Adult Ministries

As a Lutheran congregation, we are committed to guiding adults from a Biblical perspective toward Christ-like Discipleship.


Our Vision for Adults:

  • That they will know Jesus Christ.
  • That they will know God’s Word.
  • That they will know themselves and grow in their own spiritual walk.
  • That they are prepared, able, and desire to share the love of Christ with others.
  • That they will demonstrate their faith, as they mature, through good works.

How you can get connected:

  • Attend a Sunday morning class
  • Attend a weekday Bible study
  • Participate in a Friends N Faith Group (FNF)
  • Join us on a Women’s or Men’s Retreat
  • Serve by volunteering to lead or assist in a class, a small group, an FNF group, help out in our church library, and/or by joining one of our retreat teams.

Pastor Mariola Bergquist 830-249-3651 ext 206

Food and FellowshipFOOD AND FELLOWSHIP
8:45am -11am

Join us in the Family Life Center for a light breakfast and great fellowship!

We are currently looking or volunteers to help with our Food and Fellowship on Sunday mornings and Wednesday evenings.

If you are interested in volunteering to host / help with Sunday Breakfasts and/or Wednesday Dinners, please sign up to host a meal or participate in a team to host a meal by clicking teh button below. This includes preparation, serving, and clean up. Thank you in advance for your time and service.

Please contact Amy Townsend for questions and/or assistance:

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9:30am -10:30am Every Sunday:

Our Sunday Bible Studies are held from 9:30am-10:30am every Sunday.

9:30 am “God Talk” Room 117: We talk about God – His character and His promises – as He is revealed through the Bible and manifested in Jesus Christ. Led by Peggy Hoppes

9:30 am “Seekers” Room 216:  Led by Lanne Brehmer.

9:30 am “Logos” Room 118.  Led by Richard Wagner



Men’s Study: 7:00 -8:30 pm, Room 118; led by Matt Olson


Men’s Breakfast: every other week, 6:30 am in Family Life Center


W.O.W. Women’s Bible study; Wednesdays, 9-10:30 am; Room 118. Class led by Michelle Waters.


“Precept”: Women’s study; 9:15-11:15 am; Room 118. led by Pastor Mariola.


Men's Bible Study BookThe Men’s Group will begin a new study using Andy Stanley’s book: How Good Is Good Enough?

August 12 – September 9

Many of us want to believe that our family and friends who have not confessed Christ will be accepted into heaven because they are basically “good people”. In How Good is Good Enough?, Andy Stanley shatters this false belief by reminding us that heaven is not filled with good people, but with people who have recieved God’s grace. This powerful teaching on grace will bring you closer to God and will introduce your family and friends to the heart of the Christian faith.


Meets Mondays 7pm-8:30pm in Room 118 in the Education Wing of St. John


August 12: Chapters 1-3:
1. Everything is Fine, 2. A Dangerous Assumption, 3. God is Great, God is Good
August 19: Chapters 4-6:
4. More Input Needed, 5. Didn’t Mo’ Know?, 6. Grading on the Curve
August 26: Chapters 7-9:
7 Liar, Liar, 8. Bad Guys Finish First, 9. Long Story, Short
September 2: NO MEETING ON 9/2 (LABOR DAY)
September 9: Chapters 10-11:
10. A Question of Fairness, 11. The Fairest of Them All



Women's Monday Night Bible StudyA NEW Monday Night Women’s Bible Study Begins on Monday, September 9th. 

Classes will meet Monday evenings from 6:30pm – 8:00pm
St. John Lutheran Church in Room 216.

This 7-week study will be on the book “Seamless:  Understanding the Bible as One Complete Story” by Angie Smith.

Cost is $15. Child care provided by request.

Please register to save your place.