1.St John's Episcopal Day SchoolMOVED
2513 N 8th St
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2.St. John's Episcopal
2500 N 10th St
I feel very proud to be part of St John's church family. Both of my sons attended St John's school several years ago. a couple of years later we became members of the church due to the Welcoming envir
3.Our Lady Of St John Of The Field
1052 Washington Ave
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Father Castillo is the best when it comes to explaining the Sunday readings binding the gospel with the history of the time. As Father Castillo calls it the University of Saint John of the Firleds we
4.St John The Baptist Catholic Parish
216 W 1st St
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5.St John Lutheran Church
506 N Nebraska Ave
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6.St Mark United Methodist Church
301 Pecan Blvd
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7.St Joseph The Worker Food Pantry
2332 Jordan Ave
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