Please go to this page for information about worship tomorrow. (http://stjohnslutheran.net/live-streaming-worship-at-st-johns/) I recommend that you save this link in your favorites. This page will be updated for future worship opportunities – Wednesdays, Sundays, and Holy Week servies.
This will be an interactive worship service making use of Live Chat so that we can react, interact, and provide thanksgiving and prayer. It is important in this time of separation that we stay connected – with our Lord and with one another. Joining with your brothers and sisters at St. John’s for worship is an important part of making this happen in your life
Download the Worship Notes for Worship
Our Live Stream worship services also involve downloadable worship notes. The notes contain the readings, parts of the service spoken together, as well as discussion questions, music suggestions, and directions for making your offering. Please download the worship notes here: http://stjohnslutheran.net/live-streaming-worship-at-st-johns/
Accessing the St. John’s Worship YouTube Livestream from Facebook on a mobile device
There have been issues regarding trying to get to the YouTube Live Stream on a mobile device using a link within Facebook. Pastor Mike has prepared a video showing how to work around this problem in two clicks. Go here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1fp23klJVhw
Following Jesus From Home
We are gathering resources and links for individuals, children, teens, and families for your use during this time of shelter at home. If you know of resources that would be good to share, let us know! Click on this link to go to the page on our website: http://stjohnslutheran.net/following_jesus_at_home/
Sunday Worship: Our service this Sunday (9:30 AM) will continue our series “The Challenge and the Cross.” We will be focused on both the “Giving” and “Going” themes from the Red Letter Challenge. And we see both words in the suffering and death of our Savior. All that we have and are is a result of being blessed by our generous Savior who gave himself completely for us, and so we are called to be generous people who give. Our Savior’s death on the cross was not just for us, but for all the world, and so we are called to go and share this good news with all the world.