Welcome to

Saint John Lutheran Church

and

Preschool

Growing a Christian community rooted in faith, fellowship, and service

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“God is light; In him there is no darkness...”  

[1 John 1:5]

The parish of Saint John Lutheran Church is a community devoted to spreading God's Love through ministries of prayer, education, music and community activities for people of all ages.

Join Us !

Worship Service Schedule

Saturday  5 pm

Sunday  10 am

Sunday School and Bible Class

Sundays at 9 am - Children downstairs, Adults upstairs in the lounge

Weekday Bible Class

Tuesdays 10 am in the lounge/narthex

Bell Choir Rehearsals

Tuesdays at 6:30 pm

Chorister Choir Rehearsals

Tuesdays at 7:30 pm

Preschool (September- May)

Classes for 3, 4, and 5 year-olds

See contact info in footer for more information

Announcements

Gospel of Mark - Join us Sundays at 9am as our adult class explores the Gospel of Mark.

Gifts for Seniors - the 7th annual 'Tis the Season for a Senior' will be running from Nov 14 to Dec 5. We will be collecting small items to donate to seniors through the Meriden Senior Center.  Suggested items include gloves, hats, scarfs, stationery, toiletries, an fancy food items.  Collection box in the narthex.

Christmas Memorials - Deadline for monetary memorials is December 12. 

Evening Gathering - Compline - How do you complete the day? In the ancient church it was completed with prayer! This is the origin of the Compline service.  Join us Wednesday evening throughout the season of Advent beginning Dec. 1 at  7pm for brief devotional gatherings of prayer and God's word!

Coffee hour will be held after the Sunday worship service on Dec. 19.  Please consider contributing a plate of cookies to share.

Lessons and Carols - We will celebrate this very popular Christmas program on Dec. 18 & 19 during our regular worship services.  Come hear the story of the coming of the Messiah, listen to our talented choir, and sing your favorite hymns and carols.

New ** Check out the Anniversary Booklets on our history page for a blast from the past! ** Click here