Yes...it is that time! Rock the Block Oshkosh begins on May 10th in the Midtown Neighborhood. The two-week event dates are: Tuesday/Thursday, May 10th & 12th and May 17th & 19th with rain dates scheduled for May 24th & 26th if needed. St. John's is the host site for volunteer registration, parking, distributions, etc.
As there is a significant amount of road construction occurring around the church, please enter the parking lot at the Main Street entrance. Participants should enter the church building through the North Door (such will be clearly marked). Restrooms will be open throughout the day at the church for volunteers.
Volunteers are still needed. Please use the link below to register or indicate your interest to Elizabeth Last at firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. John's is excited to be a part of the Midtown Neighborhood Association and this community event. May God bless us to be the hands and feet of Christ in service to our neighbors.
Please be advised that Lincoln Avenue is currently under construction. The project is estimated to take three to five months. Access to our parking lots is from the Main Street Entrance. Additional photos will be posted as the project progresses.
On Sunday, July 5th, St. John's officially re-opened for in-person worship. It is our priority to provide a sanctuary that is safe and accessible. Our safety protocols are continually monitored. Please find details regarding how we are keeping people safe below.
808 N. Main Street Oshkosh, Wisconsin 54901
Church Office Hours: Tuesday 9am - 2pm email@example.com
The following protocols are currently in place to keep our congregants and visitors safe.
"...[the angels] said to them, “Why do you look for the living among the dead? He is not here, but has risen. Remember how he told you, while he was still in Galilee, that the Son of Man must be handed over to sinners, and be crucified, and on the third day rise again.” Luke 24:5b-7
Lord, the Risen Savior, we lift our hearts to you. Your victory over sin, death and the grave is our victory. Thank you for your redemptive sacrifice and love. Amen.
Within these walls you will find gospel-based worship services, incorporating traditional liturgy and hymns with sermons that serve to refresh and restore. You will also find a friendly, welcoming and diverse membership. We may come from different walks of life but we all share our faith in Christ, and a desire to live in his example.
On any given Sunday, you will find: