We Look Forward To Meeting You

We know stepping foot into a new church can be intimidating, we have all been there. We are a friendly welcoming church who would be glad to get to know you. If this page doesn’t address all your questions or concerns, then please click here or simply give us a call.

What's the dress code?

Whether you wear your faith on your sleeve or you aren’t that into sleeves, you’re welcome, here. From suits to whatever you find suitable, we ask simply that you be yourself.


Will there be kids?

Yes! For tiny tots, a supervised Nursery is offered during the service. Kids stay with you for several praise songs then head off to enjoy an experience designed just for them. KidsZone is our amazing children’s ministry for kids age three through fifth grade. Kids begin with group worship then go off to their age-group classes. They’ll play games, learn about Jesus, hang out in small groups, and love every minute, all while learning about God in a way they can understand.


How long is the service?

Our services typically run 60-75 minutes. Once here, you will experience a creative service with engaging music and a message that is relevant to whatever you’re going through. To get a feel for the teaching style, you can check out some of our past sermons.

Where is St. John, exactly?

Located in Hamilton, we’re near the mountain brow at the corner of Queensdale and Upper Gage. Click here and Google will guide you right to our door.

You can always reach us

If you have any other questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Tell us in advance that you’re coming, and we will be sure to welcome you by name.

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Our staff

Mary Seabrook, Worship Coordinator and Music Director for St. John, has a passion for Jesus, and loves to help others experience God in life-changing ways.  Her compassionate leadership, heart of worship and smiling face inspire and encourage everyone who gets to know her. Mary’s sense of excellence in music is supported by her many years’ experience and training.

Joanne Lyne, our Office Administrator, is a long-time member of St. John and Chair of the Communication Team.  Her compassionate heart, love of Jesus and sense of humor coupled with over 15 years Administrative experience brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to this position.  Her passion to be all that God has called her to be, leads her steps in life.  Joanne enjoys spending time with her husband Barry, her family and friends and singing on the praise team.  Her welcoming smile will greet you when you drop into the church office.

Jon Allen, Child & Youth Leader at St. John is a long-time member of our church who enjoys helping children come to know Jesus.  His playful demeanor and experience enables him to easily connect with both the children and youth at St. John. Jon enjoys spending time with his wife Karen and son Keith and is working toward a degree in theology with a focus on children and family ministry through Vanguard College.

Barry Lyne, Property Manager at St. John, is recently retired as Planner for the Maintenance Crew at Arcellor Mittal Dofasco.

“I really do enjoy the camaraderie with the people that come and go with all the programs and ministries we have here at St John.”  Barry Lyne

We welcome Rev. Steve Huntley to St. John as our Supply Minister as we continue our search for a Senior Pastor. Steve has served the church in Australia, B.C., Newfoundland and Ontario. He enjoys “puttering,” hanging out with family, cheering on the Ticats, in addition to playing guitar and golf. He also likes to learn new things about the world and about Jesus; learning never ends.

The Minister of our family at St. John is an integral part of our body, guiding us in the love of Jesus, having a heart for the people, and humble leadership. These qualities inspire the Council, Board and congregation to walk in faith and love amidst life’s joys and challenges.

Steve joins St. John after many years serving and seeking Christ at Ryerson Camp and Leadership Development Camp.  He is pursuing Theological Studies at McMaster Divinity College but can’t sit and read for too long before needing a good bike around town, some kind of game, or an evening of shenanigans with Impact.  He loves deep community, wrestling with questions, a nice meaty pasta, and Jesus.