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St. John's Episcopal Church is a charming growing small church in the north end of New Rochelle. St. John's is located at 11 Wilmot Road, New Rochelle, NY 10804, at the intersection of Wilmot Road, Mill Road and North Avenue, a rising town in Westchester County, north of New York City. The church is headed since 1994 by (The Rev. Dr.) Rayner W. Hesse, Jr. Pastor, affectionately called "Rusty." He delivers "dialogue" sermons as part of service that is once each Sunday at 9:30am until 11am. The compelling services also feature an eclectic mix of songs and hymns, sung by the choir and led by the musical director, Eric Jennings. Click here to go to the main page listing all videotaped services for St. John's Episcopal Church.
(Contact Frank Sisco of the advertising firm for further information at 914.740.4422. All photos and videos, including audio, taken by Frank Sisco on 10/29/06 and protected by copyright. Copyright 2006 Frank Sisco.
Below is VideoClip #1. Click below photos to go to Videoclip #1 through # 8 subpages.  


Info about the VidecClips and contact info - 10/29/06 service.
The Videoclips listed on this page (#1 through 8) show a service in the church on 10/29/06, as given by Bishop Sisk and Pastor Dr. Hesse, as videotaped by Frank Sisco. See the storyboard below for the 8 Videoclips including the one at the left. For more information, contact Frank Sisco at or by phone at 914.740.4422, or Dr. Hesse via the church at 914.636.0047 or by email at The parish website is at The parish website is at
Photos of outside and inside of the church on 10/29/06

Storyboard of Videoclips #1 through 8, (Click below to go to the subpage for each video and related text and photos)

The videoclip covers the time before the service through the time of the readings including a short drive to the church, a sign welcoming Bishop Sisk, entering church, prelude music (Sonata III in D for the Violin" (Movement 1) played on violin by Linda Finegan Lott, accompanied on piano by Eric Jennings, and the entrance by Bishop and celebrants

The videoclip covers the time of the readings including a reading from the Book of Isaiah (59:9-19) by David Juhren, singing of Song of Praise, a reading from the Letter to the Hebrews (5:12-6: 1, 9-12) by Theresa Clark, singing of the hymn "Ours the Journey" by Julian Rush, a reading by Deacon Dorothee Caulfield of the Holy Gospel of Our Lord Jesus Christ according to Mark. The videoclip covers the opening remarks by Bishop Sisk, and then his sermon. The videoclip covers the candidates for confirmation and the confirmation ceremony.

The videoclip covers (a) the remarks by Dr. Hesse, including remarks about the reception at St. Francis Cottage and about the questions to be asked of Bishop Sisk following the service, (b) thanks to many people including Integrity group and musical director and choir, (c) welcome to Deacon Dorothy Caulfied (from the town of Ossining), and (d) singing of "Prayer of Jesus"

The videoclip covers the Breaking of the Bread, singing of the hymn "Spirit, I Have Heard Your Calling," At the Communion - "Sarabande" is performed by Linda Finegan Lott, violin soloist, "All is Welcome Here," by Mimi Munroe Goodwin, soprano soloist, then Communion with a welcoming by Dr. Hesse, singing of the anthem "In This Church" about The Little Church on the Hill (lyrics by St. John's parishioners and music by Dr. Hesse), post-communion prayer by Bishop Sisk, A Four-Fold Franciscan Blessing, and then Hymn 529 (Linda Finegan Lott on violin and Eric Jennings on piano) The videoclip covers the asking of questions (written by parishioners) of Bishop Sisk by Dr. Hesse, and Bishop Sisk's answers, and comments by Dr. Hesse, and parishioners leaving church. The videoclip covers the time parishioners celebrated in St. Francis Cottage, next to the church, and some views of outside the church and the short drive to the home of Frank Sisco.