Who We Are?

 

We are all here because the Lord loves us unfathomably, cherishes us continuously, and has saved us everlastingly. We have come to thank and praise Him for this wonder and to grow in His grace and in the knowledge of Jesus Christ and to deepen our trust in Him.

To Our Guests

We pray God’s blessings, extend a warm welcome, and encourage you, especially if you seek a church home, to consider how the Lord might desire to bless you and use your gifts and talents to be a blessing to many through this family of His named St. John Lutheran Church.

We believe, teach, and confess the Lord’s Supper is:
It is the true body and blood of our Lord Jesus Christ under the bread and wine, instituted by Christ Himself for us Christians to eat and to drink for the forgiveness of sin, salvation, and eternal life.

We cordially invite everyone to join us for coffee and fellowship after each worship service.

Our worship services are; A Contemporary Worship service on Saturday night at 5:00 pm and two Blended Worship services at 8:30 am and 11 am on Sundays with Bible Study between the two Sunday services.

About Pastor Randy

Pastor Randy Johnson is a second career pastor who in his previous life was a refrigeration and heating mechanic, served in the Navy, was an EMT, truck driver, auto mechanic, and managed a Holiday gas station. Pastor Randy graduated from Concordia University St. Paul, MN in 1997 and Concordia Seminary St. Louis, MO in 2002 and was called to serve at Mount Hope Lutheran Church in Allen Park, MI. He served there for seven and a half years before accepting the call to start a mission church in New Buffalo, MI. He left New Buffalo in July of 2013 to become pastor of St. John Lutheran Church Cheboygan, MI.

Pastor Randy is married to Lynne’ and has three children, Ryan (Melanie), Kristin (Jon), and Kelly (Herbert) and Seven grandchildren, Alex, Riley, Rowan, Benjamin, Elizabeth, Herbert, and Phoebe. Pastor Randy’s hobbies include golfing, fishing, hunting, and watching Football, Baseball, Soccer, and other sports. Serving God and touching peoples’ lives with the good news of Jesus Christ is what he truly lives for in life.