Annual Clothing Drive and Giveaway
Clothing Drop Off Dates:
Monday, May 3 through Friday, June 11 (Monday – Friday only please)
We asked that NO CLOTHING BE LEFT AT THE CHURCH DOORS. Please call Mary Strohl 570-325-2294 or Shirley Stermer 570-325-3536 to arrange drop off date and time. We will do our best to accommodate.
**No household items will be accepted.
DAYS OF GIVEAWAY – MASKS MUST BE WORN – NO EXCEPTIONS
PLEASE, ADULTS ONLY, NO CHILDRNE PERMITTED
Clothing Giveaway Dates and Times:
We are moving up our giveaway dates to June 2021 this year- please note the dates and times of the giveaway.
Thursday, June 17 9am – 3pm
Friday, June 18 9am – 7pm
Saturday, June 19 9am – 1pm
Thursday, June 24 9am – 3pm
Friday, June 25 9am – 7pm
Saturday, June 26 9am – 1pm
Church Re-opening and Holy Week Schedule
The Lutheran Church of St. John in the Heights, 319 South Avenue announces the re-opening of public worship effective Sunday, March 7 2021. The worship service will be held Sundays at 10:30 am following CDC COVID guidelines of masks and social distancing. At this time the Saturday evening worship and Sunday School will continue to be suspended until further notice.
The church council extends its great appreciation to the congregation members for tier continued remembrance of the church with their contributions during this very difficult time.
Please continue to listen to the service broadcast over station WLSH 1410 at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday morning. You can also listen via the internet at www.wmgh.com click on the link 1410 am WLSH
In His Name,
Pastor Muhr and Church Council
Alcoholics Anonymous has resumed their weekly meetings, following COVID guidelines
The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God, and the communion of the Holy Spirit be with you all. That is the way we begin each service. Worship is the gathering of our church family in order to try and live out our baptismal calling. We come together for fellowship and to be fed by the scriptures and sacraments. Every Sunday includes teaching and communion.
We believe that all possess a priesthood by reason of the cross. And also, we seek to grow in grace, ourselves, before we pass it on. My place as pastor is to help enable our people to fulfill what is their statement of purpose:
The Mission of St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church is to spread God's Word, making Him the center of our lives. We should find the lost of our congregation by developing harmony, and by showing compassion, concern and forgiveness.
We pray to be the Christian church -- nothing more, nothing less.
It's an exciting adventure. Come join us.
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