We at St. John trace our origin to the Reformed Church in the United States (originally German Reformed) and now we are part of the United Church of Christ, a Protestant denomination formed in 1957 from the Evangelical, Reformed, Congregational and Christian churches.
In the United Church of Christ, the statement "God is Still Speaking," expresses the heart of our core values, as the preamble to our constitution states, "each generation makes the Christian faith its own in reality of worship, in honesty of thought and expression, and in purity of heart before God."
We are followers of Jesus , believing in Christ as Lord and Savior, and we also are a safe space for those who are searching, exploring, and forming a faith of their own, knowing that in community together, we reflect the image of God. Truly, no matter who you are, or where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome here!
Communion at St. John UCC
St. John UCC practices open communion. All are welcome to receive communion, including children (at the discretion of their parents.)
Communion is usually served the first Sunday of every month, and on the "festival" Sundays of Easter and Pentecost.