St John Evangelical Lutheran Church

                   
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Worship is the most important thing we do!

 

Worship services are held

                Sundays:         8:00 am - onsite                          

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

 

                *Wednesdays: 6:00 pm - onsite, Facebook Live

(Family Church School Worship service)

                *Thursdays:     7:00 pm

 

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.

 

*Worship times change during the season of Lent. View the Lent information below!

 

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!

 

Worship services are held

                Sundays:         8:00 am - onsite                          

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

 

                *Wednesdays: 6:00 pm - onsite, Facebook Live

(Family Church School Worship service)

                *Thursdays:     7:00 pm

 

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.

 

*Worship times change during the season of Lent. View the Lent information below!

 

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.

 

LENT

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  • The 5:30 pm Lenten Suppers are hosted by the Mission Trip Youth as a fundraiser for their summer mission trip (July 29 - Aug. 5th)
  • Lenten Worship services (7:00 pm) will also be available on Facebook Livestream.
  • During the season of Lent, there are no programmatic activities (Church School, Confirmation) so families can participate in all of the Lenten functions together.

 

ASH WEDNESDAY - March 2, 2022

12:10 pm - Worship

5:30 pm - Lenten Supper

7:00 pm - Worship

Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent, a season when God calls us to reflect on the meaning of Christ’s death and resurrection. The imposition of ashes – when you receive ashes in the sign of the cross on your forehead – sets the tone for Lent. Each moment you encounter your reflection, your ashes are a striking reminder that “you are dust, and to dust you shall return” (Genesis 3:19b). But the cross, a symbol of Jesus’ crucifixion, offers hope.

 

WEDNESDAY NIGHTS in LENT - March 9th through April 6th

5:30 pm - Lenten Supper

6:00 pm - Adult Class

7:00 pm - Worship

Similarly, in baptism, you received the sign of the cross on your forehead. Many of us begin our Christian life with baptism, called “to live among God’s faithful people, to hear the word of God and share in the Lord’s supper, to proclaim the good news of God in Christ through word and deed, to serve all people, following the example of Jesus, and to strive for justice and peace in all the earth” (ELW 236). In the ELCA, we describe these instructions as faith practices to guide our daily living.

 

 “Your Work Matters: Making Connections Between Work and Faith”

Your everyday work is holy work. It might be paid work, caring for family, retirement, volunteer work, or something else. In little and large ways, your everyday work is an expression of your faith.

 

Throughout Lent, a season of renewal, voices of the congregation will share stories of their own everyday work. Together, we will bless one another’s work and pray for renewal in the holy work God has given each of us to do.  View a list of topics for each week!

 

If you prefer to dig a little deeper, join the classes on Wednesdays from 6:00 – 6:30 pm in the Fellowship Room as we read through Listen! God is Calling: Luther Speaks of Vocation, Faith, and Work by D. Michael Bennethum.

 

Looking for EASTER LILY MEMORIAL FORMS?  Funds given will be shared with USpireND this year.


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WORSHIP TIMES

SUNDAYS 8:00 am & 9:30 am

9:30 am is also available on

Facebook Livestream &

broadcast on KDIX radio

 WEDNESDAYS:  6:00 pm

Church School Family Worship

 THURSDAYS: 7:00 pm

 

 

 

 

            

 

 

 

 

 

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

Phone: (701) 225-6747
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