Participating in God’s Mission
Funeral Service of Terry Hare
Saturday, July 31, 11:00 AM
The funeral service of Terry Hare will take place at St. John’s Church on Saturday, July 31 at 11:00, with reception immediately following outside in the churchyard. No reservations are necessary for the in-person service. Overflow seating will be offered outside in the churchyard. Due to the large numbers of people expected to attend the in-person funeral service, please wear a mask to the service even if you are fully vaccinated.
A virtual streaming of the service will be available on Zoom (for link, please email email@example.com).
Hybrid Sunday Services
We welcome you for our Sunday morning worship at St. John’s! No reservations are required for in-person worship. For those who are vaccinated, masks are now optional. It is expected that those who are not vaccinated will wear masks. We will continue with our social distancing protocols inside the church and invite parishioners to join us in the churchyard for a time of fellowship following the service and announcements.
For those unable to join us for in-person worship, we will continue our hybrid service on Zoom.
Reading Group: Reading While Black by Esau McCaulley
Join us for a new reading group at St. John’s! We will meet every other Sunday through Aug 8 from 7-8:30 PM.
Interested in joining the group? Let us know!
Racial Justice, Healing, & Reconciliation
Jesus is calling the St. John’s community to the work of racial justice, reconciliation, and healing as an integral part of our walk of faith in a broken, sinful, and suffering world.
Micah 6:8 Commitment
We believe that all human beings are created in the image of God (Imago Dei). This gives each person infinite value in God’s eyes and equal access to his unmerited love. God calls us to love our neighbors in the same way, as His image-bearers.
Micah 6:8 Commitment
We believe that all human beings are created in the image of God (Imago Dei). This gives each person infinite value in God’s eyes and equal access to his unmerited love. God calls us to love our neighbors in the same way, as His image-bearers. Insomuch as we have failed to actively love those who differ from us in race, gender, national origin, religion, level of education, or socio-economic status, we have failed to love God. It is also true that at certain times in history, such as now, God awakens the hearts of His people to wrestle with specific sins or needs for healing.
Read More about our commitment to Micah 6:8 and how you can join with us.
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