Our Church

You are necessary for the effective work of the church and the building of community. At St. John’s we sincerely hope that you will be an active part of our community. Listed here are the various ministries and groups of the Church & the contact person for each.

Altar Guild--The Altar Guild prepares the physical altar area for Sunday worship services and any other services in which Holy Communion is served. Father Michael McGhee,  

Children’s Ministry--Adults and teenagers are always needed who enjoy children and would like to help out during Children’s Worship as well as special events. Shannon McClure,  

Greeters--Welcoming each individual to the worship service at the front door matters at St. John's. A smile, a hug, a handshake begin every worship service. Katie Haseltine,  

Hospitality--Breaking bread together has always been a basic Christian ministry. Potluck or pizza lunches and snacks after service are vitally important in the formation of our community.  Join a team that helps facilitate these ministries. Katie Haseltine  

Lay Eucharistic Ministers--LEMs are the people who assist the priest with the service of communion, leading the prayers, serving the chalice, etc. during the worship service. Father Michael McGhee,

Lay Readers--Lay Readers are men and women who read aloud from the podium the Holy Scriptures appointed for the Sunday worship service.  Father Michael McGhee,

Set Up and Tear Down--Because we occupy another's space, time given to setting up and tearing down is an important and necessary ministry. Doug McKelvey,  

Supper Clubs--Every fall, St. John's gathers as Supper Clubs (6-10 adults with the option of including children) to enjoy food and fellowship. If you are interested in hosting a Supper Club or participating in one, please email Father Michael McGhee,

Ushers--Ushers are the men & women who greet people as they enter the sanctuary, pass out the bulletins, help people find a seat and direct the traffic flow up the aisle to Holy Communion. Douglas McKelvey,  

Youth Group--St. John’s Youth Group is made up of 6th through 12th graders.  Their purpose is to grow in Christ by meeting together, serving together, and playing together. Campbell Wilson,