We are glad you stopped by to visit our website, and we hope you will have the opportunity to visit us in person for any of our activities and, especially, for worship. We want you to feel connected with the St. John community and look forward to seeing you here!
Sunday Morning Schedule
New Sunday Worship Schedule at 9:30 am in air conditioned Heritage Hall!
- ASL Interpreting at the service
- Nursery care available.
Coffee & Fellowship after the Service
Thursdays at 10:00 am - Bible Study
Tuesday, July,17 at 11:00 am - Seniors on the Go Book Club
Tuesday, July 18, 6:00 - 800 pm - Inter Generational Vacation Bible School
Who said VBS is just for kids! This summer, our Bible School will be for all ages and will be held in the evenings on Wednesday, July 18, 25, and August 1. We'll begin with a barbecue and then move into worship and learning activities involving Madagascar, Lego, and God's grace in the lives of St. John's young people.
July 18: "Sent to Madagascar!" Bryn Koskinen, a young adult of St. John's, has volunteered for a year of service in Madagascar through Young Adults in Global Mission, a program of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. She will help us learn more about that country’s people, gifts, and challenges.
“Welcome one another therefore, just as Christ welcomed you, for the glory of God.” Romans 15:7
The congregation of St. John declares itself an open and affirming faith community and invites all people to join our journey toward greater love, acceptance, and mutual respect. Christ calls us to reconciliation and wholeness and challenges us to be agents of healing.
We recognize and celebrate the diversity of God’s creation and affirm that we are all beloved children of God. We acknowledge and appreciate that there are differences among us, but believe that we can love alike, even though we are not alike. We commit ourselves to inclusivity and welcome persons of every race, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, ability, socioeconomic class, marital status, family configuration, and political affiliation to participate fully in our congregation. We trust that God intends to enrich our community through a deepening embrace of diversity and a unifying faith that transcends our differences. As we are freely loved and accepted by God, we will offer love and acceptance to all.