The Episcopal Church of Micronesia extends a most heartful welcome to You.
We envision to a be a worship center that makes
disciples of Jesus Christ for loving Service.
Our mission is to welcome diversity and worship in unity.
Our worship services begins at 10:00am and offers a lovely liturgy infused wit the bible, music and our passion to share the gospel.
After service we invite you to join us for refreshments and fellowship in the EATON'S HALL.
The Episcopal Church first came to Guam in the 1950s, when civil workers primarily for Anderson Air Force Base submitted a petition to Bishop Kennedy of the Episcopal Diocese of Hawaii requesting for an Episcopal mission here.
In 1956, the church acquired land in Upper Tuman and in 1957, the first Episcopal Church on Guam, St. John the Divine, was established.
In the compound with the church, St. John's Episcopal School opened in Sept. 1962 to serve Kinder to 4th grade age groups. Over the years, the school expanded its enrollment to include Pre-K to high school. St. John's School is a sister institution of St. John's church.
In the early 1990s, St. John's started conducting services in the neighbor island of Saipan. In 2006, St. Paul's in Saipan became an outstation of St. John's. The Church is Guam and the Church in Saipan are collectively called the Episcopal Church in Micronesia.
The Episcopal Church in the USA and Anglican Communion
The Episcopal Church in Micronesia is part of the Episcopal Church in the USA which is a member of the worldwide Anglican Communion.
The Anglican Communion is an international association of national or regional churches which were founded as a result of the missionary work of the Church in England. The Anglican Church is found in more than 165 countries with a membership of 85 million.
The Archbishop of Canterbury is the senior bishop or "first among equals" among the bishops in the Anglican Communion. As such he does not exercise direct authority in the Anglican provinces outside England, but instead acts as a focus of unity. The Anglican Communion considers itself to be part of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church and to both catholic and reformed.