St. John Lutheran Church
Empowered by God's Holy Spirit, we gather, grow, and serve.
For over 30 years, the Souper Bowl of Caring movement has been inspiring people across the nation to tackle hunger in their local communities. On Sunday, February 13th, 2022, join St. John Lutheran as we collect loose change to support the Souper Bowl of Caring cause!
On December 26, 2021, there will be no in-person church service at St. John Lutheran. Instead, the Service of Lessons and Carols has been pre-recorded. You can enjoy this service in your own home by clicking on the link found here: Lessons and Carols - 2021
As St. John Lutheran pursues our search for our next Pastor, we are gathering feedback as we identify gifts that we feel are of value to our Ministry. Please provide your feedback by completing this survey.
Jesus is our hope in times of uncertainty.
Since 1861, the people of St. John have joined together to celebrate God’s presence in our lives: in our joys, our sorrows, our healing, our caring for others, and in sharing the Good News of God’s love for each person through Christ Jesus.
COVID-19 UPDATE: Per CDC recommendations, we are no longer requiring masks for vaccinated individuals. We will continue to provide masks for those who are unvaccinated or high-risk. Ministry and community groups are welcome to meet in-person at their discretion and follow current guidelines.
During this time of increased need, our Food Pantry will remain open.
We continue to make adjustments and have taken precautions to keep our volunteers and guests safe and healthy; including drive-thru style to pick-up your food. All Campbell County residents are welcome. At this time, no documentation is needed. Hours are the 2nd & 4th Mondays of each month, 1-3p.
Knit, Crochet, Together.
We meet for knitting and crocheting to maintain our interconnectedness and sharing the peace and love of the Lord. Join us! Connect with Nancy or Pastor Adam for Zoom info