Events

St. John's Lutheran Church

​​We will be holding our Annual Fall Dinner and Basket Sale on Sunday, October 27th from

11:00 am - 1:30 pm

                               Menu

Turkey & Ham, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Vegetables, Large Salad Bar, Rolls,   Homemade Desserts & Pies, Beverage

                                Cost

Adults -- $10.00

Ages 6-12  -- $4.00

6 and under Free

CARRY OUTS ARE AVAILABLE

​Join Us for Worship at 9:30 am



​​​SUNDAY WORSHIP SERVICE SCHEDULE

Bible Study - 8:00 am

Church Service with Communion 9:30

Sunday School is held during the church service from September-May, following the children's sermon.


QUILTING NEEDS:


The quilters are always looking for clean FLAT sheets for backing on the quilts (No White), any size, color, pattern and they should be cotton material.

We also need Cotton Flannel Sheets, flat or fitted, in good shape, to use for diapers and baby blankets. 

We still have Large Print -New Living Translation Life Application Study Bibles available at the church.

We will be holding communion at the communion rail on the last Sunday of each month.   


A Caring Bridge Account has been set up for Pastor Roger.  You can go to Caring Bridge, set up an account and type in rogernielsoniola to see the latest updates in his cancer treatment

Volunteer Opportunity:  The Weyauwega Senior Nutrition Site is in desperate need of volunteer drivers.  It would be 1 hour or less.  If interested, please call 920-867-3213. 

  

If you need a basket for the Basket Raffle, there are some near the mailboxes.  A sign up sheet for volunteering to work for the Dinner is at church and also if you wish to bring a specific food item, otherwise one will be assigned.


St. John's will be having a book club starting Thursdays in October at 1:30-3:00.  Janet Beder is the guide for the book and the study will be 6 weeks long.  You will need to commit to reading 3 chapters each week.  The first book is by Debbie Macomber, "One Simple Act - Discovering the Power of Generosity".  Please sign up so we can get enough books.