Greetings and Welcome to St. John's Lutheran Church!
We have been in Lakeville since 1914, and have now built a new facility on the north side of 202nd Street across from Aronson Park. You are invited to come and worship with us! Worship at St. John's Church comes alive in the classic, historic tradition of the Lutheran church. In this tradition worship is understood to be an appointment with God. We come into God's presence to hear his word and to share in his supper. God is present in our worship to forgive our sins and strengthen us in faith.
It is the mission of St. John's Church to share the Good News of Jesus Christ and to reach out in his love to all people.
Participants in the ministry of St. John's Church are united in the love of God as we know it through Christ Jesus and are called to service in the world.
St. John's Church serves the greater Lakeville area through a membership of 1,500 baptized believers in Christ.
A Cantata for Christmas by Joseph Martin
Presented by St. John’s Cantata Choir and Orchestra, directed by Debbie Helland
Saturday, December 14, 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, December 15, 4:00 p.m.
Admission is free! An offering will be taken to support the Lakeville Resource Center (our local food shelf)
Painting by David Nyssen
In this painting, the focus is more on the day after the birth of Jesus rather than the night of his birth. It represents the beginning of a new season and a time to move away from the darkness and towards “his star in the east.” “It whispers soft of coming spring and roses in the snow.” It is a time of celebration and must be yelled from the mountain tops for the world to hear. “This is the season...”
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