Worship Services are Sunday at 10:45am - Come Worship With Us!

When attending services at St. John’s please follow these recommendations:

  • Wearing a mask is required inside the church.

  • Please refrain from forming group conversations. Keep in mind “social distancing” recommendation of 6 feet.

  • No hand shaking.

  • Please take your bulletin home with you for disposal, used bulletins are not to be left at the church.

  • Hand sanitizer, soap and tissues will be available for use.

  • Remember to limit elevator passengers to family members only.

  • If you do not feel well, please stay home and take care of yourself.

Prayer of the Day:

Gracious and glorious God, you have chosen us as your own, and by the powerful name of Christ you protect us from evil.  By your Spirit transform us and your beloved world, that we may find our joy in your Son, Jesus Christ, our Savior and Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever. AMEN.

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Pastor Ann’s last Service with St. John’s and Fremont Lutheran churches will be May 16th. 

 Please join us for our 10:45am Service to wish her well on her retirement!

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Your contributions to 

St. John’s Lutheran church 

& St. John’s cemetery to meet financial obligations

are very much appreciated!

Prayer Ventures -  May 2021 

These petitions are offered as guides to prayer for the global, social and outreach ministries of the ELCA, as well as for the needs and circumstances of our neighbors, communities and world. 

Thank you for your continued prayers for the life and mission of this church.

Reference:  ELCA.org

16 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity  Set aside time each day this week to join Christians around the world as we pray for unity. Let this year’s theme verse, from the Gospel of John, inspire you: “Abide in my love, and you will bear much fruit.”


17 Give thanks and praise to God that, through the Spirit, we find words to proclaim the good news of Jesus, that all who listen may believe and experience new life, joy and freedom in Christ.


18 Thank God for our special relationship with the United Church of Christ, a full communion partner with the ELCA since 1997. Pray for the church, its members and its leaders, and pray that together we will find strength and new resources for the work of sharing the gospel and serving our neighbor, especially in these uncertain and challenging times.


19 Ask God to renew our self-discipline, patience, empathy, and spirit of community concern and care as we continue to fight the spread of COVID-19 and respond to its impact.


20 Give thanks that, at some point in our lives, the Spirit opened our hearts and minds to the testimony and invitation of our siblings in Christ, that we might be baptized into a new life in Jesus, follow the ways and commandments of God and experience the joy of eternal life.


21 Remember in prayer the leaders, voting members and others gathering online for the assemblies of the Northwestern Minnesota, Texas-Louisiana Gulf Coast and Southeastern Iowa synods, that the Spirit will strengthen, guide and encourage them in choosing leaders, proclaiming the gospel, growing the church, serving our neighbor and doing God’s work in an ever-changing world.


22 Pray for teachers and school staff who continue to adapt to changing education dynamics and requirements because of the pandemic. Ask God to grant them wisdom, creativity, patience, strength and renewed passion for their vocation as they serve students of all ages and abilities.