You are welcome and wanted here. We can't wait to meet you.

Welcome to Waco!

You've chosen a great place to spend your college and young adult years. We know you're going to have a great experience. If you're looking for a church home while you're here, a "home away from home," or a place to explore your faith, St. John is a great place to be involved.

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About our Church

Our faith is 2,000 years old. Our thinking isn't.
We're an inclusive, loving church just 5 or 6 miles from Baylor. We have a rich history of more than 137 years. We worship God: Father, Son, and Spirit while calling each other to service in the world around us. We're a small church, which means you'll be known and loved here. While the music of our worship service leans traditional, our theology and preaching is progressive, asking fresh questions of the Bible, and seeking where God might be leading the Church today. We celebrate an ecumenical and inclusive faith, working with many other denominations and people of faith to join in God's good work in our world. Join us!

What is there for college-aged folks?

Let's be honest, a lot of churches treat their college students like another youth group. That's not really our calling. We want you to be a part of the whole congregation, not in a set-apart clique for your age group. We'd love for you to participate in our worship services, eat at our potlucks, ask questions in our Bible Studies and volunteer with our senior adults, our children, or our choir. You will be appreciated as a young adult here.

That being said, if there is enough interest for a separate college-aged Bible Study or fellowship group, our pastor would be happy to form one, studying any topic you'd like.

What is the United Church of Christ?

We're part of a "uniting" Church formed in 1957 with the merger of the Christian Congregational Churches and the German Evangelical and Reformed Synod. This means we are blessed to claim a distinctive heritage across languages, people, and places. Therefore, taking from the four titles of the traditions which came before us, you might describe us as a mainline American Protestant denomination that is Christian, Congregationally-governed, Evangelical Protestant, and Progressively Reformed in outlook. Our denomination's website can help explain the details.

Inclusion Statement:

We witness to God's love and grace for persons of every race, gender, age, orientation, nationality, ethnicity, marital status, physical or mental ability, political stance, and theological perspective.

In short, you are welcome and wanted here.

Join us for worship, Sundays at 11 AM.

- 100 S. Robinson Drive, Robinson TX 76706 -