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St. John's Lutheran Church, as a family of faith, strives to worship and praise the Lord by hearing and learning God's Word, living it out in service, and spreading it joyfully!
Join us for worship service at 9:00 am each Sunday. All are welcome following service for fellowship time where we enjoy refreshments and conversation during Sunday Fellowship at 10:00 am. Sunday school, forum and confirmation classes are recessed for the summer and will resume in September.
How does an escape room work? As an example, your group finds themselves “locked” in a bedroom. Tom finds a suitcase with a four-letter padlock under the bed. Susie notices a Morse code poster on the wall. Todd finds a key in a glass on the nightstand. The table next to a chair has a book with a bookmark on page 121, but nothing on the page is underlined or marked. The bookmark itself looks like an exclamation point; the dot is red, the line is green with the word "space" printed in purple on the back. Susie locates a locked jewelry box in the lower drawer of the dresser. Todd's key opens it to reveal several rings and necklaces. One necklace is a string of red, green, and purple beads in a seemingly random order. Tom suggests the bookmark is a key for reading the necklace as a Morse code message. Red=dot. Green=dash. Purple=space. True enough, the letters have a purple bead between them. The message reads "sporthorsesplay." Someone suggests football because of the Broncos team. Rather, it turns out to be a 4-letter word needed to open the suitcase. Do you know what it is? And so it goes.
As a fundraiser to send youth to Sugar Creek Bible Camp, St. John’s Lutheran Church in Boscobel with a Thrivent Action Team grant has created an escape experience they are calling “Wayout”. Participants find themselves “locked” in the studio of Carol Lewis which she refers to as “Wonderland”. Carol is an artist, a game enthusiast, and a teacher. Participants are, of course, trespassing and will be arrested, but Carol has left a path for those trapped to let themselves out if they can locate and decipher the clues that she has left for them before the alarm sounds in 60 minutes.
Groups of six or more (ages 12 and up) can call for an appointment (485-3280) at $8.00 per participant. Groups smaller than six are combined to increase their chance of finding their way out. Allow 90 minutes total for introduction, experience, and debrief.
We are registered with the Scrip program which allows members to purchase cards to be used as cash at specific stores. Your purchase power does not change, but the church receives a percentage in exchange for selling said card. Forms and envelopes are available next to the Scrip box before or after church or sent to the church office. Payment (checks made out to St. John’s) must accompany the form. Orders will be submitted the first Monday of each month and cards should be available eight days later. The next order is due on Monday, 05 June.
Food Pantry Donations
There is always a need for donations at our local food pantry, so let's help make sure the shelves stay full! Here are the donation themes for the next few weeks:
07-Baby food and other baby items, esp. diapers
21-Personal care items
28-Paper products and dish soap
11-Soap and cleaning products
18-Breakfast bars and granola products
25-Cooking and baking staples
02-Facial tissue and toilet paper
09-Baby food and other baby items, esp. diapers
23-Personal care items
30-Paper products and dish soap