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St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church, Ivy

Nestled in the foothills of the

Blue Ridge Mountains

Near the historic city of Charlottesville and Thomas Jefferson’s University of Virginia

Last  Update  April 21, 2016

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Mission Statement

The purpose of St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church in Ivy

is to create an environment, through our acceptance of God’s love in Christ, wherein we can become a faithful community, committed to sharing that same love by seeking and serving Christ in all persons.

Visit us! Services are open to all worshipers.

Sunday Morning Service & Sunday School: 10:00 a.m.

Mailing address:  P.O. Box 351, Ivy, VA 22945

Telephone: (434) 295-0744.  Please leave a message.

Messages are checked regularly.  Someone will return your call.

E-mail us:  sjbec@avenue.org

We look forward to hearing from you.

The church is located west of Charlottesville, VA

 4708 Dick Woods Road (also known as Rt. 637) in the Ivy area

In 1890, the Reverend Frederick Neve opened a church mission for the residents in the Ivy area.

He named the church St. John the Baptist, for the prophet who “came before” Christ and went
into the wilderness to preach the Good News.  As one can imagine, over 100 years ago the church’s location was considered just such wilderness land in Albemarle County.  

This church mission “came before” the thirty some other mission churches he founded.

The name remains “St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church”   

See the “Who We Are – Our History” page for more information.      


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