Let the field exult, and everything in it! Then shall all the trees of the forest sing for joy. Psalm 96:12
Mission Statement: St. John’s Lutheran School provides quality Christ-centered education for the congregation and community to make and equip disciples of Jesus Christ. (Matthew 28:18-20)
- St. John’s Lutheran School exists to declare that the God we worship is our Lord and Savior. We proudly declare and teach that God the Father is our Creator, that God the Son (Jesus) is our Savior and that God the Holy Spirit brings us into faith and keeps us in the one true faith.
- St. John’s Lutheran School brings to each child the knowledge of the world which our God created. We accomplish this by offering the best academic education that we are able with the grace of God as our support. The Bible is the true Word of God and is the standard for our human existence.
- St. John’s Lutheran School, Church and community work together to nurture the intellectual, social, emotional, spiritual, physical, and artistic capabilities of all children.
- The staff of St. John’s Lutheran School believe that all children have the privilege of being taught in a Christ-centered school environment by Christian teachers. It is our philosophy that all staff – whether pastors, teachers, support staff, paraprofessional workers or volunteer workers – work for common goals. These goals are to further Christ’s ministry on earth, to be faithful in worship and Bible study, to be in harmony and unity with each other, to be active in congregational work, and to demonstrate to the church and school that they are examples of Christ’s love.
School chapel services will be held every Wednesday, unless otherwise announced. They will start at 8:30am at church (unless otherwise posted or inclement weather). Everyone is invited to attend these services.
An offering is gathered at each chapel service and is given towards a special mission project designated monthly. The list chosen for this year is named below.
Watch the “Cougar Tracks” for information regarding each chapel for that week. From time to time, there are guest speakers invited to lead the services as well as certain classes.