Welcome to St. John Lutheran Church

"'Sharing The Joy Of His News' by growing inward through God's Word, Sacraments and Fellowship; and by growing outward
through words, actions and mission outreach.
" - St. John Lutheran Church (LCMS)


The Sunday Divine Services

The Divine Service is the center of our life of faith in Christ. It is being celebrated each Sunday at 9:00 a.m. May our Lord continue to bless you this week. We'll see you on Sunday!

Parish Services

150th Anniversary Event Update

Fourth Sunday after Pentecost

 

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|4th Sunday after Pentecost Worship Service - June 16, 2024 at 9:00 a.m. |
June 16, 2024 Worship Service Bulletin


Pastor Toensing

A PRAYER FOR FAMILIES: "Dear heavenly Father, we come as your children to praise you for putting us in our family — and in our church family. Thank you for the love and nourishment we receive from the people in whose presence you’ve placed us. We confess our need for your guidance in our families and congregation. Please grant us harmony in our homes and church body. In all situations, help us show love, patience and respect for one another. In your name we pray. Amen."

 

Updated: 6.1.24


 

Vacation Bible School

The date for Vacation Bible School this year will be July 21-25, 2024, from 5:00 p.m.- 7:45 p.m, including Dinner! We’re excited to announce our theme: “Celebrate the Savior”! Register online here...

Updated 6.1.24


 

Worship Services

Worship services at St. John are scheduled each Sunday and Wednesday. Sunday morning Communion services are held on the odd numbered weeks each month with non-communion services held on the even numbered Sundays. (Seasonally adjusted Service Times...)

  • Sunday Morning - 9:00 a.m.
  • Wednesday Evening - (Held during the Advent and Lenten Season - See Calendar during those months for service times.)

 

Sunday Bible Class

Join us on Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m. for adult Bible class where a variety of Christ centered topics are covered.

Jesus Christ brings the Gospel (from older English, "Good-spel," "good news") to the world. He announces that in His person the kingdom of God has come to mankind and that through faith in Him people might find new and eternal life. He is Himself the Good News, or Gospel.