Worship at St. John's Sunday at 10:00 am including Holy Communion and music by the choir followed by fellowship and donuts!
Easter season continues with Sunday worship services at 10:00 am. Every Sunday includes Holy Communion and celebratory music followed by fellowship and donuts!
Sunday School for 3-year olds through 5th grade is at 9:15-9:45 AM. Nursery care is available during worship services. Confirmation classes for 6-8th grades are on Wednesdays at 5:00 PM. TRUST Youth gather about once a month. Welcome the children in worship!
Caritas performs Saturday, April 21 at St. John’s Lutheran Church. Dinner is served at 5:00 pm in Fellowship Hall followed by the Concert at 6:00 pm benefitting TRUST Parish Nursing. $25 for concert and dinner tickets. Concert only - $15 general, $10 for students & seniors. Call 612-827-6159 or email email@example.com for dinner reservations. MENU – Salad, Something Italian, French Bread, Dessert Caritas Vocal Ensemble is a 10-person a cappella choral group with a passion for singing and a desire to change the world through their benefit concerts. You'll enjoy amazing vocal harmonies through their music, while raising money for an important cause. www.caritasvocalensemble.org
Missionary Circle would like to thank the congregation for the Tall Tower of Towels! Bea Hasselmann delivered 118 towels to a homeless shelter. The Circle will meet again at noon on Wednesday June 6 at Nokomis Square (Marj Sethna's residence) for a potluck lunch. All are welcome!
On Thursday, February 22 at 11:30 a.m., Worship Dialogue will meet at St. John’s with Andrew Howard, member of the Genesis Community of Minneapolis, presenting the topic, “Intentional Christian Community: A Different Way of Life.” Anyone interested is welcome; bring a bag lunch if you like.
Dear Families of St. John’s Lutheran Church: Grandparents and other loved ones are very important in children’s lives, and we are celebrating a week just for them. Our school’s Grand Event Week recognizes the important role this audience can play in a child’s education. Because learning to read is the most important skill a child can learn, we’ve scheduled a special time for grandparents and other loved ones to celebrate reading during our Scholastic Book Fair. Book Fairs have always been about families and reading. We ask you, your families, and any grands or other loved ones to visit our [...]
During Lent come to worship at St. John's when each Sunday is a little Easter! The Sunday service begins at 10:00 am and includes Communion. You are invited to stay for fellowship and donuts! See The Messenger for details.
On Wednesdays in Lent: March 21 come to Fellowship Hall for a meal anytime from 5:00 to 5:45 pm. Then come to the St. John's Chapel for worship from 6:00 to 6:30 pm.
Wednesday at 6:35 p.m. 21 and Thursday, March 22 at 10 a.m.: Discussion will be based on “My Neighbor Is Not for Sale,” a resource of Lutheran Social Services/ Cherish All Children, exploring how the Bible and our baptismal promises inform our response as Christians to the exploitation of vulnerable children and youth in our communities.