Welcome to St. John’s Lutheran Church
St. John’s Lutheran Church seeks to be a place where lives are transformed by God through the work of God’s people and through regular study of scripture and prayer. Whether it is a weekday afternoon or a Sunday morning we are a busy community of faith seeking to serve God in many aspects of our lives. From feeding the hungry to coaching kids on local teams the people of St. John’s seek to serve God by serving others. We also gather often in small group study and fellowship to support each other and to seek God’s will for our lives.
We’d love for you to join us at worship on Sunday or Wednesday or just to stop by.
St. John’s is the red brick building with a bell tower, located on the east side of the street at 129 N. Watertown Street in Johnson Creek, Wisconsin. There is a clickable map at the bottom of the page to help you find us. If your wondering about faith, if your questioning what God may have in store for you, St. John’s is a great place to start. Continue reading…
St. John’s Lutheran Church News
- Rally Sunday September 7th
Enjoy Worship from 9-10 and Sunday School for Pre-k through 6th grade from 10:15 to 11:15
- Worship & Chili Cookoff @ Korth Park in Lake Mills Sunday, September 28th
Come Enjoy Worship with a majestic view @ Korth Park in Lake Mills @ 9AM on Sunday, September 28th Following worship we’ll have a chili cookoff, cupcake competition, and lots of fun for kids on the new playground. Find the park by clicking this link: https://goo.gl/maps/SQ7rq
- Join us for a Hayride and S’mores @ the Dettmann Farm Saturday October 11th
Arrive at 5:30 for the hayride and stay for the bonfire and s’mores to follow. The Dettmann farm is located on County Rd. N just north of Johnson Creek. One wagon will return to cars around 7:30 and the other around 8:30 or 9. Bring supplies for making smores and any other treats you might want to share.
- Stephen Ministry Explained
Enjoy this video of Stephen Ministry Leader Nicole Blakey sharing about what Stephen Ministry is and what this ministry can mean in the life of our congregation and community.