100 Years of Faith on Madeline Island
Woods Hall Open house & Ice Cream Social
SUNDAY, JULY 4, 2021 – After St. John’s service, join us for Ice cream and “fixin’s” on the lawn at St. John’s. St. John’s Bazaar
BBQ at Joni’s Beach
SUNDAY, JULY 18. 11AM – A community potluck BBQ on Joni’s Beach following our annual service of Blessing of the Lake. Bring something to grill, a side dish, salad, dessert, or drinks to share. Paper products provided.
St. John’s Community GALA
SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 3-6PM – Chateau Madeline Our BIG CELEBRATION! Entertainment and treats including musical “hits” from Godspell, fun activities, light hors d’oeuvres, and desserts. The GALA is free, but reservations are required starting July 1.
Buy Your Copy of Our 100th Anniversary Book
St. John’s Ministry on Madeline Island: A Century of Island Spirit is a collection of stories, reflections, history and photographs. It explores the roots and legacy of ministries on the island, including the Ojibwe people, the Roman Catholic Church and the Congregational Church. It follows the marks of ministers, congregational leaders and individuals who have cared for those who have made Madeline Island part of their lives.
Books are available. Order today!
St. John’s United Church of Christ is the spiritual home for all who call Madeline Island home, whether year-round or for only a few days or weeks a year. Together, we enrich faith and create new opportunities to discover how the spirit is alive in all of us. We are a SMALL CHURCH THAT DOES BIG THINGS!
A Welcome from our Pastor
Welcome to St John’s United Church of Christ on Madeline Island. Wherever you are on your journey, you are welcome here! We are a diverse and dynamic group of spiritual seekers who strive to follow in the way of Jesus as we love God, love each other and care for creation. We gather at 10am every Sunday (and lots of other times too) to sing, pray, laugh, cry, rest, revive and experience the God who is always doing more than we could ever ask or imagine. We’d love for you to join us!
– Rev. Rachel Bauman