Archived Events and Information

Archive: New Bible Classes

This is a class designed to explore the GOOD NEWS that God has for us in his Word. As we enjoy growing through the foundational teachings of God’s Word as God wants, our faith, love and life are strengthened. It’s well worth the time. It is also the course designed for those who are interested in becoming members of our church. There is no cost as our cheerful church offerings cover the cost and the cost of the study guide. The next BIC Class will begin on Wednesday, September 9th, 6:30-8:00 p.m. in the church Council Chambers (found across the hall from the office) and will run for 10-11 weeks. If you are interested in attending, please contact the church office (920-261-5959) or Pastor Quinnett ( to register. Let us know if you might need childcare during the classes. As we seek to serve, other arrangements can be made if the classes conflict with your schedule.

Sunday Bible Classes

Adult Sunday Bible Classes will be held in the church after the 7:45 a.m. service, giving time for pew sanitizing before and after Bible Class.A Due to the virus, there will be no refreshments provided. Matt Schultz, the director of the Watertown Recreation & Outreach Center (THE ROC) will give a ROC presentation at the first class on Sept. 13. The pastors will then conduct a six week Bible Class series titled, “Politics Is Driving Me Crazy!” after which Prof. Kobleske will conduct a series titled, “The Christian Heart and God's Law”.

New Wednesday Morning Bible Class

Each Wednesday, beginning September 16th, a morning Bible Study will take place from 10-11 a.m. in the Council Chambers conducted by Loren Lange with the pastors as advisors. The study titled, “A Study of World Religions” will contrast the basic truth of God’s Word with the teachings of some other religions, to help with witnessing to those of other religions. Since “Social Distancing” is going to be hard to retain, all are asked to wear masks. Thank you.

Ladies Bible Class

The Women's Bible Study is starting again in the school cafeteria on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month at 6:30 p.m. We will be studying the New Testament book of Mark. (Please bring a Bible, a pencil, and a notebook if you like taking notes. Mark your calendars for September 9th and 23rd, October 14 and 28, etc. and we'll see how it all works! All are welcome! Please feel free to invite friends who are not members of St. John's.

Archive: St. John's Receives a New Pastor - Nicholas Quinnett

Nicholas Quinnett was assigned from our seminary to be our second full-time pastor. His wife's name is Monica. They have one daughter and are expecting a boy due in September. Pastor Quinnett will begin on July 1st with his ordination/installation to be scheduled around that time. We thank our Lord for His gracious providing of the Quinnett family.

Archive: Rev. Rodney W. Warnecke - December 17, 1959 - March 12, 2020

Rev. Rodney W. Warnecke, 60, of Watertown, passed away peacefully with his family at his side on Thursday, March 12, 2020 at AngelsGrace Hospice in Oconomowoc.

Due to the State mandating group gatherings to under 10 people the previously scheduled visitations and service for Rev. Rodney Warnecke will be private. Please visit the St. John's Worship Video Archive for a recording of the service which was held at 11:00am on Saturday, March 21st.

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