You are welcome here.

Newcomers are always welcome at St. John's.  It doesn't matter your age, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or faith background.  You will find other people interested in engaging with their faith.  We do not claim to have all of the answers, but we are committed to the belief that God loves all people.  God loves them so much, God sent God's only son to be one of us.  This story of Jesus' work in the world: his life, death, and resurrection brings hope.  We put our hope in this story, and that we can be God's messengers of love in this often dark world. 

  • What is it like?
    • Our worship follows a pattern laid out in a bulletin and prayerbook.  Each service contains readings from scripture, a sermon, prayers, and we share Holy Communion.  The 8:00 service is usually quieter and more contemplative with no music. The 10:00 is busier with choir anthems and congregational hymn-singing, All baptized Christians may receive Holy Communion.  If you are not baptized but are interested, please see Fr. Marc.
  • What about my kids?
    • Children are most welcome at St. John's.  We have children's events throughout the year with Church School during the 10:00 service during the school year in St.Mary's Hall, the lower parish hall. We also do periodic special events for the kids (and the child in all of us adults!)
  • Where do I park?
    • St. John's has ample parking in the two lots next to the church.  
  • What do I wear?
    • St. John's is a casual environment for worship.  Wear what feels most comfortable.  
  • How can I get connected?
    • Call the church, email, or talk with a parishioner at church.  Better yet, join us on a Sunday morning! We would love to get to know you better.  You can sign up for our emails, and we have regular coffee hours and brunches for parishioners to get to know one another better.