Worshiping During COVID-19
Your health and wellbeing is extremely important to us. In order to limit the spread of illness, indoor gathered worship and ministries, bible studies, committees, etc. are canceled until further notice. Worship service and other ministries are held virtually until we are able to gather together inside.
Parking Lot Worship Service
Sundays, 9 a.m. at St. John Lutheran Church
If service is not able to be held due to inclement weather, notification will be communicationed by 8:15 a.m. via:
REMIND app: to sign up, text in the message area @92e866 to the phone number 81010
Before you come
Print the bulletin for everyone in your car or have them available on electronic devices. Link to bulletin is within the Virtual Worship section.
Bring your own elements for communion, bread or crackers and a small amount of wine or grape juice. If you are nervous about liquids in your car, bread alone will suffice; we trust that all of the gifts Christ gives us in this meal are present in each of the elements.
Consider bringing a financial offering for the ministry we share and some food to donate to Stocked Shelves Food Pantry.
When you arrive
To receive the bulletin and prepackaged communion elements (wafer and grape juice) or to provide food donations and/or offerings, go to the carport using the northern entrance (closest to the carport).
Tune to 92.5 FM.
While you are here
Please do not leave your vehicle unnecessarily.
Restrooms are available for emergency use only; masks and filling out the COVID form with your temperature are required when entering church.
Windows may be down during worship, but please wear a mask. When we sing, please raise your windows.
When it's time to head home
Feel free to stay a few minutes in your car if you would like to speak with Pastor Josh or make an appointment for a visit.
Head out into the world trusting in God's love, ready to share the Bread of Life!
Virtual Worship Service
The following will remain open:
Emergency pastoral care such as hospital visits, death or other major life crisis