About St. John's Anglican Church
St. John’s Anglican Church is a congregation of the Anglican Church in North America. Formed in 2009, the ACNA is a growing fellowship of Christians who follow Jesus in the Anglican way.
When we worship together at St. John’s you will find the words, music, and prayers to be filled with great meaning, beauty, and power. Many people feel comfortable in our service because we combine different styles. For those who like a relaxed and contemporary style, we use contemporary music, multimedia presentations, and relevant, Biblical preaching for our lives today.
But we also feel many contemporary churches lack liturgical depth when all you get is 20 minutes of opening songs, announcements, sermon, and closing song. And often in those churches any song which is more than five years old is considered out of date. We reach back to some of the richness of historic liturgy and music to include in our service. These elements reach some people with a more traditional liturgical background such as former Presbyterians, Methodists, Lutherans, and Catholics.
Our services are led by the Holy Spirit which adds a supernatural dimension to our worship. We usually include Holy Communion as a part of worship.
We also seek to reveal God in continuing and full ways through the Spirit-led use of Bible study. Our worship is a response to God's loving-kindness shown to us in so many ways including His incarnation and death for us, and his resurrection. We are told to love the Lord our God with all our heart, all our soul, all our strength and with all our mind. This we do with open and repentant hearts.