We know church shopping can be stressful and visiting a church for the first time can be hard! That’s why we want to give you the opportunity to learn about St. John’s and even attend a service online before joining us in person.

If you’re not yet ready to attend worship in person, feel free to explore the rest of our website, check out our social media accounts, and tune in on Sunday for our live worship service! If you enjoy what you see, do whatever feels right for you, whether that be visiting us next Sunday or watching online for another month. We love having you join us, whichever way you attend!


We’d love to have you join us on Sunday! Here’s what you can expect:

A Service of Word and Table – 8:15 – 9:00 a.m.

This service offers an abbreviated traditional service of worship that includes the weekly celebration of Holy Communion. Typically a small gathering, it is intimate and reflective in nature.

Sunday School – 9:00 – 10:00 a.m.

In the Wesleyan tradition, St. John’s United Methodist Church offers a graded Sunday School program, with a nursery facility for infants and toddlers and classes for all ages and interests. Classes begin at 9:00 a.m. and end at 10:00 a.m. each Sunday.

Click here to learn more about our Adult Sunday School classes. Our groups typically offer a discussion format, using a variety of resources including video series and book studies to gain new insights into spiritual growth, theology, current Biblical scholarship and Bible studies, and contemporary social issues which may be controversial.


A Service of Word and Music – 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.

This service offers traditional liturgical worship with hymns, prayers of the people, a children’s sermon, scripture lesson, and sermon. Holy Communion is served the first Sunday of each month. Throughout the academic year the Chancel Choir leads the congregation in worship and presents anthems, and the Choral Scholars offer Acts of Praise.


Frequently Asked Questions

A: St. John’s is located at 1501 University Avenue, on the corner of University and 15th. We are right across the street from Texas Tech next to CVS and the Valero station. Once here, you can park in the front or south parking lot and enter through the Narthex or Main Office doors.

A: You can enter through the Narthex using the sanctuary doors. There is a visitor table in the narthex (the small room before the sanctuary) with free bags full of St. John’s items and information.

A: Never! We’ll be happy to have you with us in worship but we won’t ask you to stand up and do a dance.

A: Some people wear shorts and sandals and others come in collared shirts and dresses. You’re welcome to wear whatever you feel comfortable in.

A: Yes! While we encourage children and their families to experience weekly worship services together, we do offer a nursery during the 10:30 a.m. service for young children. To assist children staying in service, we have children’s activity bags full of fun games and activities located in the narthex. During the Sunday school hour, there are classes for each age range. Talk with a staff member on Sunday to learn more.

1. Masks are not required for those who have been vaccinated.

2. Congregation members will be seated with a minimum of 6-feet of space between individuals and/or families in every other pew.

3. An increased number of ushers will assist in the maintenance of space and protocols.

4. An offering plate will not be passed during the service. Instead, members will bring their offering to the front of the sanctuary to place in the offering plate.

5. The sanctuary and restrooms will be sanitized following the service.

6. Bulletins will be available for pick-up in the narthex.

7. A QR code will be available in the narthex for those individuals who prefer to use an electronic version of the bulletin.