St. John's Church Grounds

Nestled in the heart of the Western Run Valley, St. John's stretches over more than 11 acres of lush, picturesque grounds, that are dense with historical significance. Many of our parishioners often recount how the beauty of this place fills them with a sense of God’s presence.

Please come and see the grounds for yourself, and discover their natural beauty, historical significance, and spiritual gifts.

The centerpiece of our campus is our Gothic revival stone church, with its soaring 100-foot spire. Its origins date back to 1816, and it underwent a significant reconstruction in 1869. Inside, visitors will find intricate scissor arches, meticulous wood carvings, and remarkable stained-glass windows chronicling the Gospel of St. John. The harmony of the church's architectural grandeur and the melodious notes from the Taylor & Boody organ create an atmosphere of reverence and awe.