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Reverend Michael Bagnall, Pastor

 Advent Wreath
What is ADVENT

Advent begins the 4th Sunday before December 25, or the Sunday closest to St. Andrew (Nov. 30) and ends with midday prayer on December 24.

The calendar of the Church begins with Advent (from Latin adventus, which means "coming into"), a 4-week period of preparation before Christmas. The story of Jesus in Advent is the story of hope coming into the world. When the time was just right, God sent His Son, Jesus, into the world. The Advent season teaches us to prepare to receive Jesus, the hope of the World.

It has become common to use an Advent wreath to mark the season. An Advent wreath has four candles – one for each week in Advent. As these candles are lit each week, our anticipation mounts as we look forward to Jesus' coming.

 
Christmas Altar 5
Due Sunday, December 4

Advent Vespers Clipart
 
Wednesdays at 6:30pm

November 30, December 7, 14 and 21


Lessons and Carols Treble Clef
10:30 a.m.Divine Service December 11, 2022
Featuring the Adult and Hand-bell Choirs

Christmas Eve Bulletin Cover
December 24, 5pm Christmas Eve Candlelight Service

Christmas Day Bulletin Cover
December 25, 9:30 a.m. Christmas Day
Feast of the Nativity
with Holy Communion

Christmas Eve and Day Worship Times

 

 

                               Epiphany Pic

 

Epiphany Divine Service

Friday, January 6, 2023 6:30pm


 

The Divine Service with Holy Communion

Every Sunday at

10:30 a.m. September - May

9:30 a.m. June - August


Church located at 216 jewett ave. 

(church parking lot is located directly across the street from the church on jewett ave)


Protocol Update 

Order for Holy Communion Those wishing to receive the Sacrament at the Communion Rail please come forward as the Acolyte is being communed (This includes those wishing to receive from the Chalice).

Following the communion at the rail, those wishing to receive the Sacrament in a continuous line will be invited forward by the pastor. 

(Note: The Chalice is only offered at the Communion rail).

ALL pews are open.

 


 Please place offering in box mounted on narthex wall. Additional offering envelopes are available in the holders next to the offering box.    

                                                                                     

       

                                                                   

 Church Christmas Fair Flyer

Thank you to everyone who came out and supported this year's Christmas Fair and made it the success it was. May God bless you and your families as you prepare for the upcoming holidays. 


 

YouTube Videos

lwml

Saturday, December 3 Ladies Guild Christmas Program
https://youtu.be/9UljCBx9B54


Advent Vespers Clipart

Advent Vespers Week 1 Wednesday, November 30

Advent 1

Sunday November 27

https://youtu.be/f3i-9HPsjE4



Thanksgiving Eve Service

Wednesday, November 24

    https://youtu.be/Ed2fC_aHSWk



Christ the King

Sunday, November 20
Last Sunday of the Church Year

My Word
Sunday, November 13
 
All Saints

Sunday, November 6
All Saints Day Observed
 
 
LWML

 
 
2020 Christmas Altar

Christmas Eve Candlelight Service

https://youtu.be/PRhchw8TcDU


Nativity Scene

 Christmas Day 



Lessons-and-Carols-

 

https://youtu.be/B4sKr3zHFvo

 

 

 

Jesus Resurrected What is the resurrection of Jesus

 

 

Monthly Bible Verse 

Proverbs 3:5-6

Trust in the Lord with all your heart,
    and do not lean on your own understanding.
In all your ways acknowledge him,
    and he will make straight your paths.

 
sun am bible study9:00 a.m. Every Sunday Morning September - May
 

bell choir
Hand-Bell Choir
11:40 a.m. Every Sunday Morning
September - May


St. John’s Lutheran Church Prayer Chain

phone    Prayer

 

We are renewing the prayer chain list and are seeking church members who would like to be part of the prayer chain. Serving as “a pray-er” is quite simple and very rewarding.

 

          The way the chain works is that prayer requests are phoned into Anita Neitzel at (718) 442 2519. She writes down the request, prays, and then passes the prayer request on to the next person. If no answer, she leaves a message and calls the next person on the list to keep the chain of prayer going. When the last person on the chain receives the prayer request, they will let Anita know.

 

      Please pray about your participation and call me if God leads you to be part of this ministry.

 

 

Thank You and God Bless You, 

Joan Mohlenhoff

(718) 273 2644

 

 

 


 
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