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Welcome to St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church. We are a Confessional Lutheran Church within the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS).


COVID Update

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/ Sunday School- 8:15AM

Sunday Morning Worship Service- 9:30AM

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Midweek Lenten and
Holy Week

Ash Wednesday, February 22nd- 6:00PM
His Final Steps Led to a Fig Tree

Wednesday, March 1st- 6:00PM
His Final Steps Led to His Father's House

Wednesday, March 8th- 6:00PM
His Final Steps Led to a Dinner Celebration

Wednesday, March 15th- 6:00PM
His Final Steps Led to a Tomb

Wednesday, March 22nd- 6:00PM
His Final Steps Led to His Enemies

Wednesday, March 29th- 6:00PM
His Final Steps Led to Some Greeks

Maundy Thursday, April 6th- 7:00PM
His Final Steps Led to the Upper Room

Good Friday, April 7th- 8:00PM
The Perfect Sacrifice

Easter Sunday, April 9th- 7:00AM & 9:30AM
He Lives!


Easter 4 Kids
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Our Mission

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).


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