Welcome to the Lutheran Church of St. John
Join us for Worship, Sunday School and Bible class!
Sunday Worship - 8:00 a.m. - Traditional Service
Adult Bible Class and Sunday School - 9:30 a.m.
Sunday Worship - 10:30 a.m. - Contemporary Service
Sunday Morning Oasis
SUNDAY MORNING BIBLE CLASS begins at 9:30 am in the Oasis. In September we began a study of different religions and denominations. If you have every had questions about what others believe this is a great opportunity to find out. Grab some coffee and/or donut/treat at the Connection Point Café and join us.
We are all called to “FOLLOW” Jesus. But what does that mean and what does that look like. On September 17 we will start to explore the answers in the sermon and small group series. After hearing the message on Sunday you will be invited to follow us deeper by being part of one of the small groups that meets throughout the week. Plan now to be part of this exciting opportunity.
SMALL GROUP BIBLE STUDIES
There are lots of things we follow in life – Facebook, a blog, the stock market, in someone’s footsteps, or our favorite team. But there is only ONE we are all called to follow. You are invited to join us as we take a look at what it means to follow Jesus and what that looks like in our lives. We will kick it off with worship on September 17 and then dig deeper in the small groups that follow. We hope you can join us.
CHILDREN - COME JOIN US FOR SUNDAY SCHOOL
9:30am in the DISCOVERY DEN
GOD VIEW: THE CONNECTION BETWEEN GRATITUDE AND GOD’S CHARACTER, AS SHOWN THROUGH GOD’S BIG STORY
Have you ever paused to think about everything God has done for you? He created a planet that’s perfectly suited for otters and ostriches and you. Then, He sent His Son, Jesus, to that planet to die and be raised to life so He could have a forever relationship with you. Through the month, we’ll help kids refocus on all that God has done for them. Because when you know what God has done for you,
YOU CAN BE THANKFUL—ALWAYS.
The Wednesday evening worship service begins at 6:00 pm in the Oasis.
This will be a casual worship about 40 minutes in length. There will be a different sermon from what you hear on Sunday morning. Child care will be available for younger kids. If you can’t be with us on a Sunday or are looking for a different worship option conisider coming by.
Like plants that draw nourishments through their roots, the roots of our faith draw the strength we need from God’s Word. Rooted is an 8-week class that strengthens those roots by reviewing the basic teachings of our faith. Our class began on Thursday, September 21 at 6 pm. Anyone interested in learning more is invited to come and at the end of the class those interested in membership will have an opportunity to join the church.
Come Celebrate the
500th Anniversary of the Reformation
Sunday, October 29th, 3:17pm at St. James Lutheran Church
There will be a joint worship service of the Quincy circuit churches hosted by St. James Lutheran Church. The service will be on Sunday, October 29 at 3:17 pm. (In military time that is 1517, the year the Reformation started!) Worship will include a message from Pastor Mike Burdick, a joint choir from all circuit churches and a celebration of the Lord’s Supper.
The offering collected at the worship will be divided between the Wittenberg Project, which shares the Gospel in the very place the Reformation began, and LCMS Disaster Relief as they seek to help families rebuild from the disastrous hurricanes.
Following worship there will be a meal, at approximately 5:00 pm. PLEASE sign up with how many will be attending, and what hot side dish that you will be bringing to share, by October 15th, in order to plan for enough meat.