"I tell you, open your eyes
and look at the fields.
They are ripe for harvest."
- Jesus, John 4:35

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The Season of Epiphany 2022

January 6 - February 20

The season of Epiphany

follows the Season of Christmas

and commemorates the appearance of Christ

to the Wise Men and all Gentiles.

comprised of the four Sundays

before the celebration of the birth of Christ

on Christmas Day (December 25th).

The term "advent" comes from the Latin

which means "coming" or "arrival".

Advent then is the season of 

anticipating and preparing for BOTH

the celebration of Christ's birth (past event)

as well as Christ's return in glory (future event).

In this way Advent links Christ's birth

with Christ's triumphant return.

Themes and teachings representative of this season

include the prayers and piety of the faithful

proximate to the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem,

and how we today can prepare for Christ's return.

Another theme of the season is comparing and contrasting

Christ's first coming in humility (as a human baby)

with Christ's return in glory as king to judge

the living and the dead.

Come and worship with us this Advent season!

(Holy Communion is normally served  the first

and third Sundays of the each month.)

Refer to our weekly "In Touch" e-messenger, as well as our monthly newsletter,

TRW, for the most current information regarding worship and ministry at St. John.


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Health and Safety Protocols

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In person Sunday School for all ages

began on September 12th, 2021.

Wednesday Night Mission began September 15th.

Refer to St. John's December newsletter and calendar

for class and event schedule for children and youth

over this holy-day season.

If you have questions, contact

Shannon or John Patrone at sjpatrone@gmail.com

Follow St. John's Youth Group ("The Saints")

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For online Children's Resources,


to print out a lesson and fun activities for kids,

based on each week's Gospel text.

St John Evangelical Lutheran Church

        St. John’s has been discipling individuals, young and old, for over five generations, and we are dedicated now more than ever to helping individuals know and experience the God who made them and loves them. Contact or visit us to learn more about how to become a part of our congregation. You can also click the buttons below to view our newsletter and calendar, as well as highlights from some recent events.

Our Vision

St John’s is a welcoming home

of God-centered believers,

actively growing in faith

through worship and fellowship,

unified in sharing God’s word

through missions and service.

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Our Mission

Our mission is to

share the love of Christ,

grow in faith,

and come together

to worship,

fellowship, and serve.


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