Worship with Us

St. John’s will be live streaming our Sunday worship service at 10:00am. Please join us in person or online. While we do not have a nursery, children are always welcome in our worship space (even if they make some noise). Additionally, St. John’s is offering meals on Sunday afternoons.

To join us online, enter this link in your browser’s address bar or click the button below: https://zoom.us/j/916031543
It will be the same link each week so you might want to bookmark it.

If you would like to call in to the service from your phone, use the following information:

Phone Number: (312) 626 6799
Meeting ID: 916 031 543

If you would like to have the weekly bulletin emailed to you before the service, please fill out the form below. You can also click the “Sunday’s Bulletin” button to get the latest version online.

Street Church

We gather in the parking lot of the PNC Bank at the corner of Broad Street and Central Ave at 1PM for Street Church every Sunday. Food will be served after a short prayer service.

If you would like to join us as a volunteer for Street Church, please contact our Church Administrator to get our current schedule of volunteers.

Join us (virtually!)

If you’re interested in joining our Sunday Morning service online, please provide your name and email below. We’ll forward along the bulletin and Zoom invitation.

In a community that faces many challenges, we try to model health and wellness, spiritually and physically.

In response to high rates of diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity, our Healthy Communities Initiative focuses on providing healthy food choices at all of our gatherings, attempting to eliminate foods high in sugar, salt, and preservatives.

In response to high rates of poverty, unemployment, and alcohol and drug addiction, St. John’s engages in grassroots community development efforts to identify community assets and plan for future development.

In response to systemic injustice, we participate in a number of advocacy initiatives, especially in the areas of environmental concerns, child poverty, human trafficking, and hunger.

Join us!

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