St John Evangelical Lutheran Church

                   
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Worship is the most important thing we do!

 

Currently, Worship services are held

                Sundays:       8:00 am - onsite                          

                                        9:30 am - onsite, Facebook Live and KDIX radio (1230 AM | 100.7FM)

 (Please follow mask and distancing guidelines)

 

Worship is supported by gifted organists and choir directors - a Senior Choir and a Handbell Choir proclaim the good news in song. Assisted-listening devices are available at all services - please ask an usher for assistance.

Holy Communion

Holy Communion is offered at each worship service. We believe the bread and the wine give us a real taste of God’s grace, recalling the death of Christ that grants forgiveness of sins. All who believe in the redeeming love of Jesus Christ are welcome at the Lord’s Table for Holy Communion. The decision about when a child should commune is made by a parent or guardian. We encourage families to visit with a pastor to learn about Holy Communion before communing for the first time.

 

Worship is the most important thing we do!

 

Currently, Worship services are held

                Sundays:       8:00 am - onsite                          

                                        9:30 am - onsite, Facebook Live and KDIX radio (1230 AM | 100.7FM)

 (Please follow mask and distancing guidelines)

 

Worship is supported by gifted organists and choir directors - a Senior Choir and a Handbell Choir proclaim the good news in song. Assisted-listening devices are available at all services - please ask an usher for assistance.

Holy Communion

Holy Communion is offered at each worship service. We believe the bread and the wine give us a real taste of God’s grace, recalling the death of Christ that grants forgiveness of sins. All who believe in the redeeming love of Jesus Christ are welcome at the Lord’s Table for Holy Communion. The decision about when a child should commune is made by a parent or guardian. We encourage families to visit with a pastor to learn about Holy Communion before communing for the first time.

 

Ash Wednesday

 ASH WEDNESDAY WORSHIP       7:00 pm Worship (Facebook Live only)

 

ash wednesday kidsEach year your forehead is marked with dust, acknowledging that we die and return to the earth. At the same time, the dust traces the life-giving cross indelibly marked on your forehead at baptism. Together we remember how we are called to live and to whom we belong forever.

 

Pastor Joe and Pastor Lisa will travel to several places in the community to mark you with ashes.        (Please wear a mask.)

 

SCHEDULE:

7:30—8:00 a.m. St. John's Garden of Grace

9:30—10:00 a.m. Downtown outside the State Farm office (128 1st St. W.)

10:15—10:45 a.m. St. Luke’s Home (residents & staff only)

Noon—12:45 p.m. West River Community Center meeting room

1:00—1:30 p.m. Dickinson State University Student Center

3:30—4:30 p.m. Peace Lutheran (drive-through)

 

Lenten Worship & Book Study

 

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Midweek Lenten Series

 

LENTEN WORSHIP - WEDNESDAYS @ 7:00 pm (February 24th - March 24th)

(onsite & Facebook Live)

Each week, we will focus on one of the five essential elements of well being: career, social, financial, physical, and community. A guest preacher will speak from her or his life about a particular element during worship.

 

In the beginning, God made humans beings in God’s image and God called us good. It isn’t always easy to believe, but the God who made you loves you fiercely and yearns for you to be well. Lent is a season of repentance and renewal; a 40-day invitation to leave behind our old ways and be made well through Jesus’ death and resurrection.

 

There is a long road lined with self-help books to lead you toward self-improvement. Being well is not the same as self-improved. Being well is being honest when we are not fine. Your wellness is contagious and extends into the neighborhood. When you are well and renewed, showing up with love for your neighbor near and far is a great joy.

 

LENTEN BOOK STUDY - WEDNESDAYS @ 5:45 - 6:30 pm (February 24th - March 24th)

 (onsite & via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82211508128 )

If you are joining on Zoom, the link will be active at 5:30 pm -

you will be in a "waiting room" while you are "checked-in" for the class.

 

Join a book study of  Well Being: the Five Essential Elementswell being

 

Authors Tom Rath and Jim Harter explain wellbeing as the combination and interaction “of our love for what we do each day, the quality of our relationships, the security of our finances, the vibrancy of our physical health, and the pride we take in what we have contributed to our communities.”

 

DEVOTIONALS FOR LENTluther 2021 lenten devotional 7094 page 01

 

Looking for a devotional during Lent? "Awesome Mystery" is a God Pause devotional booklet put together by Luther Seminary. Visit this page each day, download it, print it, or call the church office for a printed copy!

Faith in action

 Showing up with love for the neighbor near & far.

 

During this time of intentional reflection, we show up with love for our neighbor through prayer and by assisting foster care families with some of their basic needs :

 

LET'S BUILD A PRAYER CHAIN! _________________________________________prayer chain cross lent

This is a thoughtful, caring and fun activity for people of ALL ages!

 

Onsite [Feb 21st - Mar 24] : Prayer strips are available for you to write down a person, place or thing that you want to pray for.  Baskets are available for you to leave your prayer strip so it can be added to the chain. Please use 1 strip for each prayer request.

Online: Submit your prayer request digitally!  Your prayer request will be written on a prayer strip and added to the Prayer Chain.

 

                                                                Add my prayer request!

 

"Don’t worry about anything; instead, pray about everything. Tell God what you need, and thank him for all he has done."   ~ Philippians 4:6 NLT

 

SUPPORT FAMILIES WHO CARE FOR FOSTER KIDS! ___________________________________________

fosterIMAGINE .... Receiving a phone call that a child needs a place to go - now.  For foster families, this phone call can change their world in a matter of minutes.  If it's an infant - they need diapers, formula, clothing, bedding, as well as many other items. If this child is older - they need clothing, food, entertainment and things that help the child feel welcome in a new place. 

 

During Lent, St. John will collect funds through the Lily Memorial Fund to assist foster families. Some of the money collected will purchase lilies for the sanctuary, with most of the contributions purchasing Walmart gift cards and Rec Center passes for foster families.

 

Learn more #Be the Village                Give an Easter Lily Memorial gift

 

 

BLANKET & BACKPACK COLLECTION for foster kids! ________________________________________

backpack kidsHere is a way to help the foster kids directly!

St. John will be collecting new blankets and new backpacks that will be given to foster children.  During Lent, bins will be located at the church entrances for your donations. After Easter, these items will be delivered to Social Services for them to distribute as needed.

 


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8:00 am - "in-person" only

 

9:30 am - "in-person" &

                   Facebook Livestream

             (this service is also broadcast on

             KDIX Radio 1230AM / 107.1FM)

 

 

 

 

 

CONTACT INFO
St John Lutheran Church
146 6th AVE W
Dickinson, ND 58601

Phone: (701) 225-6747
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