Summer Hours

On June 5th, we move to summer hours with Worship at 9:30am. Sunday School and the Anam Cara Contemplative Circle events will break over the summer.


Worship at St. John’s is at 9:30 every Sunday morning. Our style of worship is traditional. Folks who come to worship are free to dress in comfortable attire.

Our services are informal and relaxed. Our music is diverse as we are blessed with an abundance of musical talent.

The pastor’s messages are scripturally based with application to daily life issues. Humor, story telling and sound counseling are a part of every sermon.

Our worship services include prayer, liturgy, a scripture lesson, children’s message, hymn singing and a sermon. Our music includes organ, piano, chancel choir, bell choir, children’s choir and a variety of musical talent.

Sunday School

Sunday School is held every Sunday morning from September through May. Mike Beamish leads us in interesting topics each week.

During the second part of the service, children are invited to go to their own classroom for a short lesson, a craft and a snack.

A nursery is available for children under age three.

Accessibility and Parking

St. John’s is Accessible

St. John’s has a handicap accessible entrance, with a push button door, on the Walnut St. side of the church building. This entrance leads to the sanctuary, which is on the main floor.

Also on the main floor are a handicap accessible restroom and an elevator that provides access to the fellowship hall on the lower level.

Hearing devices are available in the sanctuary for the hearing impaired. Announcements are posted on the media screen prior to worship.


Handicapped Parking Sign 2


On Sunday mornings, and during church events, there are two designated handicapped parking spaces on S. Walnut St. in front of the church.

Parking for church members and visitors is permitted behind Center Stage Academy at 18 E. Canal St. Access this parking lot from S. Walnut St.

Monthly Newsletter

Sunday School Topics

May 8:  On Eagles’ Wings: Celebrate the Day and Live On

May 15:  Gather Up the Duct Tape: Creating New Possibilities

May 22:  Second Fiddle: Singing a Different Tune

May 29:  Memorial Day, A Day to Honor Life: Remember the Past, Honor the Present, Look to the                 


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