News & Upcoming Events

January 2022

Volunteer Appreciation Event

Sunday, February 20
You're invited! All St. John’s volunteers are invited downtown to the Grace Center at Grace Lutheran Church for Volunteer Appreciation Night from 5:30 – 8:00 p.m. If you volunteered at St. John’s in any way in 2020 or 2021, please plan to attend this evening of food, fellowship, and fun. Click here to RSVP by Monday, February 14.



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Bible Information Class

Beginning Sunday, February 13
Join us in the St. Matthew’s Room at 9:15 a.m. This course provides a general overview of the Bible, touches upon every major Christian doctrine, and supplies a solid understanding of what we confess and believe as a confessional Lutheran Church. Since it provides the foundation for a deeper relationship with God, we encourage both members and non-members to attend. Click here to register to attend.



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Early Learning Center Open House

Sunday, February 6
Parents with two-year-olds or with children who will be 3, 4, or 5 by September 1 are invited to our Open House from 11:30 a.m.- 1:30 p.m. to visit the school and meet our staff. Though this Open House is geared toward families with younger children, it is also the perfect time for potential students in any grade to visit and gather information about St. John’s educational programs. Visit www.sjtosa.org/openhouse to register for a time slot for K2-K5.



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Volunteer Appreciation Event

Sunday, February 20
You're invited! All St. John’s volunteers are invited downtown to the Grace Center at Grace Lutheran Church for Volunteer Appreciation Night from 5:30 – 8:00 p.m. If you volunteered at St. John’s in any way in 2020 or 2021, please plan to attend this evening of food, fellowship, and fun. Click here to RSVP by Monday, February 14.



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Council Project of the Month: Wisconsin Lutheran High School

Help WLHS prepare students for real success and a lifetime of service in our churches and communities. This month’s Council Project will contribute to the WLHS General Fund. To contribute, click here or make checks payable to St. John’s.



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St. John's Support Group

Thursday, January 20
If you or a family member is dealing with cancer or other major health issues, loss and grief, or mental illness, please join us at 7:00 p.m. in the St. Matthew’s Room. We’ll take time to listen to each other, explore helpful spiritual truths, and generally provide assistance and support in a safe setting. Please feel free to bring a friend or neighbor who might benefit from being part of this group. As a result of rising COVID cases, masks are required for all who attend.



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Early Learning Center Open House

Sunday, February 6
Parents with two-year-olds or with children who will be 3, 4, or 5 by September 1 are invited to our Open House from 11:30 a.m.- 1:30 p.m. to visit the school and meet our staff. Though this Open House is geared toward families with younger children, it is also the perfect time for potential students in any grade to visit and gather information about St. John’s educational programs. Visit www.sjtosa.org/openhouse
 to register for a time slot for K2-K5.



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By Scripture Alone 2022

It's not too late to start reading along with us! Join us in 2022 as we read through the Bible in a year. This year's is based on a five-day-per-week schedule, allowing for built-in catch up days on the weekends. Each day consists of three readings: one each from the Old Testament, the New Testament, and from a section of Wisdom Literature. Click here for a reading schedule or pick one up in the church narthex.



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New Bible Study

Beginning Sunday, January 9
Mental health awareness and mental health needs continue to rise. Does God’s Word speak to such challenges? The Christian counseling field is widely dominated by evangelical theology which some would argue leads to bad theology and bad psychology. Some within Lutheran circles have argued that the Lutheran voice has been far too faint in the psychological field. Leaning on the book Making Christian Counseling More Christ Centered by Dr. Rick Marrs, as well as other resources, this Bible study will give us an opportunity to discuss uniquely Lutheran theology and see its application to mental health challenges. Please join us at 9:15 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall for this study led by Pastor Greg Lyon from Wisconsin Lutheran College; click here for class materials and video.



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St. John's Support Group

Thursday, January 20
If you or a family member is dealing with cancer or other major health issues, loss and grief, or mental illness, please join us at 7:00 p.m. in the St. Matthew’s Room. We’ll take time to listen to each other, explore helpful spiritual truths, and generally provide assistance and support in a safe setting. Please feel free to bring a friend or neighbor who might benefit from being part of this group.



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