Our ministries at St. John's are thriving, and always open to new people and new ideas. Join us for one or all. These ministries help us to remember who we are as a community of faith, and who we are as a people. The groups show the various talents we have in our community, and remind us to be stewards with our gifts to something greater than ourselves. If you are interested in being a part of any or all of our groups, please contact us. We would love to have you in our community.
Bundles of Love Quilters
Our quilting group meets every Tuesday at 10am. If you would like more information, or would like to join, contact the church office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. John's music ministry is an important part of the community. We have a rich history of liturgical music here. Our choir and organ are important parts of our ministry and worship. Click the button below to see more information about our choir and how to join, and our J.W. Walker tracker organ.
Our Altar Guild prepares the altar before every service. If you are interested in aiding preparing the altar for worship, please contact the church office at email@example.com.
We hold prayer services Monday - Thursday at 9:15am in person or on Facebook Live. We also hold monthly services of Compline, a close of day meditative service. Check our events page for updated Compline services. All are welcome.
For pastoral care or support, our priest-in-charge is Fr. David Klutterman. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 715.532.4685.
Feeding Our Communities with United Services is a non-profit organization that houses The Neighborhood Table, Rapids Family Backpacks, and the South Wood Emerging Pantry Shelf (SWEPS). Its goal is to address food insecurity in South Wood County.
A list of community resources in Central Wisconsin for people experiencing homelessness, food insecurity, domestic abuse, or emergency services. Please note: none of these services are for medical emergencies. If you are experiencing a medical or other life-threatening emergency, please call 911.