Upcoming Events

For this week's News & Notes, please click here.

Additional Year End Giving Opportunity - Boiler Replacement Fund

At the December 3 voters’ meeting the decision was made to replace our original existing boiler with a two-unit system as soon as possible. The cost will be approximately $70,000 with an additional amount for asbestos removal. We are hoping to cover the majority of this expense through special gifts from our people, with the remainder coming from undesignated memorials given to our congregation in the past. We provide this information now as an opportunity for special year-end giving. If you would like to contribute, please designate “Boiler Replacement Fund” on an “above and beyond” offering envelope or call the church office for other arrangements.

Keep Reading >>

Christmas Decoration Take-Down (School)

Wednesday, January 2 – Volunteers are needed to help take down and pack away the Christmas decorations at school 9:00 a.m. - noon. Please come when you can for however long you can, but be sure to click here to sign up so we know that we have enough volunteers.                                                                                                                                                              

Keep Reading >>

By Scripture Alone - 2019 Materials Now Available

Begins January 1 – Baking. Shopping. Decorating. Wrapping. It’s easy to get lost in the Christmas preparations and lose sight of what’s truly important: the One who came to this earth as a lowly baby but left in triumphant glory with a promise to return again one day. The old story creates new hope in our hearts each time we read it, and reading it again and again brings us into a closer relationship with the One who is the real reason for the season. Plan to join us for By Scripture Alone in 2019 as we read through the New Testament: from Jesus’ lineage as the true Son of David to his perfect rule in heaven and everything in between. For reading schedules and details click here. Reading schedules are also available in the church narthex.

Keep Reading >>

Council Project - St. John's Help Fund

In Galatians 6:10 God directs us: “Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all people, especially to those who belong to the family of believers.”  For this reason, St. John’s maintains a Help Fund to provide emergency assistance to those within our congregation who find themselves in need due to unforeseen or unplanned circumstances. If you’d like to contribute to this project, please use your green Above & Beyond envelope and check “Council Project.” Checks should be made payable to St. John’s.

Keep Reading >>

Call Meeting

Tuesday, December 11 – Mr. Justin Wiechmann returned our call to serve as fifth grade teacher.  A special voters’ meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. to issue another call for this position.  All voters and interested parties are encouraged to attend.






Keep Reading >>

Annual Electoral Voters' Meeting and Call for Nominations

Monday, December 3 – The annual electoral voters’ meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. All voters and interested parties are encouraged to attend. Congregation members are invited to suggest nominees for the following open positions: Church president, Board of Elders (2 positions open), Boards of Education (1), Discipleship (3), Outreach (2), and Stewardship (1).  Click here to submit nominations or to church president Brian Treichel or one of the pastors. Contact Brian or one of the pastors for more information or with any questions.

Keep Reading >>

Parents' Night Out

Saturday, December 8 - Parents, are you in need of a night out for shopping, dinner, or just a free night to finish things around the house?  We can help by watching your children! Snacks and activities are provided, with a movie to wind down the night. Children can stay from 5:00 – 9:00 pm. or for just a portion of the evening.  This event is free, but donations are gladly accepted to help fund the teen mission trips. We are also in need of teen volunteers. Click here to register your children or to sign up to volunteer.

Keep Reading >>

Food Pantry

Saturday - Sunday, December 1 & 2 – Please consider sharing your blessings via the food pantry collection here at St. John’s. Bring your donations to the church narthex as you enter to worship and help make a difference in the lives of those in the Milwaukee area who are in need of food.

Keep Reading >>

Advent by Candlelight - Registration Now Open!

Sunday, December 2 – Haven’t registered yet? We still have space, and we are still looking for hostesses! Please join us at 1:30 p.m. in the school gymnasium.  If you have 4 or more guests, you are encouraged to host a table. To register, sign up at the table in the narthex, click here, or e-mail Julie Handeland.

Keep Reading >>

WELS Christian Aid & Relief

Church Council Project of the Month - Galatians 6:10 –  “Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all people.”  The Lord is giving us new opportunities to show how much we care by bridging the gospel proclamation with acts of compassion. As we provide for people’s physical needs, we open doors for WELS missionaries to share what they know about our Savior and his good news for their lives. Because of what Christ has freely done for us, we eagerly show we care by offering our time, talents, and treasures to those in need. If you would like to contribute to this month’s Council project, please use your green Above & Beyond envelope and make checks payable to St. John's. Click here for more information about this program. 

Keep Reading >>

View All Posts

Organizing a St. John's event? Click here for an event registration form.