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St. John Lutheran Church

1017 Montana • Libby, MT 59923 • (406)293-4024
Office Hours: Tuesday thru Friday 9:00A.M.- 1:00 P.M.

What's Happening at St. John Lutheran Church
Week of May 26, 2019

Sixth Sunday of Easter
 

Stephen Ministry Facts

Needs for Christian Care – Every day you see people who are hurting: those who have lost a job, lost a loved one, gone through a divorce, or are battling a terminal illness. Stephen Ministers are God’s representatives who bring his love to those who are hurting. God is waiting to make a difference in their lives through you!  For more information contact Pastor Thomas, Betty Textor or Abby Heemeier.

Stewardship Notes:
James 1:22- “But the doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving yourselves.” Martin Luther said this about our faith: “Oh, it is a living, busy, active, mighty thing, this faith. And so it is impossible for it not to do good works incessantly.” The Word of God is not merely to be heard, but it is to be received, believed, and implemented. James reminds us of this, and he encourages us to examine our lives and come to repentance where we can see we are living out our faith in sincerity.

No Host Lunch: 6 members enjoyed food and fellowship this past Tuesday at Pizza Hut. It was the last No Host Lunch till September.

Next Sunday: Sunday School attendance awards will be presented after Worship.

High Way Clean up: High Way cleanup have been rescheduled for Saturday June 1. Meet at the church at 9am.

No Sunday School: June 2 through Aug. 25. It will resume on Rally Day September 1.

Confirmation & Reception: June 9.

Vacation Bible School: July 8-15 @ 9:15am-11:45am. Staff is needed. Please prayerfully consider serving. Contact Freda for more information.

Mission Boxes: Two Boxes containing t-shirts, blankets and misc. items were recently sent to Lutheran Border Concerns and Orphan Grain Train. Items will go to people in need.

LHM Display: the stand was falling apart so, it’s gone. Booklets have been moved to wooden rack on wall by main doors. The space is now home to one of the palm plants that was up by the alter.