St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church
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St. John's Lutheran Church
Join us for worship
Thursday at 7:00 p.m.
Sunday at 9:00 a.m.

Bible Class and Sunday School follow our Sunday service
Grow in God's Word
Daily Devotion
» The Answer is Revealed – February 16, 2020
Through My Bible In 3 Years
» Through My Bible Yr 3 – February 16
WELS Together Newsletter:
» First WELS Leadership Conference a success
» Your gifts, God’s blessings 2020
» Announcing WELS Night at Miller Park
Faith Related Q and A
» What is the truth, if any, on this post that is currently making the rounds on Facebook? "In one night, in response to Luther's anti-Semitic sermon, synagogues were burned to the ground and over 2000 Jews were slaughtered." A friend posted this and would like to respond intelligently with what is or isn't true about this, citing historical facts if possible. Thanks.
» Our mother recently passed away. She believed in Jesus as her Savior, so we know her soul is in heaven with Him. We miss her terribly but rejoice for the end of her earthly suffering and the beginning of her eternal joy. Is it inappropriate or otherwise questionable for us to pray to Jesus to let our mom know how much we love her, miss her, and look forward to seeing her again in heaven?
» I understand that as a woman I am not to have authority over men in the church. What I don't understand is why women can't have the same level of education men receive at seminary in order to hold a position in the church to teach and counsel other women. Women in the church are often not comfortable going to a male pastor with questions and life situations that men do not have an understanding of like a woman does. Thank you for your time.
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