to turn to for spiritual and practical help. St. John's continues to assist this important outreach to the city by providing office space and worship space and by taking leadership in raising funds from other Episcopal churches to support this ministry.
In addition the congregation has an active social work ministry which includes literacy and language training. L'Épiphanie also sponsors a computer training school which can accommodate six persons at a time and always has a waiting list. Many immigrants from Haiti are well educated and have professional office skills. Computers are relatively rare in Haiti and training on computers is an important need for the immigrant community. The Haitian ministry also offers English as a second language, Quisqueya Summer Camp and the Haitian Children Club. L’Eglise de L’Epiphanie provides referrals to social agencies.
In October 1992, when the Diocesan convention was held here at St. John's, L'Église de L'Épiphanie was recognized by the Convention as the first mission church to be founded in many years in the Diocese, and the first ever to the Haitian community. St. John's and the Diocese of Connecticut are committed to working with this dynamic congregation as it continues to provide an important and needed ministry to a growing segment of our community. It is wonderful to have on our premises this reminder that Anglicanism is a worldwide movement which unites in Christ people of many different races and languages.
The current priest of this congregation is Père Judith Alexis. The phone number is 203-964-1517. Office hours are Tue. - Fri. 10 am – 2 pm and Sat. 10 am – 1 pm.