Music is integral part of the Lutheran Service
Our worship is enhanced by the music of the service, whether it is the congregation singing the liturgy, the organ playing the prelude, the choir providing an anthem, the Praise Team leading the Contemporary Service, the Youth Choir adding their joy, Handbells resonating through the church, or enhancements by brass, violin, guitar or flute.  Many talented people add to your worship enjoyment.
Guest Cellist Tim Spahr
Jim Koontz accompanies the Praise Team
Mary Larimer
Organist and Pianist
2013 Choir
Our guest handbell choir, Circle City Ringers,
return annually
The adult choir sings each Sunday and performs in concert.
Rev. Matthew Gruel, former student and member of St. John's with mother, Marilyn Hopper, former teacher at St. John's, member and choir member appear together as part of 150th Anniversary Celebration.  Matt wrote a choir anthem based upon "Psalm 30", dedicated
to the 150th anniversary.
Russ Smith sings, plays sax and guitar, a big contributor to our music.
Bach's Cantata 84
Peggy Coppler, soprano, members of the Peru Community Orchestra, and St. John's choir presented Bach's Cantata 84.

Kevin Hildebrandt of Concordia Seminary
 presents an organ recital
Choir and guests sing at retirement of Choir Director Mary Ash January 13, 2013.
Former teacher and organist,
 Scott Kamman plays for part of
150th Anniversary Celebration.