The Divine Service
Divine Service is the center of our life of faith in Christ. It is
celebrated every Sunday at 9:00 a.m.
The Sacrament of the Altar
is celebrated on odd Sundays of the month and festival days.
“Every life has value because every
life is someone created by God,
redeemed by the blood of Jesus,
and someone He either has called or wants to call into an
eternal relationship with Him.
It doesn’t have to be
- Rev. Dr. James I. Lamb,
former executive director of Lutherans For Life
From Pastor Toensing
Brothers and Sisters in Christ Jesus,
Life. There is nothing like living life. Sure, it can be hustle
bustle at times. It has its challenges. Over time some things
change. We experience all kinds of emotions and situations. But …
life is good. Life is to be lived in the joy of God’s creation and
in His grace.
God made life. God invented it. He gives it. It is His to take
away. Jesus came to save our lives from hell. He came that we might
have good lives now—that is, lives of peace knowing that we have a
Savior who cares for us and wants us to have a good life. Jesus
said, “The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy. I
came that they may have life and have it abundantly” (John
10:10 ESV). (More...)
Member Time & Talent Survey -
Members of St. John, The Evangelism Committee would like to invite
all confirmed members of our congregation to participate in filling
out the newly distributed "Time & Talent Survey". This will help our
congregation when reaching out to grab helping hands for a variety
of tasks and connecting you to service opportunities that are unique
to an individual members' desire and ability to help. (more...)
A calendar has been placed in the entryway of the church
to reserve a date to place flowers on the altar. If you
would like to donate toward flowers, the Ladies’ Aid
Altar Committee will purchase the flowers and place them
on the altar for you. Only live flowers are placed on
the altar. (Flowers will not be placed on the altar
during the seasons of Advent and Lent). If you have
questions please contact LaVonne Nitzel, JoAnn Renner or
The Lutheran Witness
is the flagship magazine of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod.
The Lutheran Witness is a monthly publication (11 issues per year) that offers Synod news, features, columns, Q&A's, and more.
For over 90 years, KFUO has been dedicated to broadcasting the Gospel of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior, to listeners around the globe. You can help take this message to the ends of the earth by tuning in and supporting this ministry.
We can once again send used clothing to Orphan Grain Train. When leaving clothes at the back door, please mark them for either OGT (Orphan Grain Train) or PCM (People's City Mission).
Please consider receiving your monthly newsletter via email or downloaded from our website to conserve and save paper. The bulletin and readings are also available via email the Tuesday after Sunday’s service. Please contact our church secretary,
Christine Hollman at the office to be added to the group email, 402.826.3883. Thank you for going GREEN!
Building Committee Survey -
Committee would like to thank all our members who’ve taken the time
to consider and provide vital information within the earlier
distributed survey in helping form a unified plan when considering
current and future needs for our church facility. If members have
yet to return their survey the committee, they will continue to
collect and document them in through the end of the year. There is a
drop box in the Narthex for this purpose. (Building
Worship services at St. John are scheduled each
Sunday and Wednesday. Sunday morning Communion services are held on the odd numbered weeks each month with non-communion services
held on the even
numbered Sundays. (Seasonally adjusted
- Sunday Morning - 9:00 a.m.
- Wednesday Evening - (Held during
the Advent and Lenten Season - See Calendar during those months
for service times.)
Sunday Bible Class
Join us on Sunday morning at 10:30 a.m. for adult Bible class
where a variety of Christ centered topics are covered.
Jesus Christ brings the Gospel (from older English, "Good-spel,"
"good news") to the world. He announces that in His person the
kingdom of God has come to mankind and that through faith in Him
people might find new and eternal life. He is Himself the Good News,