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to the St. John's Lutheran Church website.  We are a congregation serving our Lord Jesus Christ in affiliation with Lutheran Church -- Canada.


Take a look around, and make sure to visit our forum for some great discussion! If you're a congregation member, login at the left hand side or create a new account with the passphrase given in the weekly church bulletin. This will allow you to access the bulletin announcements, calendar, etc.


Service Times 

Regular Sunday services are at 9:30 am throughout the year.  

We have contemporary services the first, fourth, and fifth Sunday of the month.

We worship using a formal, liturgical, hymnal- based service the second and third Sundays of the month. 

 Bible Classes and Sunday School

Sunday morning adult classes are offered from the second Sunday of September until the Sunday before the May long weekend.

The Youth Sunday morning Bible study, called Paidia Christo, takes place in the office building behind the church during the same period as the adult study.

Sunday school is offered from the second Sunday in September to the last Sunday in May. 

Our Mission

Our Mission is to grow in the love and knowledge of the Triune God and to make the Word of God known to the people of our community and the world.



Holy Communion

Every first and third Sunday (see newsletter for exact dates), we celebrate Holy Communion. The Scriptures teach that Communion is a community event just as much as it is a very individual and personal gift of our Lord's Body and Blood received through the bread and the wine. For this reason, it is the duty of a congregation to make sure that everyone who receives Communion has been taught everything the Bible says about it so that each person can be properly prepared and receive that gift for blessing. If you would like to commune with us, your membership in our congregation or in a sister congregation assures us that you have received the necessary discipleship training.   If you are not a member of our congregation or of a sister congregation, please make an appointment with the Pastor to receive instruction in what Holy Communion means so that you can commune with us at another time!

Our sister Church, in the United States, the Missouri Synod, has a website that explains the very serious, privileged, and important nature of Holy Communion. Please click that link to learn more! 


Link to Missouri Synod 

There are several articles there that describe, in great detail, why Lutherans believe it's important to view Communion as an institution that requires spiritual preparation, one being "Admission to the Lord's Supper." 


Church History

Hey! we're looking for someone to write up some of our Church History! If you know of someone that would be interested, have them drop me a line at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it


Where do I get started?

Visitors that are interested in the site and our congregation might want to check out the About Us section. If you've got a question about something, the forum is a good place to look (you can sign up and post, too!), or you could always contact us via email. If any of that seems confusing, check out the Help section.


Congregation members that are looking for something specific should check out the menu on the left hand side, as well as the top menu. If you can't find what you're looking for, there's a handy search feature. Remember, you need to login to see the bulletin announcements, calendar, and newsletter!