Welcome to St. John the Divine!
Whatever your life situation and wherever you are in your spiritual journey, we're glad you're here. St. John the Divine is a multigenerational parish dedicated to changing lives for God in Christ.
Worship God with a variety of onsite and online service types that range from very traditional to more contemporary. Whatever your style, we look forward to worshipping with you.
- 8 am and 5 pm in the Chapel - This intimate service is rooted in the ancient traditions of Christian worship. Sermon, communion, and hymns accompanied by organ.
- 9 am and 11:15 am in the Church - This service is rooted in the ancient traditions of Christian worship in contemporary language. Sermon, communion, and music offered by organ and members of the St. John the Divine Chorale. The 9 am service is also available online
Worship for Young Families
- 9:15 am in the Hall Life Center - Awesome Worship is a special service designed for children ages 3 through 3rd grade and their families. All service elements (scripture, sermon, creed, prayer, and communion) are tailored for younger children. Music is led by the SJD Worship Band.
- 11:15 am in the Hall Life Center - The Table contemporary service features ancient practice with modern music. Sermon, communion, and music led by the SJD Worship Band. Worship at The Table is also available online.
Group Life at SJD
Get involved with the life-changing mission and ministry of Christ at St. John the Divine. Dig deeper into scripture, serve the community, and develop personal relationships with a family in Christ.
Are you ready to join a small group? If you would like to join a small group of people for conversation, prayer, and bible study, then consider joining a small group.
With several priests, Sunday morning sermons are always new and fresh! Want to get a taste of what our messages are like?
Find this Sunday's preaching schedule, scriptures, Sunday school, and activities.
Updated COVID-19 Protocols at St. John the Divine
We have updated our COVID-19 protocols in accordance with the CDC's new recommendations and the diocese's newly-announced guidelines.