“Faith is a divine work in us. It changes us and makes us to be born anew of God (John 1). It kills the old Adam and makes altogether different people, in heart and spirit and mind and powers, and it brings with it the Holy Spirit. Oh, it is a living, busy, active, mighty thing, this faith.” - Martin Luther
St. John’s Lutheran School provides an education for the whole person.
Not only do we provide an education for the mind, but also for the body and soul. Our faith runs throughout our entire program, as we strive to deepen our students’ knowledge of God and to strengthen their relationships with him.
Throughout our days at St. John’s, students engage with God’s Word, offer him prayer and praise, and learn to live out their faith in a life of devotion and service to one another. This holistic approach to education and spiritual formation sets St. John’s Lutheran School apart.
The center of our spiritual life together is weekly chapel.
Every Wednesday our student body gathers together in our sanctuary to hear God’s Word and to respond in prayer and praise. Chapel is led by our pastor, our teachers, our students, and guests from other churches and missions. By worshiping together, we learn to fix our eyes on Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith (Hebrews 12:1–2).
The holistic approach to education and spiritual formation sets St. John’s Lutheran School apart.