Thank you for visiting! We have many activities throughout the week — check our calendar or use the menu at the top of the page for information on individual ministries of the church.
March 1; 11:00 AM and 6:30 PM. Meals at Noon and 5:45 PM.
We begin Lent by reflecting on our sin and mortality, but also rejoicing in our hope in Jesus, who died to rescue us from sin and death.
|Lent Midweek Series
Wednesdays, March 8 through April 5; 11:00 AM and 6:30 PM. Meals at Noon and 5:45 PM.
Each Wednesday we reflect on a different word that Jesus spoke from the cross.
April 9; 9:00 AM
Jesus’ grand entrance into Jerusalem, which we celebrate with waving palms and shouts of “Hosanna,” sets the scene for his final acts and words before the crucifixion.
|Holy (Maundy) Thursday
April 13; 11:00 AM and 6:30 PM
On Holy (Maundy) Thursday we celebrate the holy meal, given and shed for us, and remember Jesus’ sacrifice for us.
April 14; 7:00 PM
At our Good Friday service, we somberly reflect on the mystery of the cross, that from a death should flow forgiveness and life.
|New Life Festival
April 15; 10:00 AM
Families, come celebrate the resurrection at Saint John’s at the New Life Festival, featuring live animals, face painting, egg coloring, a bouncy house, bubbles, balloons and — throughout — the great Easter message!
April 16; 6:30 AM
In a special service at the break of dawn we remember God’s saving grace throughout human history, which culminated in the sacrificial gift of Christ Jesus.
April 16; 9:00 AM
It is a day of celebration: Jesus is alive, and if God can raise Jesus from the dead, He can bring life to any situation; He can take away the fear of death.
Our typical Sunday morning schedule:
- 9:00 AM: Divine Service (first, third and fifth Sundays) with Holy Communion or Service of the Word (second and fourth Sundays)
- 10:00 AM: Fellowship Time (Coffee, donuts and conversation in the Large Fellowship Hall)
- 10:30 AM: Bible Study Hour for all ages.
Please join us!
“And He was transfigured before them, and His face shone like the sun, and His clothes became white as light.” Moses and Elijah witnessed the fulfillment of the Old Testament in this Lord Jesus, and the Father testified concerning Him: “This is My beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased; listen to Him!” The disciples, too, were “eyewitnesses of His majesty.” The testimony of apostles of every age are confirmed in the transfiguration. As Peter writes, “We have the prophetic word more fully confirmed, to which you will do well to pay attention as to a lamp shining in a dark place.”
By His own blood, shed on the cross, Jesus makes and seals the new covenant with us. Hence the appearance of the glory of the Lord is no longer “like a devouring fire.” To us, His glory is graciously revealed in His own body. We are like the elders, who went up the mountain with Moses, saw God, and, instead of being destroyed, “ate and drank.” We also behold the Lord our God in Christ Jesus, and we abide with Him as we eat and drink His body and blood at the altar.
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