St. John Lutheran Church is a church that believes in God and loves ALL people.
Sunday, June 6 Worship
Welcome to St. John Lutheran Church
St. John Lutheran Church, is a community of faithful believers of Jesus Christ, proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ in Abingdon and Southwest Va. St. John is part of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and the Virginia Synod. Take a few minutes to browse the pages of this Website for more information about the ministries of this place. If you have any questions or would like more information please contact Pastor G. Scott Homesley at email@example.com.
We now have the capability of receiving donations by Credit Card. You will find the button above, just click. We thank you for your continuing financial support of the ministries of St. John.
June 20th-- Sunday Worship 10:00AM on St. John FB page. In person Worship at 10:00 AM in the Sanctuary, Social distancing and you need to wear a mask.
You will need your own wine/grape juice and bread for Communion at home.
FOOD PANTRY: Volunteers needed to serve at the Food Pantry the week of June 14th-18th. Please email or call the church office if you can help out any day/time: Monday and Friday 9AM-1PM, Tuesday 4-6PM.
We pray for all on the front lines: doctors, nurses, medical personnel. We especially pray for:
Kelly Read, who is with Mt. Rogers District Health Department;
Beth Roberts, at BRMC;
Alex Depew, who works at a hospital in Richmond;
Kayla Nobles Abrego, Sue Croghan's granddaughter, who is a nurse in Littleton, Colorado.
Continuing prayers for:
Homebound: Marty Dunn, Vickianne Dotten, Ann Godsey, Barbara Wright, Nancy King
If you have names to add (or ones to be taken off) the prayer chain, please email Joan at the church office.
St. John has a subscription to Zoom. If anyone in the congregation has a need to get in touch with family, please contact Pastor Scott if you would like to set up a meeting through this option.
"The stone cross on the hill" photo © 2008 "Tambako the Jaguar," used under a Creative Commons license from flickr.com.