Worship Times & Styles

LENT BEGINS WEDNESDAY MARCH 6
“Forgiveness as a Gift of God’s Grace”

 

WORSHIP SCHEDULE
Ash Wednesday Worship Service on March 6 @ 6:30pm
Wednesdays during Lent (March 13 – April 10): Supper @ 5:15 – 6:15pm, Worship @ 6:30pm

LENTEN BOOK STUDY
Amish Grace – How Forgiveness Transcended Tragedy
You are invited to join in a discussion group that will be offered at different times each week during Lent.  St. John’s will have some books available – you can also find copies online, at the library, or electronically.  See signup board to join a study group or contact by emailing St. John’s or by calling the office at 608-291-4311

  • Pastor Paul will lead a discussion group on Wednesday evenings, after Lenten worship from 7:15-8:15pm, beginning Ash Wednesday, March 6.
  • A second group will be led by Meghan Lisowski.

 

 

 

fullcongregation500During the school year, we have three worship services during the week.

Saturday at 5pm:

While this service features a number of traditional elements like the 8am service, it is slightly more laid back in feel. Music is primarily on the piano.  Most attendees wear slacks or skirts, though it is perfectly fine to dress more casually.

Sunday at 8am:

This service is the most traditional. It uses the official liturgy, features hymns on the organ and is slightly more formal. Most attendees wear slacks or skirts, though it is perfectly fine to dress more casually.

Sunday at 10:30am:

This service has a more laid back feel. Our worship band, “Soulvation”, features Christian Contemporary Music. The Pastors don’t wear robes and many attendees wear casual attire.  This service is posted on Facebook Live each Sunday.

During the summer between Memorial Day and Labor Day, we have two worship services during the week, but at different times.

Saturday at 5pm:

This service is slightly more laid back in feel.  Music is led primarily on the piano.  Most attendees wear slacks or skirts, though it is perfectly fine to dress more casually.

Sunday at 9am:

This service is more laid back,  with music lead by the St. John’s band, “Soulvation”. Most attendees wear business casual to casual attire.