It is quite evident that such subtleties have originated in the schools, not in the council of the Emperor. But although this sophistry can be very easily refuted; yet, in ...
We Hope You'll Enjoy Your Visit!
At St. John’s, our goal is to share our faith in Christ in ways that are real and relevant to your life. We believe the age old truths of the Bible are especially meaningful today. The worship, music and teachings at St. John’s all work together to explore this ancient mystery and connect the Good News about Jesus to your daily life.
St. John's News
Come As You Are
No matter who you are or what has happened in your past or present, you are welcome at St. John’s. We appreciate and accept all people as the unique miracles God made us to be. Whether you have never been to church, haven’t been in a long time, or have been a follower of Jesus your entire life, you will find you belong here.
The truth is simple:
We are a community of faith, seeking to live by the grace and power of God.
At St. John’s, you will find a place where you can belong and feel at home;
- a place for you to grow and experience the accepting love of God;
- a place where you can find support, encouragement and friendship;
- a place where you can make a difference in your life and have a positive impact on other’s lives.
Lessons in the Lutheran Confessions
Lutherans teach that original sin is actual sin, not merely the inclination to sin. The result is that we are naturally without the fear of God, without trust in God, and with ...
The Church in Rome believed the same thing about God's nature that Lutherans believed. Yet, as we shall soon see, there was much in the Lutheran Confession at Augsburg that ...
The Church in Rome replied to the Lutheran's Augsburg Confession with what is called the Confutation. However, the Lutherans were not permitted to have a copy or to know what ...
We may go about living our lives with good, Christian courage, knowing that we belong to the Lord. He has prepared us for both life and death.
What was in the beginning — even before the beginning — and where did it all come from is the subject of John's and Luther's writings today.