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Sunday morning attendance is between 100 and 250 people. Dress trends are generally fairly casual to business-casual, though you can find anything from jeans and shorts to suits. People are friendly, so don't be afraid to introduce yourself, and remember to stop by our Newcomers table in the foyer.
We meet in several buildings and rooms on Sunday morning. Below are our service times and where each service is located.
|Service||Start Time||Location & Entrance|
|Sunday School - Children||10:30 a.m.||St. Johns - Fellowship Hall (Downstairs)|
|Sunday School - Adults||10:30 a.m.||
Langevin - Gym, Library & Luther Hall (see below for electives)
|Main Service||11:30 a.m.||St. Johns - Sanctuary (Upstairs)|
Each Sunday at 10:30 am Sunday School takes place for both Children and Adults. Our last class is usually near the end of June, then we take a summer break and Sunday School resumes after the September long weekend.
We utilize a check-in system for children's classes, so if you have children, you may want to arrive a few minutes earlier to get them checked-in and settled in their class, and so that you have time to walk over to the Adult Sunday School location.
Children's Sunday School Classes
- Nursery (age 2-3)
- Kindergarten (age 4-5)
- Grades 1 - 2 (age 6-7)
- Grades 3 - 5 (age 8-10)
- Youth (age 11-15)
Adult Sunday School Electives
During our Spring 2017 Sunday School season starting on February12, we will be offering three different adult elective classes during the Sunday School hour starting at 10:30am. All are welcome to attend any of the following classes:
- Living as the Church - St John's Luther Hall (enter the east doors from the church courtyard)
- Old Testament Overview - Langevin Gym
- Jump Start: The Basics of Christian Life - Langevin Library
After the Sunday School hour, more people arrive and everyone mingles together, greeting one another like a sort of family reunion.
Once everyone settles into their seats (including children!), we begin our main worship service at 11:30 a.m. with all of our deliberate attention focused upon the living God!
After an opening greeting and a few announcements, one of our elders will begin the worship service by reading from a Scripture text as a summons for us to turn our hearts Godward.
This opening meditation is followed by songs and hymns of praise sung to guitar and/or piano accompaniment. Many of the hymn lyrics are from earlier centuries set to new arrangements. The lyrics are projected on the screen at the front since we do not have printed hymnals available.
After the initial hymns, parents with small children can go downstairs to check their children into the nursery (age 0-2) and catechism class (age 3-5) before the main sermon begins. Children over the age of 5 are encouraged to join the adults during the main service.
A message from the Scriptures is given that aims to exposit (i.e. expose, or unpack) what the passage is saying.
We conclude the service with another hymn and a parting benediction.
An easy transition toward informal conversation rounds out our time together.
For anyone not able to attend in person, our main service is streamed live for remote viewing.
Our tradition is to "proclaim the Lord's death until he comes" (1 Cor 11:23-26) by partaking in the Lord's Supper, remembering the Lord together on the first Sunday of every month at the beginning of the main service preceding the preaching of the Word. All believers are welcome to participate together with us.
It always a joy to observe those who proclaim their union with Christ in his death and resurrection by being baptized (Romans 6:3-5). Our practice is to periodically have a "Baptism Sunday" throughout the year, where we will hear the testimonies from those being baptized during the main service and then will move outside to the church courtyard after the main service is over to observe the administration of the baptisms.
Daily Walk and Community Groups
Throughout the week we seek Christ and live obediently to him in our various callings and settings. In so doing we aim to testify concerning the rule and reign of God in this world by the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Smaller groups by region, called "Community Groups", typically meet weekly or bi-weekly as a time of informal prayer, study, fellowship and a family potluck meal together.
To get connected to a community group or to learn more, visit our Community Groups page.