St. John's Lutheran Church

St. John's Lutheran Church

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I encourage everyone who got a stimulus check and you are still getting a salary to contribute to St. John's Helping Hands Fund. Got mine yesterday so they are starting to come out.
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IMPORTANT UPDATE: After conferring with congregational leaders earlier today, as well as hearing from a number of congregational members, we have decided that it is in everyone’s best interest to suspend worship services at St. John’s for the next two weekends: March 14-15 (tonight and tomorrow) and March 21-22, as well as Midweek Lenten worship services.We are also suspending all Bible studies, meetings, activities, and rehearsals at church for the next two weeks through Friday, March 27. In addition to this congregation-wide email, this same information will also available on our church’s website, main office telephone voicemail, and electronic lawn sign. Flyers will also be posted on the main entrance doors to the church. This means that the special congregational voters meeting scheduled for tomorrow on Sunday, March 15, will be re-scheduled at a date to be announced. Please watch for more information about this.

This response is based on recommendations from public health officials and government leaders so that the spread of the coronavirus might be reduced through social distancing. A number of sister LCMS congregations within the Circuit have reached this same decision, along with a growing number of other places of worship throughout the area. During the next two weeks while worship services and activities are suspended at St. John’s, the church office will remain open each day. Please exercise good judgment about going out and being with groups of people at this time, especially if you are older or have health concerns.

During the next two weeks, when our worship services are suspended, you are encouraged to worship at home. Here are some ways for you to do this:
Facebook Live Worship Service – An online worship service will take place onSunday, March 15 and 22 at 10:00AMthrough Facebook Live. This is the same format that we’ve used with different Bible studies and discussions. You don’t have to be on Facebook to participate in this! You do need computer access – just go to https://www.facebook.com/StJohnsAlexandria. We will use the appointed Scripture lessons for each week, and there will be the sermon and prayers. You don’t have to participate in this live at 10AM on Sundays. The worship service will be posted and so you can access this at a more convenient time that works for you.

Sermons – Sermons are available online at St. John’s website, including the sermon for this evening and tomorrow (Third Sunday in Lent). Go to https://www.sjlc.com/sermons/sermon/2020-03-14/deliver-us-jesus-from-thirst.

Prayer Requests – St. John’s website already has a portal to receive prayer requests. Go to https://sjlc.ccbchurch.com/goto/forms/67/responses/new, and type in your request. This will go directly to St. John’s Prayer Team where your prayer will be lifted up to our Father in heaven.

Financial Contributions – This may be a time of financial uncertainty for some with disruptions in employment. If you have a need because of this, please know that St. John’s has a Helping Hands Fund to assist members at such a time. Please contact either pastor about this. Thank you, members and friends of St. John’s, for your faithful contributions to ministry and mission. During these next two weeks, offerings may be sent to church via the mail. This might also be a good time to consider electronic contributions already available through our church’s website at https://sjlc.ccbchurch.com/goto/giving. If you’d like to consider ongoing electronic contributions, please contact Terri Robbins, St. John’s Financial Administrator ([email protected]), or Angie Stiens, St. John’s Minister of Finance ([email protected]).

Lenten Devotions – While our Midweek Lenten worship services are suspended, please take advantage of having your own devotions at home. The online version of our Lenten daily devotional book through Lutheran Hour Ministries is available athttps://www.lhm.org/lent/.

Joining Jesus on His Mission – In the midst of the coronavirus, please be on the lookout for how you can be of help and service to your neighbor. We don’t want anyone to put themselves at risk, but if there is an opportunity to render aid and assistance in Jesus’ Name to someone in need, that would be a huge blessing, especially now.

Thank you for taking the time to read through this message. May the Lord Jesus Christ bestow every good thing from his hand upon our communities, our nation, and our world.

In Christ,

Elisabeth Auld
Congregational President
Sermon notes from Sunday. I love how you include paintings in your sermons these days, Pastor Meehan.
Please keep Florida in your prayers! Thank you.

We're the church of the three crosses!As the people of God in Christ Jesus, we have been called to live out lives of evangelistic service in the time and place in which He has planted us.

We do so according to Christ's Great Commission (Matthew 28:16-20) So what do Lutheran Christians believe? Here's a short summary:

Along with the historic and universal Christian Church, we believe and confess the faith expressed in the Three Ecumenical Creeds. We believe in one Triune God: the Father, creator of all that exists; Jesus Christ, the Son, who became human to suffer and die for the s

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08/23/2021

A Prayer for the First Day of School:

God of fresh starts and new beginnings,
we bring ourselves, our big feelings, and our prayers to you.

Last year was different from what we expected. We couldn’t see our friends or play on playgrounds, we learned at home, in masks six feet apart, or both. In all these changes, we may have felt sad and alone.

God, our friend who comforts us, hold us close and wipe our tears.
In our backpacks, we carry blank pages, sharpened pencils, and pointy crayons, and in our hearts, we carry big feelings, unanswered questions, and hopeful expectations.

There are endless possibilities of what this new year might bring—
of what we might learn, who we might meet, and who we might become.

God, our friend who is always with us, be with us through it all.
Be with us as we ride the bus.
Be with us as we walk.
Be with us as we buckle seat belts, zip-up jackets, and tie shoes.

However we get there, and whatever we wear,
bless this journey into something new.
For the grown-ups going back to school,
With-Us God, be with them too.

Thank you for our teachers, helpers, caregivers, and leaders,
and for all they do to help us learn and grow.

God, our friend who’s full of wonder, fill their hearts and bless their hands.

Amen

A Prayer for the First Day of School:

God of fresh starts and new beginnings,
we bring ourselves, our big feelings, and our prayers to you.

Last year was different from what we expected. We couldn’t see our friends or play on playgrounds, we learned at home, in masks six feet apart, or both. In all these changes, we may have felt sad and alone.

God, our friend who comforts us, hold us close and wipe our tears.
In our backpacks, we carry blank pages, sharpened pencils, and pointy crayons, and in our hearts, we carry big feelings, unanswered questions, and hopeful expectations.

There are endless possibilities of what this new year might bring—
of what we might learn, who we might meet, and who we might become.

God, our friend who is always with us, be with us through it all.
Be with us as we ride the bus.
Be with us as we walk.
Be with us as we buckle seat belts, zip-up jackets, and tie shoes.

However we get there, and whatever we wear,
bless this journey into something new.
For the grown-ups going back to school,
With-Us God, be with them too.

Thank you for our teachers, helpers, caregivers, and leaders,
and for all they do to help us learn and grow.

God, our friend who’s full of wonder, fill their hearts and bless their hands.

Amen

08/22/2021

Amen 🙏

08/22/2021

The Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost (Aug 22, 2021 at 9:30)

The Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost (Aug 22, 2021 at 9:30)

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With One Voice, Holy Communion, Setting Five
with Blessing of the Backpacks

08/19/2021

In this month of August, take some time to reflect on your own faith journey. Where are you seeing the wind of the Spirit guiding you? - Pastor Meehan

Read the Pastor's blog article at https://bit.ly/3D2f6wu.
#WisdomWednesday

In this month of August, take some time to reflect on your own faith journey. Where are you seeing the wind of the Spirit guiding you? - Pastor Meehan

Read the Pastor's blog article at https://bit.ly/3D2f6wu.
#WisdomWednesday

08/18/2021

Please join us in reading the highlighted portion of Scripture and consider committing this passage to memory in the week ahead.

#scripture #scripturestudy #Lutheran #AlexandriaVA #lcms

Please join us in reading the highlighted portion of Scripture and consider committing this passage to memory in the week ahead.

#scripture #scripturestudy #Lutheran #AlexandriaVA #lcms

08/15/2021

The Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost (Aug 15, 2021 at 9:30)

The Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost (Aug 15, 2021 at 9:30)

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With One Voice, Holy Communion, Setting Five
Lutheran World Relief Sunday

Photos from St. John's Lutheran Church's post 08/11/2021

Here’s what happened in Week 5 of our VBS: We learned that Jesus calls me to tell about Him. Our Bible Story was “Jesus Sends Paul” in Acts 9:1–19. https://bit.ly/3AuqT4O

We learned that Jesus sends us out! Paul thought he was pleasing God by persecuting Christians, but Jesus called out to him with a bright light from heaven. Jesus wanted Paul to tell others about the Good News of His death and resurrection. He calls us to do the same!

A Prayer for Week 5: Dear Jesus, You do impossible, marvelous things! You died and rose for us! Thank You for helping us share that Good News with others. In Your name we pray. Amen

Timeline Photos 08/10/2021

Timeline Photos

We are not promised safety or happiness. But we are promised Christ.

08/08/2021

The Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost (Aug 8, 2021 at 9:30)

The Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost (Aug 8, 2021 at 9:30)

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With One Voice, Holy Communion, Setting Five
Vacation Bible School - God's Wonder Lab
Jesus Sends Paul

Photos from St. John's Lutheran Church's post 08/08/2021

Thank you to everyone who helped in any way with St. John’s National Night Out (NNO), which took place last evening on Tuesday, August 3 on the westside property of our church campus. We were blessed with incredibly beautiful weather for this event—thank you, Lord! As we enjoyed reuniting with fellow members, families from our Early Childhood Education Center (ECEC), and Scouting programs, as well as neighbors who live nearby to church, we realize how important these relationships are, especially over the last year and a half. The purpose of National Night Out is to bring neighbors together in order to become better acquainted, and in partnership with local community safety leaders (fire, police, and EMTs), to work together to ensure that our community is a safe place.

Special thanks to members of the NNO 2021 planning team, as well as the food trucks, community leaders, John Wright’s brass ensemble, Amos the comfort dog, and so many others who helped to make NNO 2021 such a blessing! We look forward to National Night Out next year on Tuesday, August 2, 2022!

Check out the photos from #SJLCNNO21 at https://bit.ly/3lIlkvm.

08/05/2021

SJLC VBS 2021-God's Wonder Lab: Week 4

Enjoy this fun video from Sunday's VBS!

Photos from St. John's Lutheran Church's post 08/04/2021

Here’s what happened in Week 4 of our VBS: We learned that Jesus saves me and gives me life. Our Bible Story was “Jesus Appears to His Followers” in Luke 24:36–49. https://bit.ly/3iolrtU

We learned that Jesus is the promised Savior, the Son of God, who died and rose again! Because He rose, we will rise too. It seems impossible, but Jesus does the impossible!

Bible Memory Verse: Remember the Lord, who is great and awesome. Nehemiah 4:14 https://bit.ly/3fz5e3w

A Prayer for Week 4: Jesus, You are God! Thank You for loving and saving me. You have done marvelous things! Thank You! In Your name we pray. Amen.

Next Week at VBS: Make sure to join us next week, for our last week of VBS, Sunday, August 8 at 9:30 am. We start at 9:30 with Worship where we will hear our Bible Story: Jesus calls me to tell about Him. “Jesus Sends Paul” in Acts 9:1–19. https://bit.ly/3iq3CL8

Then we move into the fellowship hall at 10:45 for snack/lite lunch. Here's a snack idea of what your family can bring! (https://bit.ly/37im95K)

Games and Crafts start at 11:00 am.

08/03/2021

Tonight is National Night Out!

08/02/2021

St. John's Lutheran Church National Night Out 2021 trailer

National Night Out (NNO) is an annual community-building campaign to promote police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie. NNO is celebrated by millions of neighbors across thousands of communities across the country.

We look forward to reconnection with our neighbors on Tuesday, August 3. Check out the video below to learn more about St. John's NNO.

#SJLCNNO21 #NationalNightOut #nationalnightout2021

08/01/2021

The Tenth Sunday after Pentecost (Aug 1, 2021 at 9:30)

The Tenth Sunday after Pentecost (Aug 1, 2021 at 9:30)

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With One Voice, Holy Communion, Setting Five
Vacation Bible School - God's Wonder Lab
Jesus Gives Life

What It Means To Be Lutheran 07/30/2021

What It Means To Be Lutheran

“Why would someone who didn't grow up Lutheran join the LCMS? For these people, the Gospel of Jesus Christ drew them.” https://thelc.ms/2V8bhEG

What It Means To Be Lutheran How does one come to the Lutheran faith later in life? How did they find themselves drawn to our confession?

07/29/2021

While Pastor Meehan is on vacation, read what he expressed in his July blog on how summer is a time to relax and reflect.
#WisdomWednesday

"For many, the summer months afford us the opportunity to “come away to a deserted place… and rest a while.” Taking time out to be renewed and refreshed is not just nice, it’s necessary for health and well-being. The demands of work, home, and family can at times make us feel like we’re in a vice, and the pressure continues to increase." - Pastor Meehan
https://bit.ly/2UZJXsz

While Pastor Meehan is on vacation, read what he expressed in his July blog on how summer is a time to relax and reflect.
#WisdomWednesday

"For many, the summer months afford us the opportunity to “come away to a deserted place… and rest a while.” Taking time out to be renewed and refreshed is not just nice, it’s necessary for health and well-being. The demands of work, home, and family can at times make us feel like we’re in a vice, and the pressure continues to increase." - Pastor Meehan
https://bit.ly/2UZJXsz

Photos from St. John's Lutheran Church's post 07/28/2021

Here’s what happened in Week 3 of our VBS: We learned that Jesus heals me. Our Bible Story was “Jesus Gives Life” in Mark 5:21–43 (https://bit.ly/3zGT2Ff).

We learned that Jesus has power to heal—even a twelve-year illness and even death itself! He also cares for everyone—whether old or young, important or not, no matter what. We know that in Jesus, we have life forever!

Bible Memory Verse: I am fearfully and wonderfully made. Psalm 139:14

A Prayer for Week 3: Dear God, You love us and heal us. Thank You for healing us from sin and giving us life by dying and rising again. We give You thanks and praise for Your love and care! In Your name we pray. Amen.

Next Week at VBS: Make sure to join us next week, Sunday, August 1 at 9:30 am. We start at 9:30 with Worship where we will hear our Bible Story: “Jesus Appears to His Followers” in Luke 24:36–49 (https://bit.ly/3iNxUq0). Then we move into the fellowship hall at 10:45 for snack/lite lunch. Here's a snack idea of what your family can bring (https://bit.ly/3rHZ9GD)! Games and Crafts start at 11:00 am.

07/25/2021

The Ninth Sunday after Pentecost (July 25, 2021 at 9:30)

The Ninth Sunday after Pentecost (July 25, 2021 at 9:30)

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With One Voice, Holy Communion, Setting Five
Vacation Bible School - God's Wonder Lab
Jesus Gives Life

Photos from St. John's Lutheran Church's post 07/20/2021

Here’s what happened at week 2 of our VBS: We learned that Jesus is with me all the time. Our Bible Story was “Jesus Walks on Water” in Matthew 14:22–33. https://bit.ly/3BnnYMq

We learned that Jesus is always with us, and that’s a great thing! Even waves and wind obey Jesus, and He is with us through any storm. Jesus walks on water and reaches out to save Peter. Jesus does marvelous things!

The Lesson 2 God’s Wonder Lab Collectible tells us “Jesus is with me all the time!” The Bible verse is on the back.

A Prayer for Week 2: Dear Jesus, You do marvelous, impossible things. Remind us that You are with us all the time. Forgive us when we don’t trust You. Thank You for loving and saving us from our sin! In Your name we pray. Amen.

07/18/2021

The Eighth Sunday after Pentecost (July 18, 2021 at 9:30)

The Eighth Sunday after Pentecost (July 18, 2021 at 9:30)

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With One Voice, Holy Communion, Setting Five
Vacation Bible School - God's Wonder Lab

07/14/2021

Mark your calendars for NNO on Tuesday, August 3 from 5:00-7:30 p.m. on the church grounds!

The Living Out Faith Ministry is very excited to announce that National Night Out is back! NNO will be held on Tuesday, August 3 from 5:00 - 7:30PM on the church grounds.

As with many events during the pandemic, NNO was unable to be held last summer so we are looking forward to reuniting with fellow members, ECEC families, and our neighbors.

In order to make the evening a success, we need volunteers! Please look at the list of volunteer positions needed to be filled and sign up at https://bit.ly/3kcbr8B.

Follow the latest announcements on social media using the hashtag #SJLCNNO21.

Photos from St. John's Lutheran Church's post 07/13/2021

Here’s what happened at Week 1 of our SJLC VBS:

We learned that Jesus is God and cares about me. Our Bible Story was “Jesus’ First Miracle” in John 2:1–12 (https://bit.ly/2U3SFWf).

We learned that Jesus is God and cares about us. Jesus shows that He is the Son of God through His first miracle. His care for a wedding couple shows that no concern is too small for God. Jesus cares about you and me and gives us more than we need!

The Lesson 1 God’s Wonder Lab Collectible tells us “Jesus is God and cares about me!” The Bible verse is on the back.

A Prayer for Week 1: Dear Jesus, You do marvelous, impossible things. We can turn to You because You are God and You care for us. We give You thanks and praise for Your love and care! In Your name we pray. Amen.

Make sure to join us next week!

July 18: Jesus Walks on Water: Matthew 14:22–33 (https://bit.ly/2T4lv8o): Jesus is with me all the time!

July 25: Jesus Gives Life: Mark 5:21–43 (https://bit.ly/3r3Q8HN): Jesus heals me!

August 1: Jesus Appears to His Followers: Luke 24:36–49 (https://bit.ly/3ySTYGu): Jesus saves me and gives me life!

August 8: Jesus Sends Paul: Acts 9:1–19 (https://bit.ly/3r3Q8HN): Jesus calls me to tell about Him!

There Room for More! For more information on how to join our VBS Wonder Lab, go to our website at https://www.sjlc.com/learn/vacation-bible-school.

07/11/2021

The Seventh Sunday after Pentecost (July 11, 2021 at 9:30)

The Seventh Sunday after Pentecost (July 11, 2021 at 9:30)

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With One Voice, Holy Communion, Setting Five
Vacation Bible School - God's Wonder Lab

Vacation Bible School 07/11/2021

Vacation Bible School

This is a reminder to join us for our summer's cross generational VBS, God’s Wonder Lab Vacation Bible School, where Jesus does the impossible, begins tomorrow (Sunday, July 11), at 9:30AM!

At God’s Wonder Lab VBS, everyone will learn that Jesus does the impossible! They’ll look into the Bible, God’s Holy Word, and explore five Bible accounts where God points us to our Savior, His Son, Jesus. He has done marvelous things!

This is a VBS experience for everyone! Minors must be accompanied by an adult.

***This is not a drop and go VBS experience.***

Check out our church website for more information. https://www.sjlc.com/learn/vacation-bible-school

Vacation Bible School 2021 Vacation Bible School

07/10/2021

Service of Remembrance for Judith K. Rexrode (July 10, 2021 at 11:00)

Service of Remembrance for Judith K. Rexrode (July 10, 2021 at 11:00)

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Service of Remembrance and Thanksgiving for Judith K. Rexrode (July 10, 2021 at 11:00)

07/07/2021

Please join us in reading the highlighted portion of Scripture and consider committing this passage to memory in the week ahead.

#scripture #scripturestudy #Lutheran #AlexandriaVA #lcms

Please join us in reading the highlighted portion of Scripture and consider committing this passage to memory in the week ahead.

#scripture #scripturestudy #Lutheran #AlexandriaVA #lcms

07/05/2021

In the midst of Independence Day barbeques, picnics, and fireworks, I encourage you to pause and lift up our nation in prayer. The prayer below, taken from the Lutheran Book of Worship (p. 42), is one which may be a help and guide for such prayers. - Pastor Meehan

"Almighty God, you have given us this good land as our heritage. Make us always remember your generosity and constantly do your will. Bless our land with honest industry, truthful education, and an honorable way of life. Save us from violence, discord, and confusion; from pride and arrogance, and from every evil course of action. Make us who came from many nations with many different languages a united people. Defend our liberties and give those whom we have entrusted with the authority of government the spirit of wisdom, that there might be justice and peace in our land. When times are prosperous, let our hearts be thankful; and in troubled times, do not let our trust in you fail. We ask all this through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen."

#Lutheran #fourthofjuly #4thofJuly #LCMS

So what do Lutheran Christians believe?

Here's a short summary:

Along with the historic and universal Christian Church, we believe and confess the faith expressed in the Three Ecumenical Creeds.

We believe in one Triune God: the Father, creator of all that exists; Jesus Christ, the Son, who became human to suffer and die for the sins of all human beings and to rise to life again in the ultimate victory over death and Satan; and the Holy Spirit, who creates faith through God's Word and Sacraments. The three persons of the Trinity are coequal and coeternal, one God.

Being "Lutheran," we accept and teach the truth of God's Word as it is summarized and confessed in the Book of Concord. The Book of Concord is a collection of documents, penned by Martin Luther and other reformers of the 16th Century, which we hold as faithful expressions of the Scriptural presentation of the Christian faith. This teaching can be summarized in three short phrases: Grace alone, Faith alone, Scripture alone.

Grace alone
God loves the people of the world, even though they are sinful, rebel against Him and do not deserve His love. He sent Jesus, His Son, to love the unlovable and save the ungodly. Our good works do not earn our salvation, but are done in thanksgiving for God's love.

Faith alone
By His suffering and death as the substitute for all people of all time, Jesus purchased and won forgiveness and eternal life for them. Those who hear this Good News and believe it have the eternal life that it offers. God creates faith in Christ and gives people forgiveness through Him.

Scripture alone
The Bible is God's inerrant and infallible Word, in which He reveals His Law and His Gospel of salvation in Jesus Christ. It is the sole rule and norm for Christian doctrine.

If you have any questions, please feel free to speak with our pastors or to browse The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod homepage for FAQ's and further information.

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The Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost (Aug 22, 2021 at 9:30)
The Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost (Aug 15, 2021 at 9:30)
The Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost (Aug 8, 2021 at 9:30)
SJLC VBS 2021-God's Wonder Lab: Week 4
St. John's Lutheran Church National Night Out 2021 trailer
The Tenth Sunday after Pentecost (Aug 1, 2021 at 9:30)
The Ninth Sunday after Pentecost (July 25, 2021 at 9:30)
The Eighth Sunday after Pentecost (July 18, 2021 at 9:30)
The Seventh Sunday after Pentecost (July 11, 2021 at 9:30)
Service of Remembrance for Judith K. Rexrode (July 10, 2021 at 11:00)
Sixth Sunday after Pentecost (July 04, 2021 at 0930)

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5952 Franconia Rd
Alexandria, VA
22310

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Worship Times: Saturday: 5:00 p.m. Sunday: 8:00 & 10:45 a.m. Christian Education Hour Sunday: 9:30 -10:30 a.m. Wednesday Evening: See web site.

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Sunday 9am - 1pm
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