St. John's has resumed all church activities on our campus with strict guidelines that all participants must properly wear masks indoors during this surge of the current variant of COVID-19. Please join us here if you wish to join us from home.
Location & Worship
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In the Sanctuary
Where We Are Located
Current Sermon Series
Revelation - The Letters to the Seven Churches
Of the three Christian virtues which Jesus most inspires – faith, hope, and love – it may be that what people most need today is hope! Revelation gives us hope, as it did the first century church, at the point of our world-weariness, our despair, our fears, and our struggle to shine the light of Christ with love, authenticity, holiness, and truth. The Revelation is first of all “the revelation of Jesus Christ” and his victory – and that indeed should give us hope.
Adult Bible Study
Sunday Mornings at 9am on ZOOM
Join us every Sunday morning as we study a book from the Bible, verse by verse. In addition to reading the text, we have available a study guide that provides historical background, exposition and suggestions for application. All are welcome to the lively discussion we enjoy as we seek to discern the truth from God's word.
Now Studying the Book of Romans
What To Expect
We typically serve Communion on the first Sunday of each month during the worship service. Our method of serving is via intinction or individual cups of juice and gluten-free bread.
Our service blends both contemporary and traditional music featuring our praise team and Celtic Choir. We also host a Christmas concert for the community every year.
Kids and Youth
We celebrate the joy of children in worship and so we welcome people of all ages to participate in worship with us for the beginning of our service. Children are dismissed to Sunday School after announcements are given. Youth in 6th-12th grade typically remain for the whole service.
St. John's does not have a dress code, but our members tend to dress on the casual side. Some are comfortable in business casual, many prefer T-shirts and jeans, others come in a dress or a suit and tie, and quite a few wear cultural attire. All are equally welcome.