Sunday Worship


Service Time: 9:00 a.m.

Bible Study: 10:15 a.m.



For those staying home, please check out our weekly audio worship services and Zoom Bible studies below.

Bible study links for personal studies

can be found by scrolling down further!



Online Worship for August 1st is devotional.


In lieu of audio worship, please download one of the following orders of worship:

8-1-21_Easy_Read_Bulletin.pdf

8-1-21_Print_and_Fold_Bulletin.pdf


Online Worship - Audio

While special cautionary guidelines are active, our weekly service audio will be found here. Services include most parts of the Liturgy: Confession and Absolution, Collect of the Day, Meditation Psalm, Readings, Sermon, Prayers of the Church, and even some music to listen to/sing along with. 

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Bible Study Resources

We know that sometimes Sunday worship doesn't always scratch the spiritual itch you might have on a daily basis. Worship and hearing the Gospel lays the foundation for a strong faith, but there's always more to learn. Studying God's Word in depth helps fill gaps in knowledge that a simple reading of the Bible might sometimes create. As you dig into the Scriptures, you'll find God has so much to say about so many topics, and you just might get the answers to the questions you've been asking. So please check out some of our resources below and never be afraid to ask questions!

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Our Style

At St. John's we practice a traditional style of worship. We read liturgy right from the hymnal because the carefully crafted responses between the Pastor and the congregation make for strong, doctrinal worship. Lutheran liturgy consists of speaking verses of Scripture back and forth to one another. There is no more profound truth that our lips can speak and no more powerful words that our hearts need to hear. Our worship is centered around God's Word.


For music, St. John's uses a traditional organ. There's nothing like a few hundred pipes sounding out the old tunes Christians have sung for hundreds of years. These are the same songs our parents and grandparents sang when they worshipped God, so hearing them played through the organ makes many of us feel at home. We will certainly use contemporary music now and then, but the organ remains our standard for worship.

Previous Sermons (Audio)

Missed the message this past Sunday or simply want to listen again? Check it out below.

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Worship Assistants

We are always looking for people to volunteer for readings, help with communion, carry the cross in, ring the bell, etc. We want our congregation to feel like everyone plays a part, because they do. The church is a place where all believers, all equal and loved in the sight of God, gather to worship. We want to make sure everyone has the opportunity to feel like they're using their gifts and abilities to serve the Lord on Sunday morning. So if you want to help out or suggest a new idea, come talk to Pastor Mol and we'll see what we can do!