St. John UNITED CHURCH of Christ

651 Easton Road, Box 236, Riegelsville, PA 18077


Phone: 610-749-2551

Rev. Jeffrey A. Wargo, Pastor

​Ms. Ingrid Gray, Director of Music

Sharing blended worship for today's world

with the traditions that ground us in faith

that God's spirit might speak anew to each generation...

The Community Gathers in Worship at 9:30 am on Sundays through Labor Day

with our Praise Band!

We are a welcoming congregation of the United Church of Christ

embracing all our brothers and sisters in faith.

St. John UNITED CHURCH of Christ

Who is welcome here?

If you are White, Black, Asian, Native American, or Hispanic…

If you are three days old, 30 years old, or 103 years old…

If you’ve never stepped foot in a church;  or if you are Roman Catholic, Protestant, Agnostic, Buddhist, or are a life-long member of the UCC…

If you are single, married, divorced, separated, or partnered…

If you are male or female, straight or lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender…

If you are a Republican, Democrat, Independent, Socialist, or not registered to vote…

If you have, or had, addictions, phobias, abortions, or a criminal record….

If you own your home, rent, live with your parents, or are homeless….

If you are fully-abled, disabled, or a person of differing abilities…

You ARE welcome here!

This congregation is committed to being a loving and welcoming community of faith, centered in the Good News of Jesus Christ. Therefore, in faithfulness to the Gospel and our heritage, and to the best of our ability, we promise to provide meaningful worship, uplifting music, educational programs, ministries, and pastoral care to all who seek God in this place.

No matter who you are, or where you are on life’s journey,

you are always welcome here!

Copyright 2015.  St. John United Church of Christ.

Site Updated 4/24/2015

We are a progressive, forward thinking, congregation, who believe God is still speaking for today and each generation. And so we witness:

We believe in God, the Holy Spirit and Jesus

Christ:   Therefore:


* We live…believing God carries us and provides for our needs.


* We believe God is always present, even in the
unexpected and sacred moments of the day…


* We receive strength, blessings, and hope through God’s teachings and prayer.


* We experience God’s grace, through the love of others.


* We are Christ’s disciples: accepted, forgiven,
serving, learning, resisting evil, and seeking justice.


* We believe God, in Christ, promises we will all
be reunited in the resurrection and eternal life.

​On this foundation, we build our faith.