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Our Sunday Schedule


8:00 am - Morning Prayer Rite I in the church

9:30 am - Morning Prayer Rite II for Families in the Memorial Garden

(Come as you are- bring your chairs, blankets

service will be in the church if weather is inclement)


New! Our Summer Online Schedule

Mondays @ 9:00 am 
View the recording of  
8:00 am Sunday Morning Prayer Service
Wednesdays @ 12 noon
 Noonday Prayers and Meditation with Fr Mark

We Welcome our new Curate
The Rev'd Catherine Lane Wieczorek

Mother Catherine
 We are pleased to announce that The Rev’d Catherine Lane Wieczorek has been called to St. John’s of Lattingtown Episcopal Church to serve as our new curate. Her first Sunday with us will be October 4, 2020.
     “We are thrilled to welcome Catherine to the Diocese of Long Island as the newest member of our ministry team here at St. John’s,” said Fr. Mark Fitzhugh, Rector. “I am confident she will have an immediate positive impact furthering the Gospel of Jesus Christ in our community. Clearly, Catherine is a very talented Christian leader who brings to us a host of experience and a passion for working with families, youth and outreach. In addition, she has a strong background in the areas of development and fundraising. She will be a tremendous asset for our church!”
    Catherine holds a Master’s Degree of Social Work from Monmouth University (2002), along with her Master’s Degree of Divinity from The General Theological Seminary (2020). Before Seminary, Catherine began her career at Women’s Health Counseling Center in Somerville, NJ, where she provided administrative oversight of a county wide program to reduce teenage pregnancy, facilitating weekly educational programs for at-risk teens. In one year, they doubled the student enrollment.
    In addition, she served as Development Director for New Hope for Women in Rockland, Maine, an organization that advocated for and supported the needs of survivors of domestic violence. She also served as Development Director at Interfaith Neighbors, Inc. in Asbury Park, NJ, a progressive, multi-service organization that supported the needs of low income individuals, youth, and families in an area impacted by racial injustice and economic disparity since the 1970’s. At both organizations, she provided management and oversight of fundraising events and was responsible for all aspects of grant research, development, submission and reporting. Catherine also helped to coordinate public relations and communications for both organizations.
    Catherine recently served as deacon at Grace Episcopal Church, in Brooklyn Heights. At Grace Church, she developed Confirmation Class curriculum, co-facilitated the Sacred Ground antiracism program, and created an emergency aid program for underserved residents.  Mother Catherine family
    Catherine and her husband Scott Wieczorek, a professional archeologist, have two daughters: Charlotte (14), who has a passion for dance and would like to be a pediatric oncologist; and Ellie (10), who hopes to be the next Food Network star, specializing in all things chocolate! We look forward to welcoming the entire Wieczorek family (including dogs Otis and Angel) to St John’s very soon!


A Joyful Return: A St. John's video message about what to expect when attending services on Sunday, July 5th.







Now you can participate on Facebook with our popular St. John's for Kids Service lead by Fr Mark, Fr Stephen, Courtney and lay volunteers. We will add new services twice monthly. In this family friendly format, opportunities are now available to break things down into bite sizepieces: learn a Hymn with Chris Brayne, and/or read a Bible story or create a craft with Courtney Callahan.



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Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

St. John's of Lattingtown Episcopal Church

325 Lattingtown Road, Locust Valley, NY 11560

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