A two acre expanse of gently sloped grass with access to electrical power and the street (Lattingtown Road). Tents may be permitted.
Intimate, enclosed courtyard with walkway and direct access to the church and the Parish Hall.
Handicapped accessible parking is available on Old Tappan Road with an additional large parking lot located on Lattingtown Road.
We welcome filming at St. John’s and aim to be accommodating to the needs of the production. You can request to view our fees and filming contract by contacting Mary Savin at email@example.com.
You are welcome to take photographs inside the building for your own private use, including social media. We ask that you are respectful of this sacred building and especially of other visitors. We do not allow photography during the celebration of the Eucharist, and we do not allow flash photography during services. Professional photography, including the use of tripods, shutter photography, drones, and any other for-profit photography inside of the building is strictly prohibited without a contract from St. John’s.
You are welcome to take photographs on the grounds for your own private use, including social media. Professional photography including drone photography is allowed with written permission. We do not currently charge a fee for outdoor photography, but we ask you to consider making a donation (suggested $100 per hour).
If your family or organization is interested in using our space for birthday parties or other events, please contact Mary Savin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a music organization who is interested in having a concert here, please contact our Director of Music Ministry, Chris Brayne at email@example.com.
The Brian Kenneth Tully Playground was officially opened and blessed by Fr. Mark Fitzhugh on Sunday, September 28th, 2019. Our state of the art playground for young children was given by Peter & Carmella Tully in loving memory of their dear son Brian.