St. John’s Baptist Church

What’s Going On

Johnson Rev. Bernard Spencer for their service during January. Additionally, we THANK everyone who participated in the annual MLK program. Min. Liz Crockton was the keynote speaker on January 15, 2022. Thank you to our musical team, Christie Delanois, Kerri Massengill, Melinda Williams, and Joel Smith.

The church admin is still physically going to the church weekly and answering all emails, telephone, and postal mail requests. Please feel free to inquire about any situation you may have concerned SJBC; please feel free to email or leave a message on the church telephone at 781-935-4314.

Regular Upcoming Events

Sunday – Sunday School @ 10:00 am – (In-person & virtual)

Sunday – Worship Service @ 11:00 am – (In-Person & Virtual)

Tuesday – Prayer/Share – Virtual Only

Friday – All Bible Studies – Virtual only

Special Upcoming Events

Sunday, February 27, 2022, immediately following morning worship, we will hold our Annual Church Meeting for the year ending 2021. Please submit all reports to Deacon Coston by Tuesday, February 15, 2022. All should be in attendance.

Please register for these events ASAP.

King Richard Watch Party, Saturday, 2/5/22, at 6 pm. Registration:

Black History Trivia Game Night, Saturday, 2/12/22, at 6 pm Eastern. Registration:

The Photograph Watch Party, Saturday, 2/19/22, at 6 pm Eastern. Registration:

Black History Bingo Game Night, Saturday, 2/26/22, at 6 pm Eastern. Registration:

Food for Thought

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Black History Every Month

Did you know:

February 24, 1864Rebecca Lee became the first Black woman to receive an M.D. degree.
February 1, 1865President Abraham Lincoln signs the 13th Amendment to the Constitution. The Amendment outlawed slavery in the U.S. February 1 is known as National Freedom Day in its honor.
February 1, 1960Ezell Blair, Jr., David Richmond, Franklin McCain, and Joseph McNeil took a seat at Woolworth’s Lunch Counter in Greensboro, NC. The lunch counter only served whites, yet the men stayed peacefully seated. The group now known as the Greensboro Four started a movement. By March 1960, the movement had taken hold in 55 cities and 13 states. Woolworths finally integrated by the end of the summer.
February 9, 1995Bernard Harris, Jr. became the first African American to walk in space in 1995.

February Birthdays

Happy Birthday to…


Destiny Hiltpold


Ciarra Coston


Alexander Grey


Vashon Hitpold