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Dan Wegrzyn
Senior Pastor

Dan Wegrzyn has been Senior Pastor at St. John’s since 2003. Pastor Dan grew up in Lombard and attended St. John’s during his childhood. He received his Bachelor’s of Education from Concordia College in River Forest, Illinois; Masters of Divinity from Concordia Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri; and Doctor of Ministry, with a focus in Preaching and Congregational Leadership, from Northern Seminary in Lombard, Illinois.

Pete Imlah
Associate Pastor

Associate Pastor Pete Imlah has served at St. John’s since 2011. Prior to his ordination on June 8, 2014, he served as an SMP (Specific Ministry Pastor – Family Life Ministry) Vicar. He was born and raised in Des Plaines, Illinois. He graduated from Concordia College in River Forest, Illinois and completed his seminary program at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri.

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Recent Sermons

Prison Break

Posted on 09 Dec 2018, Pastor: Wegrzyn
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Stepping Out In Faith For Jesus

Posted on 02 Dec 2018, Pastor: Imlah
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From Pastor Dan’s and The Worship Blog

“The Most Protected Hour of the Week”

So, what is it for you? The most protected hour of the week? It’s an hour you don’t give up easily. It’s time you guard, because time is precious, right? For many people, the most protected hour of the week is the “education hour” at church. Some churches call it Sunday school....
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Summer Movement 2018

We played a round of Family Feud in church last weekend.  It was the ‘pulpit’ family versus the ‘lecturn’ family.  “Name the top 4 answers on the board to this question, ‘What are some major movements in history?’” Answers given...
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Lenten Challenge (Day 4)—”Befriend the Outsider”

The dear people of Parkland, Fla. have been heavy on our minds this week. The perpetrator of the school shooting, the one guilty of these innocent deaths, represents what seems to be a recurring profile. A loner, isolated and angry, a “least of these” type who didn’t fit in, and...
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“40 Day Challenge”

Lent is an opportunity. It’s a window of time when our resolve is heightened. We tend to be ready for a challenge, like giving up something we love (chocolate, coffee, exercise ). But, why? Historically, lent has been a time to draw near to Jesus—to think deeply about his...
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