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As children of God and disciples of Christ seeking peace and justice in the world, we welcome, affirm, and include all people into the fullness of God’s love. We celebrate and lift up people of all races, cultures, ages, sexual orientations, gender identities, physical or mental abilities, economic statuses, political affiliation, appearances, family status, and citizenship as equally loved and valued in the eyes of God and in this place. All are invited to join this community as we worship God, grow in faith, and strive to love and serve one another.

All, without exception, are welcome in this place.

What does it mean to be Lutheran?

Whether you’re visiting for the first time or joining us again we invite you to review our visitor information. Everyone is welcome and we hope to make your visit as enjoyable as possible!


Worship celebration with communion is held Sunday at 9:30 am and is also livestreamed on YouTube. Services average a little over an hour in length.


Communion is celebrated at every worship service.

We have returned to communing at the altar rail. An usher will dismiss you by row to come forward through the middle aisle. You may stand or kneel at the rail, extending your hand for the wafer. Receive an individual, pre-filled wine cup from an Altar Assistant. Grape juice and gluten-free wafers are available at the center aisle. After receiving the elements, return to your seat by way of the side aisles. If you do not wish to receive the wafer and wine, you may participate by coming to the altar and folding your arms to receive a blessing.

If you are uncomfortable or unable to come to the altar rail, let an usher know and Pastor Bob will bring communion to you.


Music plays a major part in how we respond to God’s Word. In fact, it’s in our Purpose Statement – ‘feeding our faith with music.’ On any given Sunday you might hear traditional hymns or contemporary Christian tunes. Throughout the church year you’ll also hear various musical stylings by strings, woodwinds, brass, Christian praise bands and local choral groups. Visit our Music and Worship page to learn more about how to get involved.


Guests should not feel obligated to contribute when the offering plate is passed. We ask only that you give us your name, address and email via the ‘Let’s Get Acquainted’ cards, which are available from an usher, so that we can keep in touch.


Children of all ages are welcome to worship with us.  Children age 3 through 6th grade are also invited to attend our Children’s Sunday Church School program which is held during the school year. Families are encouraged to begin worship together at 9:30 am in the Sanctuary. Children are dismissed from worship and escorted to classrooms, or children may report directly to their classroom by 9:30 am. All classrooms are located on the second floor of Parish House. Children are released to parents at the conclusion of worship, at approximately 10:30 am.

Three Year Olds – Room 220
Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten – Room 218
First and Second Grades – Room 207
Third and Fourth Grades – Room 214/216
Fifth and Sixth Grades – flexible


We are located in the heart of Boyertown. Directions for travel can be found on our Contact Us page.


St. John’s has plenty of off-street parking available. The parking lot is accessible from N. Reading Avenue and N. Walnut Street.

For access to the Sanctuary, you may enter the main doors located on N. Reading Avenue or the side entrance closest to N. Reading Avenue for elevator access (please note, our Sanctuary is located on the second floor).

For access to our church offices, you may enter through the Parish House door, located on N. Reading Avenue, the farthest door to your right when facing the front of the building.

For access to our Preschool, you may enter through the double doors on the side of the building, adjacent to the parking lot.

For access to the Lower Level meeting area, you may enter through the double doors on the side of the building, adjacent to the parking lot.

St Johns Church