Thursday, Nov 30 -6-8 pm
Light supper and Healing prayer led by Ellendale and Chuck
Sunday, Dec 3 – 12 pm
9 am Bible Study @ STJ’s
10:30 am Children’s Chapel
Community Dinner -Farewell to the Hoffmans: Bring a dish!
Sunday, Dec 10
STJ Craft and Bake Fair
Sunday, Dec 17
Lessons and Carols
Welcome to St. John’s online presence!
We welcome you to join us in person or over Zoom for services. The Zoom link is shared through our weekly email list, or by request. You can use the button below to request the service Zoom link.
For the protection of our most vulnerable, it is suggested that unvaccinated adults wear masks.
At St. John’s, we are committed to:
The Good News
The Biblical message of God’s redeeming love for humanity in Christ and by the power of the Holy Spirit.
To be a welcoming, loving, obedient and flourishing church that loves God and serves one another.
Justice and Mercy
Micah 6:8 Commitment: We believe that all human beings are created in the image of God (Imago Dei), have infinite value in God’s eyes, and equal access to his unmerited love.
We seek to be the presence of Christ in our neighborhood, and a blessing to the nations.
We seek to be faithful stewards of God’s creation.
Children and Youth
Kids are the heart of our community. We offer Children’s Chapel for the youngest and Youth Group from Middle School up.
At St. John’s, we firmly believe in sharing the gift of preaching. Check out past sermons from our members!
Connecting With Community
St. John’s Community Blog
Our community blog is a place for news, spiritual reflections, needs, resources, and JOY. Visit the blog to see posts on various topics including Racial Justice & Reconciliation, Global Faith, and the future growth of the Church.Read Most Recent Posts