St. John’s Episcopal ChurchSunday Worship 8:00 am Eucharist I10:00 am Eucharist II with Choir~~~~~The Reverend David Sellery, Priest-in-ChargeReverend Canon Lance Beizer, AssociateLillie Mikesell, Music DirectorLisa Richards, Administrative AssistantGarrett Richardson, Church School Teacher Jorge Alvarez, Sexton
The Mission of St. John’s Church To reveal through worship the presence of GodTo grow spiritually in the knowledge and love of Jesus ChristTo reach out to others through the power of the Holy Spirit
Louise LIndenmeyr and her colleagues at the clinic in Anse-a-Pitres, Haiti. For her report on how St. John’s contributions to the clinic have helped, please click HERE. Also, be sure to visit Louise’s BLOG.
St John's Episcopal Church, Salisbury Welcomes The Reverend David Forster Sellery and his Family Beginning Sunday, August 1, 2014St. John’s Episcopal Church is very pleased to welcome The Reverend David Foster Sellery his wife Jane Muir Sellery, and their children Robert and William to the Parish on August 1, 2014 when Fr. Sellery becomes Priest-in-Charge.Fr. Sellery has a distinguished career beginning as Curate at Saint Thomas Church, Fifth Avenue, New York, from 1994 to 1999. During that time he also served as Chaplain to St. Thomas Choir School, the world-renowned choir of boy choristers. From there he served as Priest-in-Charge at Saint Bartholomew's in White Plains, New York, and recently as Rector at St. Peter's By-the-Sea Episcopal Church on Long Island.One of Fr. Sellery’s core ministry programs while at St. Peters By-The-Sea was the establishment of an area Faith and Light ministry (an International interfaith ministry) to serve the spiritual, social and recreational needs of people and their families coping with developmental disabilities.Born in Norwood, MA, he was educated in public schools in Darien, CT, Malvern, PA, and Woodland Hills, CA. He majored in English Literature and received his B.A. from the University of Connecticut (1989); Masters of Divinity from The General Theological Seminary in New York (1992); Certificate in Appreciative Transitional Ministry and Certificate in Appreciative Coaching via The Clergy Leadership Institute (2014). Fr. Sellery’s full bio is available to read HERE.