Welcome to St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church. We are a Confessional Lutheran Church within the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS).
We at St. John's are keeping up to date on the developments concerning COVID-19. While the most recent restrictions do not directly effect religious gatherings, we ask you to follow the guidelines currently in place:
- Stay Home When sick.
- Stay at least 6 feet apart from other people.
- Wear face coverings in indoor businesses and Public Spaces.
- Wash Hands often.
- Cover Mouth and Nose when Coughing/ Sneezing.
Worship Service Times
Adult Bible Study- 8:30AM
Children's Sunday School- 8:30AM
Sunday Morning Worship Service- 9:30AM
We are in the season of the Church called Epiphany, a Greek word that means "to appear." Salvation has appeared in the person of Jesus Christ. In Epiphany, the Bible lessons for this season “reveal” the actions and character of Jesus so God can be clearly seen.
God is not only beyond our understanding, his works and his ways are contrary to humanity's natural assumptions about him. In other words, the truth about God cannot possibly be discovered by us. Rather, it needs to be unwrapped for us. That's what the Spirit is doing for us during this season of Epiphany. Week after week, we will be surprised by the gifts we have through the Epiphany of Jesus.
Join us as we unwrap surprising truths about Jesus our King and life in his kingdom.
Unwrapped: An Epiphany Worship Series from January 9 through February 27
On Sunday, January 2nd we begin a study of the Book of Ecclesiastes. Though written many centuries ago, this book of biblical wisdom applies very well to some of the struggles and concerns we face today.
Join us each Sunday at 8:15am for Ecclesiastes: Keys to a Meaningful Life
The continuing purpose of this congregation, as a gathering of Christians, is to serve all people in God’s world with the gospel of Jesus Christ on the basis of the Holy Scriptures (Matthew 28:18-20).
The primary objectives of this congregation shall be:
- To proclaim the law and the gospel, to lead sinners to repentance and faith in Jesus Christ for life and salvation (2 Timothy 4:2; Luke 24:26-48).
- To strengthen believers in faith and sanctification through the means of grace (Romans 10: 17).
- To equip believers as disciples, stewards and witnesses for sharing the gospel of Jesus with our fellow men (Ephesians-4: 11-12).