This is a FREE, fun, and educational event for children ages 3yrs & potty-trained thru 5th Grade! Our focus is to teach children the true meaning of Christmas through music, crafts, stories, and games! Lunch is provided! Please also be on the lookout of ways to support our local missions. Questions? Contact Allie Cobb; firstname.lastname@example.org. CLICK HERE to sign up!
All of us seek and want to find a place where we are welcomed and can belong. Some feel like they can belong anywhere; others question if they belong, even in a local church. We, the people of St. John’s, want you to know that all are welcome here! We want to emphasize that everyone ~ and we mean everyone ~ can come and belong here. St. John’s United Methodist church proclaims God’s unconditional love and grace that is for everyone. We celebrate and welcome the diversity of God’s family. Thus, we are open to all who are seeking after God and desire to be in unity with others. So, there it is. You are welcome here!
We strive to offer inspiring and excellent classical traditional worship. Our choir-led service is filled with stirring music, sermons, stories, and opportunities for spiritual growth all led by our laity and pastoral staff. We believe anyone attending worship will be stimulated emotionally, physically, and spiritually for the purpose of leading a holistic and faith-filled life.
Living Streams is our mid-week worship
experience focusing on the practices of story sharing, centering prayer, and
communion. On the first Wednesday of
each month the ritual of Anointing and healing is incorporated into our
A key component to the Christian tradition is renewal in God’s grace. When we define grace, we are speaking of God’s unmerited or undeserved forgiveness and favor. God forgives us any and all our sins because God’s love is greater than God’s judgment. God gives away freely that which we could not earn nor do we deserve – God’s love-filled grace. Because we are recipients of God’s grace, we are called by God to do likewise; we are called to give away freely. For the next four weeks we will center on forgiveness, hospitality, justice, and generosity as areas of our lives we can give away freely. I invite you to join us each week as we learn to “Give It Away.”