8:00 am
Contemplative Worship

9:00 am
Traditional Worship

10:15 am
Coffee & Education Hour

11:30 am
Contemporary Worship



12:15 pm
Healing Prayer & Communion


Other Info


The entrance to the St. John’s parking garage is on K Street between 17th & 18th Streets. You can park there for free for our Christmas services and on Sunday mornings.



What is the ELCA?

The ELCA – or Evangelical Lutheran Church in America – is the national religious body to which St. John’s belongs. Visit the ELCA website for more information about this affiliation of Lutherans in the USA.


What do Lutherans believe?

Lutherans believe in the Triune God who is loving, forgiving, and nurturing. We believe in Jesus Christ, the Son of God, who died to free us from our sins. And we believe in the Holy Spirit who is active in our lives bringing inspiration and transformation to each of us. For more about what Lutherans believe, take a look at the Statements of Belief of the ELCA.


Is Communion open to everyone?

Yes. We believe that the gifts of God are free. We commune by intinction most of the time. You will be handed bread and will dip it into the cup. The red liquid is wine; the clear liquid is grape juice. To read more about the Sacrament of Communion, visit our Baptism & Holy Communion page.


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Youth Raffle Fundraiser

The youth of St. John’s are preparing for the 2015 ELCA National Youth Gathering in Detroit. We are kicking off our first fundraiser on October 26 with a raffle. The raffle will primarily be hosted online, but on Sundays in Oehler Hall North from 10:15-11:15 you will have an opportunity to participate without being online! 

Some of the great prizes you can look forward to winning are…

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Come to the Table
Stewardship 2014

I grew up in a small town in Northeastern Ohio situated on Lake Erie. My family didn’t have a lot of money, but we always had food on the table and clothes to wear. My parents taught us about making a pledge to the church when my siblings and I were old enough to understand. They sat down at the table, talked about their finances and decided what they were able to give. Even in very lean years they tried to tithe. I have made a yearly pledge from the time I became employed until the present.

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Thank You for School Kits from Lutheran World Relief

Dear Friends at St. John’s Lutheran,

Thank you for your generous donation of quilts and kits for LWR’s distribution oversees. These gifts of your hearts and hands are beautiful expressions of God’s grace and love to people all around the world. Your care and compassion make it possible for families and communities to keep themselves healthy, warm, educated, and employed.