Fall Worship Schedule


5:15 pm Worship Service


8:30 am Worship Service

10:45 Worship Service


This Weekend

October 22 - October 23

 2 Samuel 7:1-17

Living in Response to God’s Promises

God’s promise to Abraham & Sarah has been fulfilled through the generations and we are held in that promise still today. Nothing we do can ever compare with God’s faithful, persistent, and loving presence in our lives, yet we live in grateful response to God’s action, seeking to bless the world with all that we are and all that we have. Join us as we look at a few of the ways God has empowered us to make a difference in the lives of others this year.


Adult Education

This week we will continue our “Lutheran Understandings” course by continuing with Theological Foundations of our Lutheran faith. Meet in the library with Pastor Jennifer.





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Upcoming Events


 October 21-22

Beloved Sisters Retreat

October 24

New Member Dinner


October 29

Cookie Decorating

November 5

Holiday Bazaar

For information on any of these events, please contact us here


St John's Preschool

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St. John's Preschool


The Mission of St. John’s Preschool is to foster learning

in a nurturing environment in which our

young children are loved, respected and valued.


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About St. John's Lutheran Church

Visit the About Us page to learn what we're all about - as well as our Pastor, Staff, and Leadership.

You're Always Welcome Here

If you're curious about what a truly nurturing community of believers is like, then you should visit us. We hope to see you soon!

What is the ELCA?

Find out about the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and the history of this wonderful organization by visiting our About the ELCA Page. 


As the opening song to Fiddler on the Roof declares “Tradition!” – it seems to explain much of what we do and why we do it.  It brings our families together at the holidays and other times of the year. It’s why Grandma bakes the pies on Thanksgiving. It’s why we don’t wear white after Labor Day.  In our reading this week from Exodus we hear about why the Passover meal was instituted, not as mere tradition, but an annual reminder that God is a promise maker and a promise keeper. 


Music at our 10:45 service will be in a bluegrass style, be ready for the pickin’ and grinnin’ that will commence as we worship together.

October 22, 2016


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St John's Lutheran Church
20275Davidson Road
Brookfield, WI 53045




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