St. John Lutheran moving worship

IT'S ALL PART OF A PLAN FOR THE FUTURE OF THE WELS CONGREGATIONS IN WRIGHTSTOWN AND GREENLEAF

UPFDATED ar 6 p.m. on August 25, 2021


The Brillion News

WRIGHTSTOWN - St. John Ev. Lutheran Church in Wrightstown has sold its century old church building to a private party buyer and will be moving its worship services to Greenleaf, where the WELS congregation, St. Paul Ev. Lutheran, is in the process of reuniting with St. John..


St. John will use the Greenleaf church building for worship until its new campus on Plum Road (County D), just south of State 96, is developed.


The new owner of the Wrightstown church building will not us it for religious purposes - but there is a Wrightstown connection.


By 2023 at the latest, the congregation will have a new school on Plum Road - with classrooms, offices, a commons and gym. Once the building opens, the congregation plans to worship there, and sell the Greenleaf church building.


[<< Photo of St. John Ev. Lutheran Church]



THIS IS A NEWS BRIEF. A more complete story will be featured in the August 26 PRINT EDITION of The Brillion News. Final information is expected in time for the September 2 paper.