Mission and Vision
Vision for St. John Lutheran Church: In 5 years, by May 31st, 2023 (the end of the 2022-23 church year),
St. John Lutheran Church has doubled in size. 800 people every week look forward to attending our multi-generational worship services. The services of Word and Sacrament are guided by the four solas of the Reformation, holding on to what is essential in our Lutheran tradition while reaching out to what connects with people in 2023.
St. John Lutheran Church is changing lives by: reaching out to the young families which are moving into the Boerne ISD; assimilating them into our multi-generational church family; connecting parents with “church grandparents” for support, community, and guidance; teaching their children what we believe, why we believe it, and how to it live it in their daily lives; putting members on a pathway which equips them to grow as disciples and make disciples in their families; and serving Jesus through the ministries at St. John, through local ministry partners, and through international mission partners and mission trips.
St. John Lutheran Church has become a model of a healthy and disciple-making church. Church governance is nimble and agile so that decisions are made efficiently and effectively. Pastors are equipping the laity to be servant-leaders of the church’s ministries. St. John Lutheran church is mentoring other churches in the Hill Country to make disciples in their own congregations.
SUNDAY WORSHIP TIMES:
Traditional Worship Service: Sunday morning at 8:00am and 11:00am in the Sanctuary
Praise Worship Service: Sunday morning at 9:30am in the Sanctuary
Sunday School Classes: Sunday morning at 9:30am in the Family Life Center and Education Wing
Whether it’s mentoring youth, participating in the bible studies, or engaging our world through our local, national and global missions’ team, we encourage everyone at St. John Lutheran to be involved with a ministry team. We believe that stewardship is “What you do with what you’ve got.” See our website for a complete listing of our missions and organizations we support.
Getting connected with a group is a great way to be involved in the life of the church. St. John has a variety of groups currently meeting that you are invited to get involved with!
Children, Youth, Adult, Senior, Worship, Music, Fellowship, Care and Support, and Group Ministries are available.
A few specific Ministries are:
> GriefShare seminars and support groups are led by people who understand what you are going through and want to help. You’ll gain access to valuable GriefShare resources to help you recover from your loss and look forward to rebuilding your life. Call the St. John office, 830.249.3651 • Connie Harbers, 512.779.5508 • Barbara Rogers. 210.373.9070, or Visit the GriefShare website for more information: https://www.griefshare.org/
> Mental Illness/Health Support Group: Our mission is to provide support and resources to caregivers, families and those struggling with mental health issues. Contact: Crystal Martinez, 512-788-0810 or email: email@example.com