Worship services are
held at both 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. on Sunday mornings.
Following is a list of
amenities available during Sunday morning services:
Christian education classes for children in preschool through senior high
school take place in the Education Building and Faith Hall concurrent with
the 9:00 a.m. worship service. Those children who are three-years-old
through sixth grade attend the first part of 9:00 a.m. worship with their
families. Following a brief “Children’s Moments” lesson during the
service, these children will be dismissed to a classroom in the Education
Building for child-focused activities and study. Older students (grades
7-12) report directly to Faith Hall at 9:00 a.m.
Crib Room Care:
Infant care through two-years of age is available during the 9:00 a.m.
service. Infant care through three-years of age is available during
the 10:30 a.m. service. The Crib Room Nursery is located in the
upper level of the Education Building on the south end.
Crib Room Pagers:
Receivers are available to parents when children are dropped off in the
Crib Room Nursery. The parent will be given a pager, which can be
activated by the sitters in case of an emergency.
Bags: Special activity bags can be borrowed for young children
who sit during worship with their families. These small canvas bags
include supplies for quiet activities such as puzzle games and coloring.
The bags are kept in a box at the rear of the sanctuary near the doors.
Coffee in the Atrium:
Coffee, tea, water and fellowship are available every Sunday between
services in the Centennial Atrium. Coffee in the Atrium is not
available on Sundays when a Coffee Hour is scheduled between services.
Pastries and coffee are available in Fellowship Hall between services on
the third Sunday of every month. Everyone is invited for fellowship
Library: The St.
John Library is located on the upper level of the Education Building at
the north end. It has Christian resource materials and a helpful
staff. The library is open Sunday mornings.
Each of the parking lots has designed locations for disabled parking.
We ask that you display your disabled card when using these spots.
Clay Street (directly in front of the church) also has areas marked for
The double doors on the east side of the church are automated. There
red button outside and inside which can be pressed to activate the
doors. The doors are adjusted to stay open long enough to allow
access in and out.
Water Fountains: The drinking fountains in the west entry area
and in the lower level Fellowship Hall are handicapped accessible.
The elevator at the west entrance leads only to Fellowship Hall, which is
in the lower level directly below the sanctuary. The elevator in the
Centennial Atrium accesses ALL levels of the St. John facility.
Both elevators have Braille on the service panels.
An automatic chair lift at the northwest double door entrance (facing
Faith Hall) allows access to the upper level of the Education Building.
Another chair lift in the narthex provides access to the choir loft.
Magnifying sheets are available for use in reading the Sunday bulletin and
hymnal. They are found on the narthex table in the front entrance of
Bibles for Pew Use:
Bibles can be found in the narthex on a shelf beneath the visitors’ book
podium just before entering the sanctuary.
Prayer Request Cards:
Beige prayer request cards are in the pews. Prayers can be for
anyone and all requests are confidential.
Blank envelopes for giving memorial gifts and other offerings can be found
in the pews. Completed envelopes can be placed in the offertory
plate or dropped by the church office.
Ministry: For those unable to attend church, a recording of the
service may be obtained by contacting the church office at 344-2526 during
the week. The church library keeps recordings of past services.