God has blessed all of us with a unique set of talents. At St. John there’s a place for you to share your talent, whether … Read more »
We’re a congregation that cares. As Christians, we care about others and strive to have a positive impact on other people’s lives. Whether it’s somebody in our congregation, our community or our world, we’re always there in times of need, exuberance and everything in between.
We demonstrate our caring spirit every day. We volunteer. We reach out to charitable organizations. We help sponsor runs, walks and more. Whether it’s painting a house, donating food or raising funds to buy malaria nets for folks in Africa, we help our neighbors in need. Read more about our people and our congregation »
The synod assembly service project for this year is to support the Gathering Place Campus Ministry in Oshkosh. Lutheran Campus Ministry at the Gathering Place is a young adult ministry that offers worship, fellowship and a safe place for students to be themselves as they grow and mature in their faith during their years on campus.
More than just a ministry center, it’s a home away from home where they can meet friends, have a spirit-filled discussion, grab a beverage, enjoy a home-cooked meal and relax. Students, faculty and the community are all welcome to stop in.
To support the ministry, the Green Bay conference is donating paper/office supplies. St. John will be collecting items in a collection box in the narthex through May 15. Requested donation items include:
It’s spring cleaning time at St. John. Join the property and grounds team at 8 a.m. on Saturday, April 16, to beautify the church inside and out. Pizza is scheduled to arrive for lunch at noon. Sign up in the narthex.
The congregation is invited to participate with the kids in a purchasing chicks for $1 each. Just ten little chicks make a big difference to a family! When they are only months old, these chicks begin laying eggs, which make nutritious, protein-rich meals for families who are hungry. The many extra eggs are often enough to enable a family to start a small business by selling them for additional income.
Our goal is to raise $500 so we can help the ELCA provide chicks to families around the world. Thank you for your support!
If you’re interested in becoming a member of St. John, plan to attend our new member class Sunday April 10, 17 and 24 at 9:15 a.m. New members will be received on Sunday May 1. Please call the office at 920-336-1082 to register.
All women are encouraged to join the Women of the World (WoW!) Bible study group for fellowship and conversation. The group meets on the first Tuesday of the month from October to June from 6:30 – 8 p.m. The next meeting is set for April 5. The group is reading 7: An Experimental Mutiny Against Excess by Jen Hatmaker.
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