Worship Schedule



St. John's is working to return to our more regular schedule as the spread of the coronavirus has brought restrictions on gathering together in public spaces. It is likely to remain this way through the summer schedule (July 1-September 6, 2020).

As of Wednesday, July 29, 2020, in keeping with an ordinance put in place for the city of Racine, face masks are required for all those who come into the sanctuary for a worship service, except those who have a medical reason that prevents them from wearing one.

Our service times are as follows:

Wednesday - 6:00 pm

Sunday - 7:45 am

Sunday - 9:00 am

Please continue to reserve a space for whatever in-person service you would like to attend by using the online sign up that is emailed each week or contacting Kimberly in the church office.

All of our services will also be broadcast on 90.3 FM for those who would like to listen along in their vehicles from the parking lot. The sermon and a hymn will continue to be recorded each week and published on YouTube.

Private communion services for individuals and families will continue to be offered each week on Monday afternoon and Tuesday evening upon request. Please contact Pastor Gilbert or sign up online to attend.

At this time there is no in-person Bible Class or Sunday School.

The best way to stay up to date on the worship schedule and any other information regarding St. John's is to watch the daily devotion videos that are available through our YouTube channel:


If you have questions, are in need of assistance, or are in need of emergency pastoral care, please call the church office (262-637-7011) or Pastor Gilbert (262-822-4802)

May God have mercy on this world and bring His relief quickly, and may we keep our eyes on Jesus Christ, the author and perfecter of our faith (Hebrews 12:2).


There is no better place for a sinful person to be than in worship receiving what God brings us in His Word!

The worship services at St. John's make use of the liturgy and hymnody as found our synod's hymnal, Lutheran Service Book. Aided by music from the Senior Choir, Children's Choir, Cherub Choir, Handbell Choir, and our remarkable Schlicker organ consisting of 50 ranks and 2,666 pipes, it is a wonderful church in which to receive God's good gifts of Word and sacrament each week!

Please join us!


Note: Holy Communion is celebrated as a part of our service every Sunday during the 7:45 am service and on the 2nd, 4th, and 5th Sundays of the month during the 10:45 am service. This sacrament is for those who hold to our public confession of faith and are communicant members in good standing of a congregation of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod or a church body in fellowship with the LCMS.

Our pastors work to be available to greet any guests before the start of our services, so please speak with one of them if you are a first time visitor and would like to receive Holy Communion.