ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN SCHOOL
Thank you for your interest in St. John’s Lutheran School; we are a WASC/NLSA accredited PS - 8th grade Christian school that has proudly served families in the Hemet-San Jacinto Valley since 1983. St. John's-Hemet is one of 133 Lutheran schools served by the Pacific-Southwest district of the Lutheran Chruch Missouri Synod; as such, we have access to an array of resources available to our staff and families. It is our privilege to continue offering children in our community an academically rigorous and diverse education, built on the foundation of Christ’s love and encouragement. I would love to talk with you about why St. John's is an excellent educational choice for your family.
Director of Staff & Students
(951) 925-7756 ext. 223
ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH
IT'S ABOUT GRACE!
St. John's is an LCMS Lutheran church that has served the Hemet-San Jacinto Valley for almost 90 years! St. John's Lutheran Ministries is proud to be a part of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS), a mission-oriented, Bible-based, confessional Christian denomination. Lutherans are Christians; believers in Christ Jesus who respond to the love of the Triune God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, revealed in the Word of God, the Bible. The teaching of Martin Luther can be summarized in three phrases: GRACE alone, FAITH alone, SCRIPTURE alone. Every Christian denomination has its unique emphasis within the Body of Christ; for Lutherans, it's GRACE! Please stop by on Suday morning ... we'd love to see you here!
Traditional Service - 8:15am
Adult Bible Study (Wahl Fellowship Hall) - 9:30am
Contemporary Service (Children's Church) - 10:45am
For more information contact the St. John's Ministries office:
(951) 925-7756 ext. 221
ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN MINISTRIES
2018 LENT SERVICES
WEDNESDAY 2/14, 2/21, 2/28, 3/7, 3/14, 3/21
1:00PM & 7:00PM
Lent is not so much a time of “giving things up” as it is a time of “adding things in” to increase our awareness of God’s mercy in Christ Jesus. When Lent leads us to repentance, it isn’t to make us sad or to somehow get God’s attention … it is to increase our awareness of the need for our Savior. It is to strengthen our faith. Part of that strengthening includes a stern preaching of God’s Law, but this is not the real purpose of Lent. Lent is focused on the sacrifice of Jesus Christ for our redemption. If you’re looking for something to give up this Lent, think about giving up an hour or so each week and come to St. John’ s Mid-Week Lenten Service. Don’t do it to make yourself sad; do it for the joy of hearing God’s Word and receiving His gifts. Anticipate the joy of Easter and the saving grace offered to us all through Jesus Christ. That is what Lent is meant for.
~adapted from The Lutheran Witness
If you'd like additional information about St. John's Lutheran Ministries, contact the St. John's Ministries office:
(951) 925-7756 ext. 221