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SERVICES FOR EVERYONE

At St. John’s we try to offer church experience that everyone can enjoy, as well as fellowship with coffee and doughnuts served between services so groups from every service can have fellowship.

Traditional services at St. John's

8:00 – Traditional Worship

This traditional format early bird service has a loyal group of folks who enjoy having the chance to attend worship early enough in the day that other Sunday activities are possible.

Contemporary Worship at St. John's

9:15 – Contemporary Worship

This contemporary worship service is less formal than traditional formats. Music is provided (on the first and third Sundays) by “Common Lot,” the St. John praise band. This group includes several vocalists as well as guitar, percussion, and keyboard.

On the second and fourth Sundays, music is provided by an eclectic mix of recorded songs from popular and contemporary Christian artists as well as a smaller combo featuring drums, piano, and bass guitar. Scriptures are read in contemporary, easy to understand translations, and the message is shared in a way that invites those attending worship to participate.

Since the St. John Sunday School program also meets at this same time, busy parents can get their children off for classes and stay for worship.

Last Service

Events

Lent 2024

Lent 2024 “In the Name of Love” February 14, Ash Wednesday (New Athens) Revelation 2: 1-7, “Abandoning Love” February 21 (New Athens) Genesis 34, “Dinah and Shechem” February 28 (Darmstadt)…

Shout out to the Nurture Committee for another successful Worship in the Park! Everyone enjoyed the service, music, good food, and wonderful fellowship! ... See MoreSee Less
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