Come grow in faith with us

We are now offering Worship on the Lawn every Sunday at 11 am. Bring your lawn chair and your mask to enjoy worshipping together safely. This service will also be Live on our Facebook page for those who prefer to worship from home. 

Please see our guidance for staying safe at worship.



We encourage everyone to park behind the church facing it so that you can see the pastors and reader. They will be setup by the wheelchair ramp door. Please make sure you park in ways that enable others to line up next to your vehicle while maintaining proper social distancing. Tune your vehicle radio to 97.9 to hear the service. Windows can be open, but we recommend you stay in your car for the service and continue to follow social distancing guidance. The pastors will sing and invite you to join in as you are able in your own vehicle. A copy of the liturgy will be posted on Facebook by Saturday and is also included with this letter. The service will also be broadcast live on Facebook at 11am Sunday on St John’s Lutheran page for those who prefer to worship from home.




We are delighted to welcome our new pastors! Pastors Carol and Greg Yeager, who come to us from North Carolina. They bring humor, wit, and an ability to connect with their congregants. Music is important aspect of their ministry. Children are welcome, and will enjoy a Children's Sermon every Sunday. Pastor Carol also serves our country as member of the Air Force Reserves. We feel blessed to have them leading St. John's into the future! 

George Archer currently serves as President of Church Council. George has been with St. John's since 2006. He is proud to be an Air Force Brat and graduated from Cheney High School in 1983. George mentors Medical Lake High School Robotics Team and teaches Hunter's Education in the summer. He and his wife have two children and three grandchildren in Medical Lake. George says he serves at St. John's because "The Lord has put it on my heart to serve my community with the talents he has given me." 

Julie Schrum is President of WELCA (Women of the ELCA). She enjoys worshiping and working together with the faithful and fun-loving ladies in our congregation. Julie is excited about her new role as president!

Lara Duranti is our secretary. Lara brings her many talents and experiences gained from her years as a military spouse. She does a fantastic job organizing and running the day-to-day operations of our church. 


We offer several opportunities to learning and fellowship. We hope you can join us!

  • Adult Bible Study: Sunday mornings at 9:30. 

  • Mary Magdalene: The 4th Tuesday of every month at 9:30. We use the Lutheran's women's magazine Gather to guide our learning. 

​​Come join the Quilters (Wednesday at 9:30) and Crafters (2nd and 4th Wednesday at 12:30) to share talents, give back, and make friendships. 

Women of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (WELCA) meets the 1st Tuesday of the month at 1:00. All women are welcome to be a part of our church leadership. We plan church events, missions work, and enjoy fellowship with each other.  


*For the safety of our children and their families, WOW will not be meeting until further notice. We will miss your kids' smiling faces and energy and very much look forward to resume our program in the near future!*

We are excited to introduce Worship Wednesdays starting Feb.5th! Parents are invited to drop off their children (ages preschool-8th grade) at 5:30. Pick up will be at 7:00. Participants will enjoy a light supper and fellowship.  Following fellowship, children will participate in age appropriate Christian Education taught by retired or actively certified teachers. Our classes are filled with crafts, games, and music! Think of it as a mini Vacation Bible School every Wednesday night! Come join us! 

A beautiful and important tradition in our church is bringing the light of the Holy Spirit and the cross to the altar. Middle School and High School students are invited to learn and participate as acolytes during worship services. We are currently looking for middle and high school aged children that would be willing to be a part of this special tradition. 


We are excited to provide an opportunity for friendship and fun with our Women's Book Club! We will be meeting once a month to discuss a book chosen by the group. The books will vary in theme, but focus on women empowerment and interests. We will be sharing light snacks and refreshments. Bring your lawn chair and a mask and join in the fun!

We are excited about July's book selection, Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet. We are scheduled to meet on July 21st at 6:30, but please check back for possible changes. 

 For more information, please contact Shelley Bunch at


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In response to Jesus' words (Matthew 28: 18-20) and in the power and presence of the Holy Spirit, we will reach out into our community and the world with the Gospel.  We will share God's gifts of love and salvation through the teaching and preaching of God's Word, the Sacraments and the living witness of this congregation and each of its members. We will do all this out of love for God and for our neighbors. We pray that God will use us to increase His kingdom, and that we might grow in faith, love and obedience to the Will of God. 



Located in beautiful Medical Lake, St John's Lutheran Church offers congregants an opportunity to participate in a traditional service wrapped in a friendly and welcoming atmosphere. Lutherans teach that we are who we are because of God's grace- that is, God's love for us without our deserving it in any way. That is shown most clearly in the good news that we are saved only through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. All are invited to participate in Communion. We take care of each other here at St. John's. We take care of each other and our community through physical acts and prayerful acts. We believe in the power of prayer. The power of prayer and genuine love for Jesus and his message for us to love each other creates an accepting and welcoming place for all.   



9:00-12:00 M, W, AND F





Martin Luther

"Everything that is done in the world is done by hope"





223 S Hallett St, Medical Lake, WA 99022, USA



(509) 299-4114

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