Give the Lord the honor due unto his Hame;
worship the Lord with holy worship. – Psalm 29:2
Since the resurrection of Christ, on that “first day of the week” so long ago, Christians have gathered on Sunday mornings to share in fellowship, to break bread together, to hear apostolic teaching, and to pray for each other and the world. This “breaking of bread” goes by many names: Holy Communion, The Lord’s Supper, The Eucharist, the Divine Liturgy, The Mass… and it has been the central act of Christian worship since Jesus first shared it in the Upper Room with his closest friends.
At St. John’s, we share in this holy meal every Sunday morning both at 8:30 and at 10:30. We would love to have you join our fellowship at either service as we celebrate our risen life together and as we give thanks for the many promises and blessings that God has freely given to us through His Son, Jesus Christ.
Everything is printed in the bulletin so it’s easy to follow along. Though our service is considered “traditional,” you’ll find everything from suits to shorts to ties and T-shirts, so come as you are!
You’ll also find us to be warm, friendly, and eager to give you the space to explore, listen, and discover if St. John’s might be the place for you!