About Our Church

Who We Are

Jeremiah 7:23, "I will be your God and you shall be my people."

      As a Lutheran Church Missouri Synod congregation with a rich tradition of over 140 years in ministry, St. John Lutheran Church is committed to living and doing whatever it takes for the sake of God's Kingdom.  We accomplish our mission by relying on God, relating to one another as Christ taught, and responding to His grace with the help of the Holy Spirit, as we:080413-pmk-1-cosgrove

  • Worship passionately through God's Word and Sacraments
  • Make disciples who grow in the Christian faith through the power of the Holy Spirit and God's Word
  • Equip God's people to meet life's challenges and to understand God's purpose in their lives
  • Serve one another and all those in need inspired by our faith and hope
  • Love, welcome, and invite all people in the name of Christ.

 St. John's Position on The Lord's Supper:

  • As Lutheran Christians, we believe Christ’s body and blood are truly present with the bread and wine, offering forgiveness of sins to all who believe in Jesus Christ.  We ask those who commune to share this unity of faith in Christ and understanding of the Sacrament of Holy Communion.  Since the Scripture teaches that we are “to examine ourselves before eating of the bread and drinking of the cup” (1 Corinthians 11:28), if you are not certain of the meaning of Holy Communion or have not been baptized or instructed in the Christian faith, please speak with the Pastor before communing.
  • St. John offers First Communion to youth only after instruction during the confirmation class.  Children and youth who have not been confirmed may come to the altar to receive a blessing.






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