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Leaders Retreat Jan 2020 Mike Edwards

Our Church Leaders Are Doggone Good

To quote Roy Williams, our church leaders are doggone good. I don’t mean that to sound overly cocky, just honest. This past weekend was our annual Leaders Retreat (Jan. 24-25),...

Giving Thanks

Dear friends, ‘Tis the season of giving .. and of giving thanks. I’m often amazed at the generosity of people in this congregation. You give so much to this community...

Where did October go?!?

Dear friends, It’s November, which begs one simple question: Where did October go?!? October is normally one of my favorite months. Cooler weather, colorful leaves, nights on the porch that...

Partnership with Christmas Lutheran Church

Dear friends, Sept. 22 was a very special day in the life of St. John’s, as we formalized a partnership with Christmas Lutheran Church in Bethlehem. Pastor Munther Isaac was...

Three Years with the Bee Hive

Dear friends, This week, Ted Goins and I will be robbing/extracting the honey of bee hives we’ve been nurturing for quite some time. Ted’s got a lot more history at...
From the Pastor

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August brings a lot of change in our congregation. Joy Chaffin, our wonderful Office Manager, is retiring on Aug. 1. Joy has been on staff three years and brings a...

When do you stop singing songs at the top of your lungs?

When do you stop singing songs at the top of your lungs? Pastor Laura and I are at Lutheridge this week with 17 confirmation campers. It’s been a great week,...

From the Pastor

High school graduation is right around the corner, and we sure do have a great group of students to unleash! In youth ministry, we often ask the question: What does...
Carpenters' Hall, Philadelphia, PA

From the Pastor

Krista, Anna, Leo, and I ventured up north for Spring Break, stopping at some of the most historic cities in the country: Washington, DC, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Since Anna and...

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