St. John's  Evangelical Lutheran  Church is a member of the Wisconsin Evangelical Synod (WELS), a world-wide church body with congregations in 48 states and 23 foreign countries. Through God’s grace and blessing  St. John's has been serving the Mukwonago community for 125 years with the message of the free gift of salvation through Jesus Christ. 

Our Name explains who we are: 

St. John’s—The apostle whom Jesus loved recorded our Savior's words in the 20th chapter of his Gospel: "But these are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name." Our church exists to proclaim the same Christ found on the same pages of the same Scriptures.  

Evangelical—The evangel, the Gospel, the Good News, predominates in our worship and teaching. 

Lutheran—Confessional Lutherans believe that God saves by grace through faith, which is created and sustained through Word (the Scriptures, preached and read) and Sacrament (Baptism and Holy Communion). 

Church—We are a church, an assembly of God’s people gathered around his promises in Word and Sacrament. 

Mission and Core Values

We gather for God’s Service at 8 am and 10:30 am on Sunday mornings and at 6:45 on Monday evenings.

(Memorial Day to Labor Day we follow a summer worship schedule: Saturday- 5pm; Sunday- 9 am; Monday- 6:45 pm. We do not have Services on Memorial Day or Labor Day, or Independence Day if it falls on a Saturday or Monday.)

During the seasons of Advent and Lent our Monday Services are replaced with a Midweek Vespers Service at 6:30 pm on Wednesdays. Holy Communion is celebrated on the second and last weekends of the month and on Festivals.
Please check out our Bible Study Page for opportunities for all ages to study God's Word. 

We're glad you found our website. If you would like more information, if you’re interested in finding out more about  St. John’s, or would like to speak to our pastor, you may call or email us.

Pastor Bortulin's Contact Information:
Office (262) 363-4999

For it is by his grace that we have been saved through faith, and this faith was not from you, but it is the gift of God. ~ Ephesians 2:8