AN INCLUSIVE COMMUNITY FOR ALL WHO
BELIEVE IN THE LOVE
No matter where you are on life's journey:
Single, married, or divorced; rich, poor, or in between
If you can sing well or can't carry a note
If you're here browsing or if you've just woken up
If you come every week or haven't been here in years
You are welcome.
Welcome! The Bible reminds us that we are the church - the family of God with great diversity.
We don't go to church. We ARE the church.
“If anyone acknowledges that Jesus is the Son of God, God lives in him and he in God.
And so we know and rely on the love God has for us. We love because He first loved us.”
I John 4:15-16, 19 NIV
FIND YOUR PLACE HERE.
We are a community-focused church.
We worship together in song, pray together, invite our children to the altar for a children's moment, listen to our church choir and guest musicians, plus enjoy a sermon. On the first Sunday of the month we receive communion.
Our ministries focus on four core areas:
St. John's Youth
We offer space for those who are exploring art, baton twirling and indoor sports. Our gym is perfect for , bridal showers, birthday parties and wakes. For those in recovery, we welcome you to use our facilities for your meetings. Email us at: email@example.com
No Sunday School
during the summer
(Vacation Bible School)
Sun., July 9 through Thurs., July 13
The event is open to children age 4-4th grade.
It promises to be a
Fun Bunch Lunch*
Contact office for location
Leaving Church at 11 am.
*Open to Anyone 55+
Food, fellowship and fun can all be had at St. John's UCC. Our parishioners are a friendly bunch, so don't be shy if it's your first time visiting.
Rev. Dawn Balduf, interim pastor
Marsha Mihalko, treasurer
Julie Humbarger, secretary
Judy Peters, Consistory President
RECURRING MONTHLY EVENTS
Every month you will find interesting groups sharing meeting space in our church. Take for instance the weekly GrandLove program which supports grandparents who are raising their grandchildren.
The Church is also busy with
Kindergarten Adventures - for recent grads of our Nurturing Center who are new Kindergarten students.
It's not unusual to find out gym filled with baton twirlers or athletic groups.
One of the best ways to establish fellowship is through eating together. We have different groups sharing meals together like: Fun Bunch (for women 55+), the Men's Breakfast and The Incredibles (mixed group of those born before 1957). On the third Sunday of the Month everyone is invited to a Fellowship Meal which is served immediately after Sunday Service. There is no cost for the meal, you may make a free-will donation. Sometimes breakfast is served, sometimes soup and hot dogs. Whichever it is, you'll surely have fun.