St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church
864-638-6363 stjohnsluther@gmail.com

Sunday Worship Services
Sunday School: 9:00 am
Fellowship: 10:00 am
Announcements: 10:25 am
Worship Service: 10:30 am
 

Welcome to Christ's community of followers here at St. John's. Whether you're a seasoned disciple or just starting out, followers of Jesus need a church community in which to flourish and grow. Even with all our collective warts and shortcomings, Jesus insists upon calling groups into ministry together through his grace. You are welcome here regardless of past mistakes, theological questions, or personal suspicions you might have about the word "church". Join us for worship, study, and service in the name of the One who makes all things new.

St. John's mission:

We are called and empowered by God to spread the Gospel

and to share the love of Jesus Christ in service to all.


 

News & Updates:

  • Great is Your Faith and other recent           sermons now available online.
  • Readings for Sunday, August 24, 2014:     Isaiah 51: 1-6  Psalm 138  Romans 12: 1-8  Matthew 16: 13-20 
  • 2013-14 Sunday School classes - 9am.
  • JUMP! Vacation Bible School grades K-5     will conclude on Sunday, August 24th from 12-3pm on (includes lunch). All are invited!
  • Knitters & Crocheters: Wed. Aug. 27th,     9am with lunch to follow. All are invited!
  • Men in Mission: Monday, Sept. 8th, 6pm - Pastor Frank will share his experiences on the AT and biking the Blue Ridge Parkway.
  • Mission Endowment Fund grant applications are available and due Sept. 15th.
  • Sunday worship at Biggerstaff: Sept. 28th at 10:30 followed by a potluck.
  • Blessing of the Animals: Oct. 5th...
  • Oktoberfest: Oct. 17-19th. Oompah!
  • 2014 Craft Fair: Sat., Nov. 15th, 9-2pm. Contact Freida Cobb Frieda Cobb (944-2332) if you have interest/questions.
  • Fall 2014 Preschool enrollment still open!
  • The Cycle of Life Series: Begins Sept. 9th, 7pm - The Death of A Child: Reflections and Lessons from a Hospital Chaplain.




Good Soil Produce Patch


Excess veggies, fruit, flowers or herbs? Bring them to the fellowship hall on Sunday mornings. Take what you want and leave a donation in the watering can which will be given to  the St. Luke Food Pantry.





Rev. Frank G. Honeycutt
301 West Main Street
Walhalla, South Carolina 29691
(864) 903-3540

fchoneycutt@bellsouth.net

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