Little Wings Childcare Celebrates 10 years

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St. John Lutheran Church has always put an emphasis on children and learning in a Christian environment. In fact, St. John Lutheran School started the day after the first church service in 1852 in a log cabin church and a one-room schoolhouse.  Many things have changed since then, but one thing that remains constant is St. John... Read More

Celebrating Lutheran High School

Paul tells the Thessalonian Christians, "For how can we thank God enough for you, for all the joy we feel because of you before our God?”  This reflects how we feel about you, the members of St. John Lutheran Church, and your support of Lutheran High School.  I’m Monica Wagner, a 1989 graduate of Lutheran High... Read More

Dibs on the Baby

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“Dibs on the baby … he’s ours” was an expression used by Mark Devries, author and youth pastor, as he shared his thoughts with St. John Lutheran at our "Generation to Generation - Planting Oak Trees" event. Mark said this is how we often respond and then fail to follow through with our youth ministry... Read More

Helping Others in Need: Hodge-Daniels Food Pantry

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Any idea what happens to the food you put in the grocery cart in the Commons? The St. John Lutheran Human Care Board distributes the donations to area food pantries, including the Hodge-Daniels Food Pantry run by Emmaus Lutheran Church in the Fountain Square area.     “We serve a wide range of the... Read More

Generation to Generation: Planting Oak Trees

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Investing in the next generation is not an assignment only for people who were hired for the job or even just for people who have "gifts with kids."  Investing in the next generation is a responsibility that belongs to the whole congregation.   Deuteronomy 6:4-9 says, "Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God... Read More


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