We are privileged and commanded by God, and for our own good, to worship Him. Worship is the highest art form and good work that humans can do before God.
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod’s (LCMS) Worship ministry aims to nurture a culture of confessional faithfulness, artistic excellence, and integrity in the presentation, distribution, and reception of God’s life-giving gifts in Word and Sacraments. This ministry seeks to develop and deepen an understanding and love for the Lutheran heritage in Christian worship and promotes the Lutheran Service Book as the core worship resource for the LCMS while also identifying and encouraging the many musical treasures and gifts that the Holy Spirit continues to pour upon the church.
Worship brings us into God’s presence to confess sins, receive forgiveness, and all His blessings. It maintains our eternal fellowship with God now, in this life, and in eternity.
Worship is not an entertainment activity, one where we sit back and watch, but it requires your active participation.
Due to COVID 19, St. John’s Sunday School is closed and our Worship Service currently meets on Zoom.
Due to COVID 19, all African Ministries are meeting by phone.
The bulletin for the next Worship Service will be available when written. When it is ready, the sermon and worship date above will indicate the new bulletin is published and available. Until it is ready, you will see the bulletin for last Sunday.