|Sunday Morning Services||8:15 and 11:00 a.m.|
|Sunday and Bible Classes||9:45 a.m.|
|Wednesday Evening Service||7:00 p.m.|
|Homebound Divine Service
Last Sunday of the month
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The message at St. John’s is simple: We preach Christ and Him crucified. In every Divine Service, Christ is with us, offering grace and forgiveness where He promises they’ll be: in His Word and in His Sacraments.
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|May 10||7:00 p.m.||Ascension Day Service and Re-consecration of the "OLD" St. John's Baptismal Font|
|June 10||2 p.m.||St. John's Women's Gathering|
|July 16 - 20||Vacation Bible School|
|August 4||St. John's Golf Scramble|
|August 23-24||Bargain and Bake Sale|
If the primary work of the Holy Spirit is to take what belongs to Christ—His forgiveness, His righteousness, and the victory over death and the grave—and deliver all of that to us, how does it happen? Well, that’s why we celebrate Pentecost. For on that Day, 50 days after Easter, the Holy Spirit was given. And when He is, we hear and we believe and we live according to God’s Word.
So, you see, in the Ascension… Jesus withdraws His visible presence to establish His greater sacramental presence. Sure—He’s hidden, not to be seen with the eyes. But instead, He’s to be heard with the ears. Meaning the right hand of God is found, not way off somewhere else, but wherever repentance and forgiveness is proclaimed in the name of Jesus Christ!
He invites us not to think and pray little, but to think and pray big; and in thinking and praying big to commend all things into the hands of the Father. To pray not meek prayers, but “whatever” prayers. And for this there is no prayer better than the Our Father.