When are your service times?
      • Our traditional service is at 9:00am.
      • Our contemporary service is at 11:00am.
 
We plan for each service to run for about an hour.
We provide nursery care for our 9:00am traditional service.
 
 
 
 
 
Where can I park? 
We offer handicap parking west of our sanctuary.
Our main parking lot lies beside our church campus.
We have an additional parking lot across the street on the corner of Penn Ave. and Hull ave
 
 
 
When should I arrive?
We suggest you arrive a least fifteen minutes before the service. Come earlier and enjoy a cup of coffee in our coffee house which is just a few steps from the sanctuary.
 
 
 

What should I wear?

You’ll find a wide variety of dress at St. Johns. Some prefer to wear a suit and tie or a skirt and blouse, while others are more comfortable dressing casually, wearing jeans and a polo shirt. So feel free to come dressy or casual. You won’t have to change your wardrobe to worship here.
 
 

What do you have for my children?

We know that as a parent you need be sure that your children are in a safe learning environment. And we know that your children are looking for a fun place to learn. We’ve invested a lot to make sure that both of these goals are reached.

We encourage children to worship along with their parents during the services, but we do provide nursery for infants and toddlers and Jr. Church for children . 

 
 

What kind of music do you have?

Our 9:00 am traditional service includes classic and inspirational hymns with a choir.  If you prefer contemporary worship, you can join our 11:00am service led by our praise team.  
 
 
 

What are the messages like?

We believe that the Bible is both exciting and relevant for our lives today, so that’s how the message is taught. Our pastor’s message is easy-to-understand and practical for dealing with real life. The goal is for you to come away with something that you can personally apply, a way for you to grow closer to the God who knows and loves you.
 
 

Do you take communion?

We do take Communion as a way to remember the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. This is something Jesus told his followers to do, so that we do not forget his sacrifice for us. 
 

Every first Sunday of the month we hold communion in our worship services, which involves passing trays with small wafers and thimble-sized cups of grape juice and wine.   If you feel uncomfortable participating in communion that’s okay; you can pass the tray to the next person and simply use this quiet time for personal reflection. This is your chance to connect with God in your own way.

 

 
 

 

 
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Handicap Parking

 

Main Parking

Our parking lot across Penn Ave