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Archive: 2nd Quarter Adult Bible Studies - November-December 2013

November Sunday morning Bible studies are entitled “Where They Walked” by Pastor Eugene Kock from 9:10-10:10 a.m. in the school cafeteria (Nov. 3, 10, 17, 24). Everyone enjoys a vacation of traveling to new and exciting places. Many stops include museum visits and educational venues that give the traveler a greater appreciation of the people and places of the region. Where They Walked is designed to give you greater knowledge and understanding of the land of the Bible. The four cities (Jericho, Bethlehem, Nazareth and Capernaum) in this course are filled with rich biblical history and powerful insights into the Scripture.

Pastor Eugene Kock is a retired pastor who has led numerous trips to the Holy Land. His love and respect for this region is evident as he takes you into a fascinating study of the archeology, people, and architecture of these cities. He then leads you into the Scriptures where you discover the significance that these cities played in the Bible.

“Then Jesus made his way through the towns and villages.” Luke 13:22

Our Tuesday (7:30 p.m.) and Wednesday (10:00 a.m.) Bible studies are entitled “The Gospel in the Psalms.” God’s Old Testament believers used the psalms to pray to God. They asked for many things, but chief among them was that God would bless His people through the King, the Messiah. Since their prayers centered on their Savior, we can expect to find in them a clear understanding of the gospel of forgiveness. These classes will begin November 5/6 and run through December 17/18.

Come and be encouraged in our study of God’s Word together.

Archive: Koine in Worship - October 26 & 27, 2013

Koiné, a WELS Christian musical group, will be playing and singing for our three worship services at St. John’s on October 26th and 27th. A freewill offering will be received to help fund their music ministry.

Koiné's humble roots originate in the heartland of America, in a city known for its rich German history, its famous barley and hops, and many festivals - Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It's here that five unique artists, each with their own talents and abilities, came together in 2003 to put a new twist on traditional, Christian music. Staring at each other, blankly, with their instruments in one hand and their hymnals in the other, Koiné set about reinventing the way we listen to hymns.

Archive: Bible Classes and Sunday School Starting September 8th

Prof. Roger Kobleske will start Sunday morning Bible class on September 8 in the school cafeteria. “Kings of Judah” is the study of the Bible which will cover topics such as war, suicide and polygamy.

Pastor Warnecke will have Tuesday 7:30 pm and Wednesday 10 am Bible classes starting September 10 & 11.
Please plan to attend at least one Bible class to encourage and strengthen your faith in our Savior God.
Sunday School classes begin on Sunday, September 8 from 9:10-10:10 a.m. in the church basement for ages 3 years through 6th grade. If you have not registered your child by phone or by registration form, please bring your child on Sundays and sign-up that morning and call the church office to register by phone to Pastor Warnecke. We would like to have our children register so we can have enough materials for everyone on Sunday mornings. Sunday School classes are encouraged for all of our St. John’s children in the ages above.
Note: there is a nursery for children ages 0-3 years in the Daycare room at school for children not old enough to attend Sunday School. You are asked to call the church office to register your child for this nursery service. Note also that there are coffee, juice, milk and donuts in the cafeteria after the first worship service and before our classes begin every Sunday morning. Please send your children to continue their study of God’s Word and attend Adult Bible Class for the same reason. It is a great way to strengthen our faith as members of this family of believers here at St. John’s. There is no cost for any of these classes. There is a freewill offering at both to cover the cost of materials.
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