Welcome to St. John's UMC

Good Neighbors, Sharing the Good News

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All are welcome here
!  Everyone ~ and we mean everyone ~ can come and belong here. 

  • We proclaim God’s unconditional love and grace that is for everyone. 
  • We celebrate and welcome the diversity of God’s family. 
  • We are open to all who are seeking after God and desire to be in unity with others. 

Worship Opportunities

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.


    Chapel Worship Service

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    Sanctuary Worship Service

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    Fridays at 1:00 PM on Zoom

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Current Worship Series

The Last Words of Jesus

2.14 - 3.31.2024

Words – a varying combination of consonants and vowels strung together making a particular sound that communicates a thought or idea.  Most words are not like a calculus equation that is hard for us to understand.  Rather, we hear and quickly comprehend words spoken, especially ones in our native tongue.  While words are easy to hear and comprehend, what we may miss is the power that words have on the hearer.  Words have the power to convince people to do things they should or should not do.  Words have the power to persuade others to hold a new or different opinion.  Words can shape our image of the world.  Words can paint a picture of beauty or ugliness.  Words can demean, shame, or harm self or someone else.  Words can encourage and lift spirits.  Words can start and end wars.  Words can hurt and heal.  Words have power and are powerful things.


During this season of Lent and Easter, we will consider the last words of Jesus.  Some of them were spoken to his friends, others to strangers, and a few to family.  However, in precious waning moments of Jesus’ life, not a word was wasted.  They all carried weight and power which we can still experience today.  I invite you to come and join us as we consider the message in these last words of Jesus. . - Rev. Dr. Jim Hoffman

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