• 500 years ago, a movement that changed the course of the Church and all of Western Civilization was just beginning to gain steam! The Reformation, as it later came to be called, traces its deepest roots back to Germany - Wittenberg, to be exact, which, at the end of the Middle Ages, was a sleepy University city.


  • Everything we do at St. John’s requires three things: a plan, an invitation and a response. We work hard for our life of faith together to be meaningful. Indeed, our goal is for it to be of the utmost importance! 


  • In October, we observe National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Approximately one in eight women born today in the United States will develop breast cancer at some point. Breast cancer is the second most common form of cancer in women, but it can also occur in men. The good news is that most people can survive breast cancer if it is found and treated early.  


  • Are you tired of running out of money before you run out of month? Are money problems a source of family conflict? What would you do with $1 million and no debts? How outrageously generous could you be without debt consuming so much of your income?   


  • What a wonderfully generous collection of believers that makes up the body of St. John’s Lutheran Church. Thank you and God bless your generosity. Offerings include contributions for flooding in Houston, funding the new windows, the continued commitment to fund our mission and to pay down our remodeling debt.  


  • The first step following a pastor’s departure is to assess the new place in which a congregation finds itself, in order to discern its new leadership and staffing needs. The Council is undertaking this review and feels it is important to examine our ministry needs before rushing any call process.