It's all about the Gospel!
It is our mission to bring Christ's salvation to the people.
Lent Dinner & Taizé Worship on Wednesdays
10am Lent Midday Worship with Preschool followed by coffee and pastries
5pm Dinner in the fellowship hall
6pm Taizé Worship Service in the sanctuary
Anyone is welcome to join us for a free dinner on Wednesdays! It is not required but it is helpful if you sign up for dinner on the clipboard standing in the narthex so we can know how many people to plan on feeding.
2/26: Ash Wednesday 10am & 6pm Service
3/4: Frisque Family Home Cookin' brought to you by Mama Renae Frisque (hot turkey and dressing sandwiches and other fixin's)
3/11: Ruth Guild sponsored Spaghetti Dinner
3/18: Yummy Bones BBQ & Mac
3/25: Bada Bing Pizza
4/1: Piggly Wiggly Deli Sandwiches
What is Taizé?
It is a candlelit prayer service highlighting simple phrases, usually lines from the Psalms or other pieces of scripture, repeated or sung in canon. It includes scripture readings and lasts about 35 minutes. We encourage families to come and bring your kids in pajamas! It is a great way to end the day and get your kids ready for bedtime!
JOY Bible Study
Wednesdays at 10am in the Fellowship Hall*
*We are taking a break for the Lenten season, but you are welcome to join us for the early Lenten service and fellowship (with coffee and snacks) at 10am on Wednesdays! JOY Bible Study will resume April 29th!
Men's Bible Study
Thursdays at 6:15am at Fredonia Family Restaurant
Women's Bible Study
We are currently searching for someone to work with Pastor Frisque to lead a women's bible study! If you are interested please contact Pastor Frisque: 608-449-6243 or email@example.com!
At St. John we strive to hear, follow and proclaim the Good News that God became man in Jesus Christ in order to reconcile the world to Himself through the atoning death and victory proclaiming resurrection of Jesus. By this message of the cross and the empty tomb God draws people to repent of their sin and believe in Jesus for complete salvation from sin and death.
As a community of faith in Christ, we recognize that along with all Christians we are part of the Body of Christ, His Church, and therefore seek to love and nurture and serve one another as members of that body. Along with Christ our Lord, we also love the people of the world, seeking to share the Gospel of salvation with all so that they too may know the peace and power and joy of His redeeming love. We hope you too will soon join us at a service of worship, or give our pastor a call at 262-692-2734 to find out more about our church and what we believe.