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St. John Lutheran Church is honored to be recognized for Rejoicing Spirits as the 2017 organization winner of the Frank Unkle Outstanding Service Award for improving the quality of life of individuals with disabilities in Cape May County. Thanks to the Herald for covering Disabilities Awareness Day!
Check out the video, and more info here: Cape May County Herald Story
See more pictures on the St. John Facebook Page (www.facebook.com/stjohnoc)
Pastor Mark, the OHC Dinner Committee and the entire congregation extend their heartfelt “thank you” to everyone who attended or helped in any way. Funds raised from this year’s event will support, in part, Lutheran Disaster Response and the St. John Lutheran Youth Organization. We would like to especially acknowledge and thank Boyar’s Market for their help and support.
ELCA Responds to Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma
Find out more about the ELCA's response to Hurriane Harvey
Check or money orders can be sent to:
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
PO Box 1809
Merrifield, VA 22116-8009
(Make checks payable to Hurricane Response - United States )
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Rejoicing Spirits is an inclusive Christian worship and fellowship community that embraces the gifts of our brothers and sisters with intellectual disabilities. St. John holds Rejoicing Spirits worship services the 1st Sunday of every month (summer excluded) at 1PM. All are welcome to attend these joyful services.
Stop by our St. John Facebook Page (www.facebook.com/stjohnoc) and watch for new posts about Rejoicing Spirits.
Recognizing that the 500th anniversary of the Reformation occurs in 2017, we're transforming Sunday morning adult forum, St. John 101, into Luther 500. Every Sunday morning throughout the year, Pastor Mark will lead us in a study of Luther's "Small Catechism," culminating with a grand celebration on Reformation Sunday, 2017. During the course of the year, we may schedule other festivities to commemorate this important year, which might include more movie screenings, as well as an authentic German homestyle dinner complete with bratwurst and fixings. We invite you to join us Sunday mornings between services for Luther 500.
Don't miss our next session: Sunday morning at 9:05AM, in the lounge. Grab a cup of coffee between services, and join the conversation.
An Altar Guild signup sheet has been posted in the sacristy. Many openings are available. The Altar Guild consists of the faithful servants who set the altar for communion and clean up following worship. Please consider volunteering for this important ministry. If you have no experience, training will be provided. Length of service is one month and you will generally work in teams of two. For more information, contact the church office, (609) 399-0798 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Stitches & Scripture
2nd & 4th Thursdays at 5:30 PM in the Lounge at St. John
For folks who like to knit or who have always wanted to learn how. We're happy to teach you! Some projects beginning this fall will be Knitted Knockers (ask us), items for Lutheran Disaster Response Baby Care Kits, and hats for the Seafarer's Christmas-at-Sea program.
Join us for conversation, dessert, scripture and stitches.
For more information, contact the church office, (609) 399-0798 or email@example.com
Habitiat for Humanity of Cape May County and Thrivent Builds have teamed up to build another home in Whitesboro, Middle Township and St. John volunteers were there to take part in the big "Wall-Raising."
Check out more pictures on the St. John Facebook Page (www.facebook.com/stjohnoc)
Community Thanksgiving Dinner at St. John Featured in "Press of Atlantic City"
St. John 'Stations of the Cross' Featured in "Press of Atlantic City"
You'll find an envelope in your pew bulletin which encourages you to go one step further in helping our St. John family meet its budget. Skip a soda, cup of coffee, or bottle of water each week, and put the $2 in the envelope.
The Food Cupboard requests cereal (Corn Flakes, Cheerio's etc.), for the month of September. They can always use juice, Jell-O, dry milk, diapers, and brown paper bags. Food drop-off is located in the church lobby. People receiving food stamps may only purchase food products, so there is also a need for paper products, hand soap, dish & laundry detergent, and personal items such as deodorant, shaving cream, shampoo, toothbrushes and toothpaste.
Church Calendars & Servants' Schedule are now online. Click Here to view them.
Listen to Pastor Mark's sermons and the St. John Choir on your computer or iPod - Click Here
The jug located in the church narthex is being used to collect loose change (and folding money) for an ongoing project by the Men's Prayer Group. Through Waves of Caring, a family in need located in Ocean City is being assisted by this project. Please donate as you are able. Find out more about the Men's Prayer Group on the Bible Study and Prayer page.
John Lutheran Church
1001 Central Avenue
Ocean City, NJ 08226
The Reverend Mark P. Bruesehoff, Pastor
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