"Make a joyful noise to the Lord, all the earth!
Serve the Lord with gladness!
Come into His presence with singing!" -Psalm 100
Music is such as powerful thing! It can reach the hardest of hearts when nothing else can. Then, when we join music with the Gospel, the all-powerful Word of God, we have an explosive combination! We can experience God's presence as we lift our voices in praise to Him through music. Music ministers to both hearers and performer. Music proclaims the Good News of Jesus Christ as it inspires and encourages us, as it soothes the heart, and as it lifts praises to our God. Use the links on this page to find an opportunity to share your gifts and talents on one of the Sanctuary worship ministry teams.
Sanctuary Worship Services at St. John's
- experience times of reverence and reflection
- worship through a variety of liturgies (worship forms)
- receive God's wondrous gifts through the Word and Sacraments
- sing and hear a wide variety of Christian music and hymns led by many different musical ensembles
- mature in your Christian walk
- be strengthened to serve Jesus during the week
AS OF SEPT. 15, 2020: **New 8am Worship Time**
Sunday Worship ON CAMPUS, Outdoors at 9AM and 6pm, INDOORS at **NEW TIIME>>8AM and 10:30am. Reservations are Required, Seating is Limited. CHURCH ONLINE: **NEW TIIME>>8:00AM and 10:30am these Worship Services are LIVE Streamed and Have LIMITED in-person seating.
Additional on-campus activities have not yet been scheduled.
Church Online /// During COVID-19
VIDEO LIVE STREAM at 9am from The Sanctuary and at 10:30am from Walker Hall. [services are available on-demand after the live presentation]
Saturday 6:30 pm & Sunday 8:00 am
These services follow the historic liturgy of the Church, with some creative changes or substitutions. These changes highlight a season of the Church Year or emphasize a theme for a given Sunday. Holy Communion is celebrated on the first, third, and fifth Sundays of the month.
Sunday 9:30 am & 11:00 am
These services focus on the teaching of God’s Word in the context of a simpler liturgical setting. The opening of the service is written with the specific theme of the day in mind; a combination of hymns and praise songs are used in this service. Communion is celebrated on the second and fourth Sundays of the month.