Social Distance Worship

St. Johns is practicing “social distance worship” on Sundays at the 9 AM and 11 AM worship services. We will continue to offer online worship.


St. Johns will live stream both our 9 AM and 11 AM worship services. Please visit “online worship” in the menu above for videos and resources.


-Families sit together

-Masks are encouraged (St. Johns can provide.)

-Green marks are on the floor at every 2 feet

-Social distance is 4 marks (6 feet)

-Avoid handshakes and hugs (we love you enough to stay away!)

-Hand sanitizer is at each door

-6 person per pew maximum

-100 people sanctuary maximum

-Fellowship Hall is for overflow

Sunday School Classes

Classes will begin on June 7th

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our history

Our story begins in the summer of 1922 when the President was Warren G. Harding, the Vice President was Calvin Coolidge and the population of the United States was 110,049,000. The Presbyterian neighbors of St. Johns Park organized a Sunday afternoon Sunday school. The Springfield Presbyterian Church, (no longer in existence) helped to establish our new congregation. There was such enthusiastic support, that in less than a year, the property at Melrose and Fair Streets was acquired, and it soon became the St. Johns Park Chapel. Seventy-eight members went on the rolls as charter members on June 16, 1929. St. Johns continues to offer a vital ministry for Riverside, Ortega, Avondale, and beyond.

our vision

Our vision is Connect with Christ, Church and Community. When we come together to worship, we desire to “Connect” with Christ which is done in our two different of styles of worship on Sunday morning. Both our 9 AM and 11 AM services run about 60 minutes and are dismissed with prayer and a blessing. If you have a prayer request, please fill out a connection card and place it in the offering plate as it is passed, and our prayer team will pray for your request.