Meet Rev. Joseph J. Campo
As the rector of our parish, it is my privilege to welcome each person who blesses us by arriving here. This is a community of spiritual seekers – some seeking a family of prayer and support, some who simply need to find their way through life’s journeys as a believer in Jesus.
Spend a little time with us. Explore this website. Come and worship. Ask questions. Seek comfort. Give to those who have so much less than we. As Jesus declared, “Come and see.”
Our Episcopal tradition is a wonderfully open one. Everyone is welcome to join us in worship, to live as the Lord directs us and to make that pilgrimage from the font (at baptism) to the table (as we are nourished by the presence of Christ in the Holy Eucharist).
We’re brothers and sisters in the Lord. We are often joy-filled, often struggling. We set high expectations for ourselves but, like most humans, often fall short and need the Lord’s forgiveness.
“Blessed be God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
And blessed be His kingdom, now and forever. Amen”
This small prayer begins our Eucharist services at St. John’s and St. Paul’s each week, and it reveals something of who and what we are. We’re a community of persons who praise the Triune God and try to live so that, as we pray in the Lord’s Prayer: “Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.”
We welcome you to this journey.
Rev. Joseph J. Campo
We are a family, united in Christ’s love, seeking to grow in both spiritual and material strength so that we can serve God by making a difference in our community, our nation and our world. We see:
a family of seekers, united by the redemptive power of Christ, growing together on our mutual journey of faith and understanding
one congregation flourishing in a spirit of fellowship; two sacred spaces resounding with the joy of worship and offering welcome to all
our active ministry of members, reaching out to make our community, our nation and our world better in ways large and small