Welcome! We’re so glad you found us! As you browse our website and learn more about us, please feel free to visit us any Saturday or Sunday for worship services, and check us out on our social media pages: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter.
Sunday Fellowship takes place after each worship service and during the Sunday school hour in the Shepherd’s Room. This is a time to share in coffee, tea, and snacks as we get to know one another and reconnect as a community of faith. There are even occasions when lots of delicious, homemade goodies will be shared on a Sunday morning. You are always welcome! Parents, be sure to drop off your kids at Sunday School and then hang out in the Shepherd’s Room to visit, read or whatever is comfortable for you.
Click here for a map. Parking is available on Prospect Street and in the parking lot behind the church.
We have no shortage of doors to get in! There is usually a steady stream of people walking through to the sanctuary. If not, just follow the music.
We are Christians, we accept Jesus as God’s son, our risen Savior and Redeemer who believe:
To learn more about Lutherans and what we believe, please visit the ELCA website.
Are you interested in learning more about St. John’s? Perhaps you have been attending worship for some time, or you have been bringing your children to Sunday School, and now you would like to make St. John’s your church home. A class for prospective new members is generally held monthly. You are always welcome to attend the class even if you aren’t quite ready to join. New members are then received during worship services shortly thereafter.
God is spirit, and those who worship him must worship in spirit and truth. (John 4:24)
As Lutherans we gather together in worship to hear the Word of God and celebrate the Sacrament of Holy Communion. We follow a traditional Lutheran service with time-honored liturgy, but great contemporary significance. Communion, hymns, beautiful music, and a hopeful message send us week after week to share Christ’s mission of grace for the world.
Contact the following leads to learn about opportunities:
In Baptism, God frees us from sin and death, seals us with the Holy Spirit, and marks us with the cross of Christ forever. We recognize one Baptism: God’s promise we are His, and forever part of Him. As Lutherans, we baptize children and adults. Baptism classes are held monthly. During the class, the meaning and importance of Baptism are presented and any questions concerning the ceremony or sponsorship are addressed.