God Holds You in the Palm of His Hand.

Welcome

 

We rejoice when visitors join us at St. John's. May you find peace in the message our worship presents: God promises His love and forgiveness through the sacrifice of His Son, Jesus Christ.

If you are living in our area, we invite you to worship with us regularly, and enjoy the blessings of Christian fellowship.  We would be most happy to have you play an active role in our congregation: Our Pastor can give you information on church membership.

Our Mission

 

The continuing purpose of St. John's, as a gathering of Christians, is to serve all people in God's world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ on the basis of the Holy Scriptures.  

Our Time with Jesus

 

We hold Sunday morning Bible Study every Sunday at 8:45 am along with worship at 10 am. For all other events please check our calendar for exact dates and events. We hope to see you soon!

Any additional opportunities with Jesus will be announced on our website.

Lent Worship 3-22-2020

To access the worship notes at hymn videos please click the link below.

Upcoming Events
The Sundays of Easter are Here!

Easter for many is spent with family. Kids are frantically looking for Easter eggs while mom or dad takes pictures or records the event. However, Easter is a celebration of the Risen Christ from the grave. It is a declaration to the world that death no longer holds power over us because Christ won us the victory. 

The Sundays that follow Easter are dedicated to the visitations of Jesus to those who traveled with him for years. They also serve as a reminder of what Christ's empty tomb means for us.

For other future events, please check out our calendar for our full list of events.

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This Week's Encouraging Verse:

You are already clean because of the word I have spoken to you. Remain in me, and I will remain in you."

John 15:3-4a