Sunday Worship Service
Sin­gle ser­vice at 9:00 AM
Ascension Sunday
Sun­day, May 28, 9:00 AM
Pentecost
Sun­day, June 4, 9:00 AM
Sunday Worship Service
Sin­gle ser­vice at 9:00 AM
Sun­day Wor­ship Service
Ascen­sion Sunday
Pen­te­cost
Sun­day Wor­ship Service
Open Arms Chris­t­ian Preschool
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A Place of Grace in the Heart of Fort Collins

Thank you for vis­it­ing! We have many activ­i­ties through­out the week — check our cal­en­dar or use the menu at the top of the page for infor­ma­tion on indi­vid­ual min­istries of the church.

“Mighty Fortress” Vaca­tion Bible School
Mon­day, June 5, through Thurs­day, June 8, 9:00 to Noon.

Come join us for a “mighty” week at Saint John’s Mighty Fortress VBS, where chil­dren will learn through Bible lessons, games, crafts and snacks. Chil­dren con­fi­dently cel­e­brate that Jesus, their cham­pion, has power over sin, death and Satan. Because the vic­tory is won, every day is a day to celebrate!

To reg­is­ter, fill out the online form or visit at Saint John’s. For more infor­ma­tion, call 9704825316 or email This email address is being pro­tected from spam­bots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Our typ­i­cal Sun­day morn­ing schedule:

  • 9:00 AM: Divine Ser­vice (first, third and fifth Sun­days) with Holy Com­mu­nion or Ser­vice of the Word (sec­ond and fourth Sundays)
  • 10:00 AM: Fel­low­ship Time (Cof­fee, donuts and con­ver­sa­tion in the Large Fel­low­ship Hall)
  • 10:30 AM: Bible Study Hour for all ages.

Please join us!

This Sun­day

After He rose from the dead, Jesus pre­sented Him­self alive to the Apos­tles, appear­ing to them and con­tin­u­ing to teach them about the king­dom of God. These vis­its came over the course of forty days, until the time arrived for Him to ascend to the right hand of the Father. Though the Gospel of Luke ends with Christ’s ascen­sion, the book of Acts, St. Luke’s con­tin­u­ing account to Theophilus, opens with it. The Ascen­sion is not the end of the story! Just as He promised, Jesus would not leave His peo­ple as orphans, but would come to them in a greater way. There­fore, Jesus tells the dis­ci­ples to wait for the Holy Spirit, who would clothe them with “power from on high.

A cloud took Him out of their sight,” but Jesus remains with His peo­ple through His Gospel and Sacra­ments. He comes to us in the Word, by the promise of His Father and the power of the Holy Spirit, whom He pours out upon “the church, which is His body.” We bless God and wor­ship Christ with joy, for He blesses us with for­give­ness, lifts us up in His hands, and seats us with Him­self “in the heav­enly realms.

Pas­tor Nettleton’s mes­sage (mp3)

Down­load the bul­letin (pdf)