Monthly Archives: June 2020

We continue to discern ways to carry out God’s call…

...to be a people of welcoming, worship, healing and serving in this extraordinary time. Members and staff have been working together to provide ways of connecting spiritually, emotionally, and socially while maintaining physical distance. In the meantime: 1) Sunday worship will continue virtually for the foreseeable future at 10 a.m. via Facebook. These worship services can also be viewed through St. John’s website. A worship bulletin for each service will be posted on both the website and Facebook in printable format, or for opening in a separate window, to follow during each service. Then join in fellowship via Zoom following [...]

2020-07-31T15:48:12-05:00June 25th, 2020|

Daily Devotionals

Copies of Christ in Our Home and The Word in Season quarterly devotionals for July—September are now available to the congregation. If you would like a copy mailed to you (some large print copies of Christ in Our Home are available as well as regular print of each) please let the office know.

2020-06-25T14:27:04-05:00June 25th, 2020|

Pastor Mark Tiede’s Annual Report — June 2020

These past 12 months brought a ton of change. On the one hand, I am filled with gratitude! On the other, it has been a LONG time since I was this stressed out. The one hand first. I hand my heart filled with gratitude for all the people of St. John’s I am called to serve. I have been truly in awe of your generosity of me and financial support which has allowed St. John’s Lutheran Church to keep the ministry happening despite being required to be physically distant. You have tuned in to the worship service via Facebook or [...]

2020-07-06T21:43:24-05:00June 25th, 2020|

Looking for Mental Health Resources?

This is not meant to be a complete list. Your church is here for you. We can help find the resource you need. And please do not hesitate to reach out to Pastor Mark when you need his help. Mental Health Connect: Their mission is to connect especially through faith communities to reach those in need of mental health resources through churches. Their Navigator is trained specifically to help connect callers with resources unique to their need. http://www.mhconnect.org/  612-312-3377, email navigator@mhconnect.org or fill out the online form. NAMI Minnesota 651-645-2948, namihelps@namimn.org; National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or Text [...]

2020-06-12T15:38:30-05:00June 8th, 2020|