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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.

Palm Sunday
April 14; 9:00 AM
Jesus' grand entrance into Jerusalem, which we celebrate with waving palms and shouts of “Hosanna,” sets the scene for his final acts and words before the crucifixion.
Holy (Maundy) Thursday
April 18; 11:00 AM and 7:00 PM
On Holy (Maundy) Thursday we celebrate the holy meal, given and shed for us, and remember Jesus' sacrifice for us.
Good Friday
April 19; 7:00 PM
At our Good Friday service, we somberly reflect on the mystery of the cross, that from a death should flow forgiveness and life.
New Life Festival
April 20; 10:00 AM
Families, come celebrate the resurrection at Saint John's at the New Life Festival, featuring live animals, face painting, egg coloring, a bouncy house, bubbles, balloons and—throughout—the great Easter message!
Easter Sunrise
April 21; 6:30 AM
In a special service at the break of dawn we remember God's saving grace throughout human history, which culminated in the sacrificial gift of Christ Jesus and His resurrection from the grave.
Easter Festival
April 21; 9:00 AM
It is a day of celebration: Jesus is alive, and if God can raise Jesus from the dead, He can bring life to any situation; He can take away the fear of death.

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

Today, we once again hear the story of Christ’s victory over death. We believe the glorious news that “He has risen! He is not here.” The women at Jesus’ tomb and the disciples heard this and were afraid and confused. It’s no wonder: Isaiah tells us that the entire fallen world is veiled in a shroud—as for a funeral—“spread over all nations” and “cast over all peoples.

But Christ’s crucified and risen body and blood are given and poured out for all people as “a feast of rich food, a feast of well-aged wine”—a feast we enter through Holy Baptism. In this sacrament we were buried with Jesus and raised up with Him dressed in a white robe of His perfect righteousness. The Lord of hosts, the incarnate Son, Jesus Christ, has defeated death, removing its terrible pall and swallowing it up forever. Now He wipes away the tears from our faces, and He invites us to “a href="https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Isaiah%2025:9&version=ESV">be glad and rejoice in His salvation.” “So we preach,” writes Paul, “and so you believed.” On this good news we stand, and by this gospel we are saved!

Pastor Nettleton's message (mp3)

Download the bulletin (Festival) (pdf)

Download the bulletin (Sunrise) (pdf)