As believers in Christ—or Christians, Jesus Christ is the center of everything we do. This is no more evident than when we come together for worship. Out of love and thanks for the forgiveness of sins and eternal life that Christ has won for us, we regularly gather together to praise and worship our one and only Savior, Jesus Christ.
Some parts of our worship remain the same each Sunday. This is so that we proclaim Christ and him crucified each and every Sunday. Other parts of our worship service change each week. These changes are based on the portion of the church year and calendar we are in. This church calendar covers all the most important events of Christ’s life and work.
There are two important aspects to our worship services at St. John: God speaks to us through his Word forgiving our sins through the gospel in Word and Sacrament, and we speak to God in thankfulness with hymns of praise and thanks and in our prayers.
Our worship services are best described as traditional and we follow the historic liturgy. Click here for more information about different parts of our liturgy and the Church year.