St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church
(864) 638-6363
(864) 638-8099

Sunday Worship Services
Sunday School: 9:00 am
Fellowship: 10:00 am
Announcements: 10:25 am
Worship Service: 10:30 am

(St. John's Praise Ringers perform at Duke Energy. Pictured are Music Director Marsha Cabbage, Handbell Director Frances Devoe,

Raeyanna Chapman,. Heileigh Chapman, Jean Norton, Jeri Klaren, Elaine Wilson, Marcia Lyle, Tiffany Chapman, Barbara Wilson, Bryce Johnson, and Bill Hill.)

St. John’s is a community committed to worship.

We worship in song. We worship in spirit. We worship in our actions.

We invite you to come worship with us.

Interested in music? Then St. John's would love to have you!

The Chancel Choir, Praise Choir (summer) and Praise Ringers (handbells) are open to those who enjoy singing and playing. Contact Marsha Cabbage, Music Director and Organist, at or (864) 888-1310(H), 723-6519(C).

The Centrality of Worship

Fed with History

by Rev. Frank Honeycutt

Worship assistant schedule: Oct-Dec. 2018

St. John’s music goals:

  1. Have Service Music reflect the Church Season. Soon we will start using Setting Ten for the rest of Pentecost (205 for the Gospel Acclamation, #207 for the Sanctus, a nd #208 following The Lord’s prayer). The tunes are familiar i.e. #205 is the same tune as #533, Unser Herrscher.

  2. Sing the Psalms. We will explore several ways to sing Psalms and the Choir will be our leader as we get used to singing the Psalms once again.

  3. Encourage children, youth, and adults to participate in their own way - either singing, playing an instrument or creating music.

  4. Develop a list of each person’s favorite hymn(s) . Make/sign a list and give to me or put in my mailbox. Bonus points if you have a story to go along with it.

"I will sing a new song to You, O God; upon a harp, an instrument of ten strings, will I offer praises to You.”  Psalm 144: 9

“O come, let us worship and bow down, let us kneel before the Lord our Maker [in reverent praise and supplication].”  Psalm 95: 6

“I urge you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies a living and holy sacrifice, well-pleasing to God, which is your spiritual service of worship." (Rom. 12:1)