There's much to like about St. John's and our service to the Lord. Below are a small sampling of our many ministries.

Holy Communion - The Lord's Supper


The Holy Communion represents the greatest expression of God’s love for His people. Two items are used in the Holy Communion—the bread which is Jesus’ body that was scourged and broken before and during His crucifixion, and the cup which is His shed blood.

All baptized believers, including guests, are invited to receive communion.


Men & Women's Groups


St. John's maintains active Men's and Women's Groups which meet regularly for both social events and community service.These groups support several events each year including traditional dinners, Fausnacht festival, Rummage Sale, and Chicken BBQ. Come out and be surprised by the friendliness of our members.

Sunday School


Sunday School is held at 10:30AM right after our 9:30AM service. All age groups are invited.

Our FM Radio Station - Hope 94.5
Operating out of St. John's, WVHO broadcasts
the best Christian Rock 24 Hours a Day!
The Lutheran Hour is scheduled each Sunday
at 11AM with an encore broadcast Wednesdays
at 6PM. Listen in for current events! Contact us on the Web at: WVHO945@gmail.com


St. John's has a community youth group serving Grades 5 and up. Meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month. Events have included attending minor league baseball games, rafting, 'Toys for Tots, social events, etc. We welcome youths from our church and community, as well as adult advisers. We need volunteers to help.



Music is an important and uplifting part of our

worship service.Radio ministry and coffehouse

also provide opportunities to enjoy and socialize

through Christian music.

Our extrodinary Music Ministers are:

Marcia Cromwell, organ, and Stefanie Rybitski, soloist.

Community service


St. John's has founded and is active in the Nanticoke Ministerium, sponsoring ecumenical services and events in the community.

A Youth Day Camp is run in conjunction with the Bear Creek Camp and is held every summer.

Our groups routinely reach out to our local library, fire departmet and garden clubs to offer help and support.