Welcome to St. John’s Lutheran Church of Schuyler, NE! We are a community of ordinary folks trying to follow the way of Christ in our daily lives. Our ministry is in the middle of an exciting period of change and transformation and renewal, open to the movement of the Spirit in our midst. Please come with us on the journey as our future continues to unfold.
If you are seeking after the God of life, if you are looking for somewhere to belong, if you’re just trying to figure out what it all means, there is a place for you here. Whether you’re a life-long churchgoer, or you haven’t been in a while — or you’ve never been — or you’re still not completely sure about this whole church thing altogether, you are welcome here!
We worship together in person and online every Sunday at 9:30am. You can find us in person on the southwest corner of 9th St. and Denver (a few blocks west of the middle school). You’ll can also find links to our live-stream and other resources on our Virtual Church page. If you are on Facebook, we also encourage you to connect with our group there and like our page.
Covid-19 Response: We have fully and joyfully returned to our in person practice of worship and fellowship together. However, we continue to monitor the situation in our area, mindful of the continued presence of the coronavirus and the mixed vaccination status of our community. We ask that everyone be safe; get vaccinated and boosted if you can, wash your hands and wear a mask or just stay home if you’re feeling sick. Let’s all take care of each other and be well together.
Pastor Day is available in person, over email, text, phone, zoom/google/facetime, and facebook for pastoral care and technical assistance.
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St. John’s is a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA).