Memphis Annual Conference is this Sunday, June 4 through Tuesday, June 6 at Collierville United Methodist Church, and we hope to have a strong St. John's presence at a couple of significant events for our congregation. We'll even give you a lift!
St. John's welcomes everyone.
Our hearts, minds, and doors are open to people of all ages, races, nationalities, sexual orientations, gender identities, theological identities, economic status, disabilities, and sojourn on the way to recovery and wholeness. We are a diverse community whose discipleship to Jesus Christ is demonstrated through our deep commitment to servant ministry.
We live our love for Jesus through servant ministry.
Learn more about who we are and discover the many opportunities for worship, service, and spiritual growth for all ages. We experience God in a multitude of ways here at St. John's and we thrive on active participation in the life of the community!
News From the Corner
Refusing to Be Comforted:
A Methodist Response to Violence in Our Cities
With Bishop Sally Dyck and Bishop Bill McAlilly
February 25, 2017
8:00 am to 12:30 pm
St. John's United Methodist Church
1207 Peabody Ave
St. John's, in collaboration with the Methodist House of Studies at Memphis Theological Seminary, invite you to come for a time of prayerful discernment, discussion, idea sharing, and witness making as we reflect upon the impact of violence on our communities.
We're excited to announce that this year's Fall Festival will be at Shelby Farms' new Heart of the Park! On Oct. 30, join us at the Hyde Lake Picnic Pavillion from 2:00-5:00pm for food, fun, and fellowship!
We'll have all of the Fall feel-good foods, which, of course, includes chilli! In the words of David Letterman, "It's not a competition, it's only an exhibition. Please, no wagering."
We'll provide the hot dogs, veggie dogs, drinks, and chilli fixins'! Please visit the link below to sign up to bring chilli, cornbread, side dishes, desserts, apple cider, or hot chocolate.