There is a unique, calming worship atmosphere at St. John’s because of the historic and classic architecture of the warm and inviting sanctuary. The old bells and the original pipe organ all add to the beautiful sounds that call us to worship God.
When you come to worship you may expect a small and inviting group of around 25-30 church members, some of whom have been a part of the church their entire lives. People dress in comfortable clothes.
We sing two or three hymns and regularly include additional music from our choir or musicians playing flutes, guitars, or piano.
Children are invited to a “Children’s Chat” offered by the minister. Scriptures are read from the Bible and the minister preaches on topics related to the biblical story in relationship to the life of the church and the world.
Holy Communion is celebrated the first Sunday of each month. All are invited to participate, no matter where you are in your life and faith journey.
The entire worship experience is generally one hour.
Upcoming Activities (April)
Holy Week Calendar:
- Maundy Thursday*, April 13, combined worship at St. John’s UCC – Hartford, 7:00 pm
- Good Friday, April 14, ecumenical worship, St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church – 1:00 pm
- Good Friday, April 14, combined worship, St. John’s UCC – Slinger, 7:00 pm
- Saturday, April 15, Easter Vigil, individual reflection
- Easter Sunday, April 16
- Outdoor Sunrise worship*, St. John’s UCC – Slinger, 7:00 am
- Easter Breakfast, St. John’s UCC – Slinger, 7:30
- Worship*, St. John’s UCC – Slinger, 9:00 am
- Worship*, St. John’s UCC – Hartford, 10:30
- * – denotes Holy Communion
Tuesday, April 18, we will be hosting a special event, “Tour of the Mission – LOVE>hate” at our Slinger church, 520 W Washington Street, Slinger, WI 53086. Please arrive by 6:45 pm. This is a wonderful opportunity to hear how tragedy has been turned into a powerful mission and ministry featuring Dr. Buck Blodgett and the LOVE>hate staff.
Sunday, April 23 – “Break the Silence” Sunday. The WI Conference, United Church of Christ is using this Sunday to hi-light the insidious veil that prevents domestic violence and sexual assault/abuse from being uncovered and addressed. Worship in both churches will feature this theme with an honored guest speaker, Ms. Emmy Myers (survivor/advocate/speaker), of Lacy’s Hope Project.