St John Lutheran Brick Church

St John Lutheran Brick Church


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Montgomery PA 17752 We are a member congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. We believe in the Oneness of God: God who created the world in all its diversity, God who embraces us with unconditional love, God who leads us spiritually through life's trials and joys.

We are thankful for God's grace, dedicated to a life of worship and praise, committed to God's mission of redemption, and we pray that our life together will be a testimony to God's presence.

Mission: St John Lutheran "Brick" Church is a community of faith that proclaims the Gospel by empowering ALL People to worship, learn and serve as disciples of Christ

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Due to technical difficulties this morning, the live-stream of today's service was not streamed. We are working on getting today's service posted. Stay tuned.

Sunday, January 31, 2021
Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany

Join us at 8:30 am for the live-streamed Sunday service or watch the service later in the day on the website:

Pastor Cockley's sermon: "Was it Something I Said?"

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Third Sunday after the Epiphany

In Person Worship Update...

At the Congregational Council meeting last Tuesday, the decision was made to continue suspending in-person Worship until at least Sunday, February 21, 2021.

Until the Sunday when in-person Worship can resume, our Worship Service will be live-streamed on Facebook every Sunday morning at 8:30 am, and uploaded to our church website,, the same day.

As the pandemic continues, and until such time as in-person gatherings can resume safely, please be patient with our safeguards and precautions, and continue your prayers for the
health and well-being of all God’s children.

Drive-Thru Birthday Celebration
Genevieve Voneida
Sunday, Jan. 17.
Meet at the Hughesville High School Parking lot at 1:45 pm. The cars will then proceed to Wolf Run Village to wish Genevieve a Happy Birthday.

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[12/23/20]   Hello everyone, the Christmas Eve Service will be posted at 7pm tomorrow. Please have bread and wine if you would like to receive communion. And candle for the end of the Service. 🕯️

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Dandelion Trail Run at CML
September 5 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Camp Mount Luther will be holding a 5- and 10- kilometer trail run race at the camp on Saturday, September 5, 2020. This is an entry-level trail race on Mount Luther grounds with proceeds going to the camp. The start time for the race is 9:00 a.m. Runners decide on race day if they want to do a 5k or 10K (a double loop of the 5K) run. The 10k distance is included in the Rocksylvania 10k race series. More details on that are available at Race day registration is $30. Pre-register by August 21 and pay only $25. Registration opens at 7:30 a.m. on race day. Spectators are welcome as well. A kid’s fun run will also be held with two age categories: six and under and 7-10. Special awards will be presented to every participant in the fun run. Again, this year, a one-mile fun walk on a dirt road will be held with the same registration fees and amenities applying (or you may just walk without receiving amenities for $10). Awards will be given for overall male and female race time, three awards for each age group and an overall master’s for male and female in both the 5K and the 10K. The awards ceremony will be immediately following the race. Shower facilities are available after the race. All miles for the course will be marked and there is one water stop on the course. Timing will be electronically done. To register, visit The Dandelion Run, begun in 2002, is organized by Joel and Shelley Heasley of Middleburg. It was named in honor and memory of Rev. Glenn E. Heasley, Jr., former Assistant to the Bishop of the Upper Susquehanna Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Glenn’s favorite “flower” was the dandelion. Heasley’s widow, Shirley, is also involved in the planning of the race. A flyer is available here: application.pdf

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196 Brick Church Road
Montgomery, Pennsylvania 17752
The Rev. Theodore L. Cockley, Interim Pastor

The Third Sunday after Pentecost
Service of Word and Sacrament
June 21, 2020
8:30 a.m.

“Answer me, O LORD, for your love is kind.”

The Prelude​​​​​

The Choral Prelude​“Bind Us Together”​​​​[WOV 748]
​​Bind us together, Lord,
bind us together with cords that cannot be broken.
​​Bind us together, Lord, bind us together, Lord;
​​​bind us together in love.

Welcome and Announcements

*Confession and Forgiveness
​P: Blessed be the holy Trinity (+) one God, whose steadfast love is
everlasting, whose faithfulness endures from generation to generation.
​P: Trusting in the mercy of God, let us confess our sin.
(a brief silence is kept)
​P: Reconciling God,
​C:​we confess that we do not trust your abundance, and we deny
​​your presence in our lives. We place our faith in ourselves and
​​rely on our own efforts. We fail to believe that you provide
​ enough for all. We abuse your good creation for our own benefit.
​​We fear difference and do not welcome others as you have
​​welcomed us. We sin in thought, word, and deed. By your grace,
​​forgive us; through your love, renew us; and in your Spirit, lead
​​us; so that we may live and serve you in newness of life. AMEN
​P: Beloved of God, by the radical abundance of divine mercy we have
​ peace with God through (+) Christ Jesus, through whom we have
​ obtained grace upon grace. Our sins are forgiven. Let us live now in
​ hope. For hope does not disappointment, because God’s love has been
​ poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit.

The Opening Hymn:​“Give to Our God Immortal Praise”​[LBW 520]
​Give to out God immortal praise! Mercy and truth re all his ways;
​Wonders of grace to God belong; repeat his mercies in your song.

​He sent his son with pow’r to save from guilt and darkness and the grave.
​Wonders of grace to God belong; repeat his mercies in your song.

​Give to the Lord of lords renown; the King of kings with glory crown.
​His mercies ever shall endure when lords and kings are known no more.

*The Greeting
​P: The grace of our Lord, Jesus Christ, (+) the love of God, and the
communion of the Holy Spirit be with you.
​C:​And also with you.

*The Hymn of Praise​​​​ pp. 58-59
​P: Glory to God in the highest, and peace to God’s people on earth.​
​C:​Lord God, heavenly king, almighty God and Father: We worship
​​you we give you thanks, we praise you for your glory. Lord, Jesus
​​Christ, only Son of the Father, Lord God, Lamb of God: You take
​​away the sin of the world; have mercy on us. You are seated on
​​the right hand of the Father; receive our prayer. For you alone
​​are the Holy One, you alone are the Lord, you alone are the Most
​​High, Jesus Christ, with the Holy Spirit, in the glory of God the

*The Prayer of the Day​​​​​​​​Celebrate
​P: The Lord be with you.
​C:​And also with you.

​P: Let us pray. Teach us, good Lord God,
​ALL: to serve you as you deserve…. AMEN

The First Reading​Jeremiah 20:7-13​​​​ Celebrate

The Psalm 69:7-10 [11-15] 16-18​(Lector Congregation)​​Celebrate​​​​​ ​ ​
The Second Reading​Romans 6:1b-11​​​​ Celebrate
(congregation stands)

*The Gospel Acclamation: ​​​​
​C:​Alleluia. Lord, to whom shall we go?​​​​ p. 62
​​You have the words of eternal life. Alleluia. Alleluia.
​​​(The Gospel is announced:)
P: The Holy Gospel according to Matthew, the tenth chapter.
​C:​Glory to you, O Lord.​(sung)​​​​​ p. 63

*The Gospel ​Matthew 10:24-39​​​​ Celebrate
(At the conclusion of the Gospel, the Service continues:)
P: This is the Gospel of the Lord.
​C:​Praise to you, O Christ.​(sung; then, the congregation is seated.)

The Sermon
(The Children’s Message precedes the sermon.)

The Hymn of the Day:​“How Firm a Foundation”​​​[LBW 507]
​How firm a foundation, O saints of the Lord,
​Is laid for your faith in his excellent Word!
​What more can he say than to you he has said
Who unto the savior for refuge have fled?

Fear not, I am with you, oh, be not dismayed,
For I am your God and will still give you aid;
I’ll strengthen you, help you, and cause you to stand,
Upheld by my righteous, omnipotent hand.

When through fiery trials your pathway shall lie,
My grace, all sufficient shall be your supply.
The flames shall not hurt you, I only design
Your dross to consume and your gold to refine.
Throughout all their life time, my people shall prove
My sov’reign, eternal, unchangeable love;
And then, when gray hairs shall their temples adorn,
Like lambs they shall still in my bosom be borne.

*The Apostles’ Creed
​ALL:​ I believe in God, the Father almighty, creator of heaven
​​ ​and earth.
​​ I believe in Jesus Christ, his only Son, our Lord. He was
​​ conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit and born of
the virgin Mary. He suffered under Pontius Pilate,
​ ​ ​was crucified, died, and was buried. He descended
​​ ​into hell. On the third day he rose again. He
​​ ​ascended into heaven and is seated at the right hand
​​ ​of the Father. He will come again to judge the living
​​ ​and the dead.
I believe in the Holy Spirit, the holy catholic Church, the
​​ communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the
​​ resurrection of the body, and the life everlasting.

*The Prayer of the Church​​​​​​ Celebrate
(include: A Prayer for the Power of the Spirit, p. 😎

*The Peace
​P: The peace of the Lord be with you all.
​C:​And also with you. (The Peace is shared among the people.)

The Presentation of Tithes and Offerings

The Organ Offertory

*The Offertory (sung; the congregation stands)​​​​ p. 66
​ALL:​ Let the vineyards be fruitful Lord,
​​​and fill to the brim our cup of blessing.
​​ Gather a harvest from the seeds that were sown,
​​​that we may be fed with the bread of life.
​​ Gather the hopes and the dreams of all;
​​​unite them with the prayers we offer now.
Grace our table with your presence,
and give us a foretaste of the feast to come.

*The Offertory Prayer
​P: Let us pray. God of goodness and growth,
​C:​all creation is yours, and your faithfulness is as firm as the
​​heavens. Water and word, wine and bread: these are the signs of
​​your abundant grace. Nourish us through these gifts., that we
​​might proclaim your steadfast love in our communities and in the
​​world, through Jesus Christ, our strength and our song. AMEN

The Preface (sung)
​​P: The Lord be with you.
​​C:​And also with you.
​​P: Lift up your hearts.
​​C:​We lift them to the Lord.
​​P: Let us give thanks to the Lord our God.
​​C:​It is right to give him thanks and praise.
​​P: It is indeed right and salutary that we should at all times
​​ and in all places offer thanks and praise to you, O Lord,
​​ holy Father, through Christ our Lord; who on this day overcame
​​ death and the grave, and by his glorious resurrection opened to us
​​ the way of everlasting life. And so, with the Church on earth and
​ ​ the hosts of heaven, we praise your name and join their unending
​​ hymn:
“Holy, holy, holy” (sung)​​​​​​ p. 69
​ALL:​ Holy, holy, holy Lord, God of pow’r and might: Heaven
​​ and earth are full of your glory. Hosanna. Hosanna.
​​ Hosanna in the highest. Blessed is he who comes in the
​​ name of the Lord. Hosanna in the highest.

The Words of Institution
​P:​In the night in which he was betrayed, our Lord Jesus took
​​bread, and gave thanks; broke it, and gave it to his disciples,
​​saying: Take and eat; this is my body, given for you.
​​​Do this for the remembrance of me.
​​Again, after supper, he took the cup, gave thanks, and gave it
​​for all to drink, saying: This cup is the new covenant in my
​​blood, shed for you and for all people for the forgiveness of sin.
​​​Do this for the remembrance of me.

The Lord’s Prayer
​ALL: Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name; thy
​​ kingdom come; thy will be done, on earth as it is in
​​ heaven. Give us this day our daily bread; and forgive us
​​ our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against
​​ us; and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from
​​ evil. For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the
​​ glory forever and ever. ​​AMEN

The Invitation
​P: Friends of Jesus, come to the table. Receive nourishment for your
​ journey.

“Lamb of God”​(sung)​​​​​​​​ p. 72
​ALL:​ Lamb of God, you take away the sin of the world;
​​ have mercy on us.
​​ Lamb of God, you take away the sin of the world;
​​ have mercy on us.
​​ Lamb of God, you take away the sin of the world;
​​ grant us peace.
(The congregation is seated.)

The Distribution Hymn: “Children of the Heavenly Father” [LBW 474]
​Children of the heavenly Father safely in his bosom gather;
​Nestling bird nor star in heaven such a refuge ne’er was given.

​God his own doth tend and nourish, in his holy courts they flourish.
​From all evil things he spares them, in his mighty arms he bears them.

​Neither life nor death shall ever from the Lord his children sever;
​Unto them his grace he showeth, and their sorrows all he knoweth.

​Though he giveth or he taketh, God his children ne’er forsaketh;
​His the loving purpose solely to preserve them pure and holy.

*The Distribution
​(When everyone who desires has received the Sacrament, the Pastor
​ will face the congregation and say:)
​​P: The body and blood of our Lord Jesus Christ strengthen you
​​ and keep you in his grace.
​​C: ​AMEN

*The Post-Communion Canticle ​​​ pp. 72-3
​ALL:​ Thank the Lord and sing his praise; tell ev’ryone what he
​​ has done. Let all who seek the Lord rejoice and proudly
​​ bear his name. He recalls his promises and leads his
​​ people forth in joy with shouts of thanksgiving.
Alleluia. Alleluia.

*The Post-Communion Prayer
​P: Let us pray. God of the welcome table,
​C:​in this meal we have feasted on your goodness and have been
​​united by your presence among us. Empower us to go forth
​​sustained by these gifts so that we may share your neighborly
​​love with all, through Jesus Christ, the giver of abundant
​​life. ​AMEN​

*The Blessing
​P: Neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor rulers, nor things present, nor
​ things to come, nor powers, nor height, nor depth, nor anything else
​ in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ
​ Jesus. God, the Creator, (+) Jesus, the Christ, and the Holy Spirit, the
​ Comforter, bless you and keep you in eternal love.

*The Closing Hymn:​“We All Are One in Mission”​​
[Tune: LBW 389 –Stand Up, Stand Up for Jesus]
​We all are one in mission, we all are one in call,
​our varied gifts united by Christ, the Lord of all.
​A single great commission compels us from above
​to plan and work together that all may know Christ’s love.

​We all are called to service, to witness in God’s name.
​Our ministries are diff’rent; our purpose is the same:
​to touch the lives of others with God’s surprising grace,
​so ev’ry folk and nation may feel God’s warm embrace.

​Now let us be united, and let our song be heard.
​Now let us be a vessel for God’s redeeming word.
​We all are one in mission; we all are one in call,
​our varied gifts united by Christ the lord of all.

*The Dismissal
​P: Go in peace. Christ is with you.
​C:​Thanks be to God.

The Postlude

* * * * * * * * * *

A Prayer for the Power of the Spirit among the People of God
God of all power and love, we give thanks for your unfailing presence and the hope you provide in times of uncertainty and loss. Send your Holy Spirit to enkindle in us your holy fire. Revive us to live as Christ’s body in the world: a people who pray, worship, learn, break bread, share life, heal neighbors, bear good news, seek justice, rest and grow in the Spirit. Wherever and however we gather, unite us in common prayer and send us in common mission, that we and the whole creation might be restored and renewed, through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

A Blessing and a Prayer for Fathers’ Day
​God of all creation, pour out your blessing on all fathers and those who
​provide fatherly care. You have made them in your image and given them
​children to love and care for in your name. Bless them with a heart like
​your heart: discerning and thoughtful, bold and decisive, compassionate
​and loving. As they model for their children the life that is lived by faith
​and not by sight, grant them courage under pressure and confidence in
​your power. When troubles threaten to overwhelm them, grant them your
​coping calm. When doubts give rise to anxiety, shore up their trust in
​your promises. When joy fills their days, grant them a keen gratitude for
​your abundant supply of grace. Season them with a lively sense of humor,
​Lord, for that will make life richer for us all. In every and all circumstances,
​preserve them as your own. We ask this in Jesus’ name.​AMEN
The Third Sunday after Pentecost
June 21, 2020

​Jeremiah wasn’t stupid. He was a lot of things, but stupid wasn’t one of them. He could read the times as well as anyone else, and he read them rather well. When his words got him in trouble, he was sensible enough to shut up. When it was easier to go along to get along, he tried that. He wanted to ‘fit in,’ and he wanted to be ‘successful.’ But when God gave Jeremiah a word to speak to the people, all of his precautions flew out the window.

He couldn’t stay silent no matter how hard he tried. By his own admission, if God called him to speak, he was powerless to say ‘no,’ or to bottle the message up inside. If I say, “I will not mention him, or speak anymore in his name,” then within me there is something like a burning fire shut up in my bones; I am weary with holding it in, and I cannot. Really, you can’t help but to feel sorry for him. Everything he said got him in trouble, and things got so bad at one point that his own family tried to kill him, just to shut him up. So, if the family turns against you, you’re done for!

Jesus makes a similar point with his followers, too. It wasn’t easy for Jeremiah, and it wasn’t easy for the disciples in Matthew’s day, either. Jesus warns, them, for example, that if people don’t like the master and call him a devil, his messengers, his followers, won’t be any better received. Jesus does provide some comfort and encouragement for them, however, when he reminds them that the God who watches over the sparrows is the same God who provides for them as well. Three times, he tells them not to be afraid. There is encouragement to be found in God’s care of them as they proclaim the word God has given them to speak to the world.

It’s a risky proposition. Prophetic honesty is not often appreciated, especially when it challenges and upsets those who are meant by God to hear it. The dynamics of proclamation get personal all too quickly. Speaking plainly, Jesus warns, may not bring peace; it is more likely to unsheathe a sword, one that is well-honed and double bladed. The very presence of Christ Jesus, the incarnate Word of God, is enough all by itself, to bring division. To take up the cross and follow Jesus is not to declare our own specialness for the rest of the world to admire. To take up the cross and follow Jesus is to declare that all the world is special to God, and no part of that creation is to be overlooked or ignored.
That is not an especially popular position, particularly when so much of the world has been careful to create the very divisions the Gospel deplores. Declared as Good News for the entire world, the Word of God is not experienced as good news by those who define their own sense of worth by denying value to others. The Word of God is not experienced as good news among those who are invested in political and economic systems that provide a high quality of life for a few, while millions suffer and go without. The Word of God declares, in the face of all denial and injustice, that the celestial Bird Watcher and cosmic Hair Counter still calls all of Creation ‘beloved.’

Why is that so hard to hear? It should not be difficult to believe, that, while there may indeed be a difference in economic value between us and those two-for-a-penny sparrows, the God who created both loves them both the same. We need to be mindful of that truth if we are ever to make any progress. Truth is truth, no matter how hard it is to hear. Today’s readings call us to proclaim hard truth, even when faced with hostile situations, the same way Jeremiah and Jesus did.

What was true then remains true now. That’s the grace of the Gospel—it doesn’t change. Jesus still asks us to follow him. By the grace of God, which is alive in us through our baptism, we do. We follow Jesus into all those places of injustice and sorrow where we’d rather not go. We show our love and devotion to our Lord when we take to heart the most vulnerable among us. We are called to
believe the walking wounded among us, regardless of how they were wounded on their journey. We are called to show our love as we defend the humanity of those who live on the margins, uncertain about where they will live and what they will eat. We are called to walk with Jesus as we take our place against all systems of injustice, even if that stance is more costly than we might imagine. We do all this because the call of the Gospel is never a choice between life and death. The call of the Gospel is always, ALWAYS, a promise of death and rebirth.

​When Jesus calls us to “take up the cross and follow me,” he invites to give our lives to his mission. This is what Paul meant when he wrote to the Romans:
“we have been buried with [Christ] by baptism into death, so that, just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, so we too might walk in newness of life. For if we have been united with him in a death like his, we will certainly be united with him in a resurrection like his.” That’s the promise: It is always death and rebirth. It is a promise sealed in the cleansing waters of baptism. It is a promise sealed in the words of Christ himself. It is a promise sealed by our own action when we take our place in the company of those who are called and those who follow.
​As we continue to take tentative steps toward our re-opening, we need to think and pray about our response to what we have experienced over these past three months. We need to ask hard questions. We need to speak hard truths. We need to remember that the call of Jesus has not changed. We need to stand with all those who have been exploited and victimized during this pandemic. We need to stand against all the lies and deceit that would diminish the lives of thousands who have succumbed to the ravages of this plague. We need to stand with Jeremiah, and with Paul, and Jesus himself. We need to denounce the rampant injustice we have all witnessed over the past few weeks. We need to admit our own fault, our complicit silence, and our passive benefit in the evil we deplore. Jeremiah spoke of what he knew. Jesus knew of what he spoke. So did Paul and so do we. It was true then. It remains true now. ​​​AMEN


The full text of the Service is included here, and is intended for personal and family use during this time of uncertainty and self-isolation. While it is wise for us to be prudent in these days, we cannot ignore our Lord’s call to gather for worship. I encourage you to use this Service as it is intended: Pray the prayers. Read the lessons; reading them out loud is an excellent practice to really hear the message they convey. Sing the hymns, too; or, if you hesitate to sing out loud, read the words as a prayer. Finally, don’t hesitate to celebrate the Sacrament. Speak the words that are printed in the Service, and use whatever elements you may have on hand for your meal. As we prepare to resume in-person Worship next week, be mindful of Jesus’ promise:“I am with you always, to the end of the age.”

During the coronavirus emergency, Augsburg/Fortress Publishers had waived certain copyright restrictions on their worship materials through July 31, 2020, for Lutheran congregations that subscribe to their services. This waiver enables us to include the CELEBRATE materials with the following notice:
CELEBRATE materials are attached with permission of Augsburg Fortress.
Liturgical texts are reprinted by permission of Augsburg Fortress, License #98655159.
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Intercessions: Doug Barto, Mary Bender, Dan Berninger, Bill Cyphers, Effie Engelman, Norm Ferrell, Richard Hafer, Leitha Huff, Darvin and Brenda Krouse, Marion Pardoe, Rae Pentz, June Resetarils, Frank Showers, Jeanne Ulmer, Genevieve Voneida, Roger Wertz, Shirley West, Jeff and Candy Winder, David Wright, and all first responders, health care workers, and their families. Pray also for the members of St. John’s church family. Take the time to call one another, just to check in, and see how others are maintaining their well-being during this health emergency. Pray, too, for those who are afflicted with the COVID-19 virus and their families.

In-person Worship will resume on Sunday, June 28, 2020, beginning at 8:30 a.m., and Holy Communion will be celebrated. As we resume a more normal schedule, please remember that every Sunday Worship Service is recorded, and a DVD of the service is available upon request. Please call the Church Office for more information or to request the DVD.

Church office hours will return to the normal schedule beginning tomorrow, June 22, 2020. You may continue to leave messages on the church’s telephone, (570-547-6423), and for any sort of pastoral emergency, you may always call Pastor Cockley at his home, (570-326-2734). There is an answering machine connected to his land line, and messages are reviewed daily and answered promptly.

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