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St. John's FAQs:
- What is it like? This community of faith is a vibrant mix of young and old, every family constellation, original to Lakeville and brand new, lots of people who like to be involved, and many, many good-hearted people who love the world God loves
- What about my kids? Bring 'em! That's what this is all about. We want to help you to create a strong faith foundation for your whole family. A fully-staffed nursery is also available Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings.
- Where do I park? In the huge, easily-accessible parking lot right in front of and also to the side of the church. Plenty of handicapped spots available! Please leave those for folks who really need them
- What do I wear? The good news is, you can come as you are and as you like. Of course, we still take hats off when we're in worship, which keeps us open to God. But, you can be free to wear what you want as we worship God together
- How can I get connected? Just make your first move to talk with one of our pastors. This is your most direct line to getting connected to people and programs that will help you grow your faith. Also, stop at the Welcome Desk on a Sunday and talk to the Worship Coordinator that day.
- Do I have to be a member to participate? No. Anyone can participate. If you want to grow deeper and more connected to God and this faith community, we certainly encourage you to become a member of St. John's and feel so much more connected to people and to God's mission for us here as a congregation. When you are ready to become a member of St. John's, click on the blue button below and fill out and submit the form
- What's the best description of the way St. John's worships? Simply put, the liturgy of worship is still in use, so St. John's has a traditional feel to it. We sing hymns, both old and new. We use organ and piano. But, there also is a vibrancy to worship here that involves singing and instruments, trying new hymns and songs while balancing them with older ones that are familiar, and wanting to deepen our experience of God with ranges of prayers, worship art, and music.