• Ryan Enright, the organist at St. John’s, will play a recital that combines various organ traditions, entitled "Portraits of the Organ" on Sunday, June 4 at 2:00 pm. In celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation, Enright will play two short chorale preludes by G.F. Kauffmann on "Nun freut euch," a hymn composed by Martin Luther.


  • During Holy Week, I had the joy of working together with a group of our youngest members ages 4 to 16, in service to our community and Lord. Together we explored how to better live God’s love in the world through service to our neighbors, patience with our friends, and grace and kindness to all we come in contact with. 


  • For years, I helped organizations develop strategic plans. Then I stopped. Too many of them were based on problem solving the past, appeasing employee creativity without sincere intent to make changes or simply documenting the CEO’s plans. Then I ran into a new approach called Appreciative Inquiry.  


  • If you haven't already come to the LLL Book Club, you've missed out on over 70 great reads so far. The good news, though, is that we plan to read 70 more, and all are welcome to join! We meet every third Friday of the month at 11:00 am in the church library.


  • For several months, St. John’s has been fine-tuning the administrative team to be able to better accomplish all of the various and sundry tasks and matters that need to happen over and over again to make us the vibrant church we desire to be.


  • St. John's is excited to announce our newest staff member, Rebekah Turnbaugh. Rebekah has been a member of St. John's for several years and joins the staff as our Community Organizer.


  • Summer Camping Trip

    Join your St. John’s family for the annual family camping trip to Sugar Pine Reservoir! Mark your calendars for Friday, June 23 to Sunday, June 25.  Space is limited, so head to stjohnslc.org/yfm to make your reservation today! Questions? Contact Karen Hall-Sandlund or Lance Lewis.