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Here at Saint John's, we strive to foster diversity in participation and leadership.

Saint John's has many opportunities for you to get involved.

Our hope is that your visit to Saint John's feels like coming home.

Core Values

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Connection

We are called to set a table for people to grow in relationship with God, each other, and the world.

Inclusion

We are called to be a community in which all are welcomed and valued without exception.

Openness

We are called to embrace the open exploration of ideas, guided by Scripture, tradition, experience, and reason.

Mission

We are called to act on our faith with intention, compassion, and relevance.

Justice

We are called to work for equality and fairness in our community and the larger world.

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Our History

We are creating a community

   

In 2004 discussions began among church leadership, new members, long-time members, and friends of the church regarding what these different groups were looking for in a congregation and the extent to which Saint John's was addressing those aspirations. Emerging from those discussions was a new clarity regarding the church's identity and purpose, expressed in the Saint John's mission statement: We are creating a community where God's love changes people and God's people change the world. In 2014, Saint John’s set a strategic plan based on the values of connection, inclusion, openness, mission and justice, inspired by Micah 6:8:

God has told you, O mortal, what is good;

   and what does the Lord require of you

but to do justice, and to love kindness,

   and to walk humbly with your God?.

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Our Commitment

Justice and Diversity

 

At Saint John's, we are committed to creating a place where all people regardless of gender, age, race, ethnicity, national origin, economic status, mental and physical capacities, or family configuration are welcomed, engaged, and valued in the life of the church.

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