Acolytes are age eight and older. They assist our priest with worship.
The Altar Guild cares for the altar linens, candles, wine and wafers, and prepare the altar and sanctuary for every worship occasion and for special events.
Each and every Order of Worship is lovingly folded by a member of St. John’s. Folding is usually done in small groups on Friday each week in the church office.
The Flower Guild strives to glorify God with the beauty of fresh flowers for Sunday services; this is an opportunity to enhance the worship experience for everyone.
Our greeters welcome all who attend service and provide information about our church. Being a greeter is a wonderful way to get to know your church family.
The Holy Celebration Team works to make our special days special. We strive to create a sanctuary where all are aware of the transforming presence of God.
LR/EM’s serve the chalice during Holy Communion; read the lessons, psalms, and prayers during services. Anyone can learn to do this. Training is provided.
During service Oblationers carry the gifts to the altar in preparation for Communion.
Every Sunday morning we have people available during communion to pray with you for any concerns you may have.
Ushers offer the bulletin and assist with seating, the collection of the offering, as well as answer any questions regarding St. John’s.
Rehearsals on Wednesdays, 6:30 – 7:30pm
This choir provides special anthems and musical leadership for hymns and service music for the 8:45am service. Special music with guest instrumentalists is offered at services as part of our Easter Celebration. A special Christmas service, Lessons and Carols, is also presented at both services on the 3rd Sunday of December.
Rehearsals on Wednesdays, 5:00 – 6:00pm
The Handbell Choir plays for worship at both the 8:45am and 11:00am services every six weeks as well as on Palm Sunday and Maundy Thursday with a Lenten Meditation. The Handbell Choir also rings in the community several times a year at nearby nursing homes.
The Music Ministry encourages the children and youth of St. John’s to participate in our worship services; by singing and playing instruments as a part of special services. We also include musical activities at our summer camp, Camp Outreach, and our annual Christmas Pageant.
The Children’s Choir is open to Kinder through fifth grade children; and will sing at special/seasonal Sunday services and various community events throughout the year. Rehearsals are determined by how much preparation we will need for an event.