This Week at St. John
Planning a visit
You'll be welcomed with a smile and hand shake, but we won't make you stand up and introduce yourself! Take a bulletin before the services start and fill out the info card in the back of the seat in front of you, sign up for an event or sign up for our weekly e-newsletter, the Eagle Wing.
What are worship services like?
The pastor will preach a message based on a scripture passage. We pray that God’s spirit is at work through the pastor’s study and prayerful preparation.
I have kids - what is available?
Childcare is available for all children preschool and younger who need it, but we recognize that some families might want to keep children with them in church. Children are welcome to stay through the service. Most of our services have special children’s times with a special message just for children.
Check out our upcoming events.
Check out our upcoming events to see what is new and exciting happening here at St. John.
We are here to help.
Differently-abled persons worship regularly at St. John. We do our best to accommodate all persons, even when it means some minor disruptions may occur in worship. We are a family, and families accept one another’s differences. ASL Interpretation is often available at the 11:15 a.m. service (let the church office know if you need an interpreter and we'll set it up for you.)
You are always welcome!
St. John is a welcoming congregation and we have mission outreach within the local community, including parents of children at all stages and ages, seniors, crafters, cooks, service organizations, along with international missions, outlying Alaskan communities and the LGBTQ+ community - to name a few. You won’t hear words of condemnation in our church.
We celebrate the sacraments of communion and baptism together. Communion is offered the first Sunday of the month. Learn more.
9:15 a.m. This is a traditional worship services with with concurrent Worship for children (preschool-4th grade). Children come to worship with families before going from the sanctuary to their classrooms. Our sanctuary choir, bell choir and organist lead us in music at this hour long service.
11:30 a.m. This is a contemporary hour-long experiential service with a praise team. Opportunities to light candles, creative prayer experiences and unique use of technology. Children 4th grade and lower can participate in Children's Worship after the children's message.
5:55 p.m. Wed. Night Rewind
(this service will resume Aug. 2)
Did you miss Sunday's worship? Stop in the Sanctuary for a short service that includes prayer, music and sermon.
Read stories of God's movement in our lives.