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
Make this Christmas extra memorable for your family!
Bring your kids to St John’s Lutheran Church on Saturday, December 4th from 11:00am to 2:30pm for a safe and fun-filled day learning about the true meaning behind the Christmas story.
While you enjoy some much-needed quiet time, we’ll be celebrating the birth of Jesus with Christmas games, music, crafts, snacks and fun! Children ages 3 to 12 are invited to attend. And best of all, this event is FREE!
Registration Form: Click Here
The culture around us so dominates the discussion of truth today that our Christian witness appears to have no credibility left. However, neither isolation nor aggressive culture
warring are adequate solutions.
Instead, churches must equip believers to read and understand the Bible correctly so that they can answer the intellectual, philosophical, and moral challenges they confront in the world. The field of evidential apologetics is a species of Christian evangelism uniquely useful for the Church today.
This basic course on evidential apologetics introduces participants to a useful and encouraging approach to defending the Christian faith and giving a reason for your hope in Jesus Christ.
1. What is the relationship between faith and reason?
2. Are all religions compatible? (Proposition 1)
3. Can we know the truth? (Proposition 2)
4. Can we know the past? (Proposition 3)
5. Can we trust the Bible? (Proposition 4)
6. Does life have meaning? (Proposition 5)
7. What hope do we have? (Proposition 6)
Join us each Sunday morning at 8:15am in November and December for this exciting Bible study .
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).