Archived Events and Information

Archive: New Bible Classes Begin in September

St. John's would like to invite everyone to attend our new Bible classes and Sunday School beginning in September. Three different classes are offered throughout the week.  The first class begins on September 4th. Sunday School begins September 9th.

Our Sunday Bible class begins at 9:10am, after a coffee and donuts fellowship time. The topic for this quarter is A Brief Intro to the Lutheran Confessions. This class will be led by Pastor John Boehringer.

3 year olds through 6th grade meet for Sunday School in the church basement from 9:10-10:10am.  A nursery is held in the Day Care room at school for very young children for parents attending Bible Class.

Our Tuesday night Bible class is held at 7:30pm. The topic will be The Life of David.  This class will be led by Pastor Rodney Warnecke.

Our Wednesday morning Bible class is held at 10:00am.  The topic will be From the Time of the Kings - Evertything You Didn't Know.  This class will be led by Pastor John Boehringer.

Read more for descriptions of each class.

Archive: Back in the Swing of Things - Observer Message - August 2012

Summer…. Ah, summer! It is a time to relax, to change your daily schedule to a slower pace, to be with family in a vacation setting and to be with friends just for the pleasure of it. If you remember the words of that Nat King Cole song “Those lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer”, you know where of I speak. Summer’s conclusion is a time to change gears even for those who didn’t have 3 months off from school. It is time for parents and children to ‘get back into the swing of things’.

Archive: 2012 Annual Church Picnic

On June 10, 2012 we will celebrate our Savior's love outdoors at Riverside Park.

The worship service will be at 10:00am. Prior to that there will be some refreshments.

After the service, everyone is encouraged to stay and enjoy a time to share in the food and fellowship of our congregation.

There will be games and activities for the pre-schoolers, for the school children hosted by the teens, and for the adults.

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