We are happy to announce that we will return to in-person worship services beginning on Sunday, September 5th, when we will celebrate Holy Communion at 9:30 am in our beautiful sanctuary.
We have a special Homecoming Celebration planned for the following Sunday, September 12th. Please come out the night before at 6:00 pm and help us "chalk the walk" to decorate our sidewalks for this happy occasion.
September 12th is also the date for kids of all ages to return to Sunday School classes at 8:30 am. We will meet in the basement Fellowship Hall, and children are required to wear masks until further notice. We will start with a different format than in past years, so please come and see what's happening.
Our Covid safety precautions are as follows:
Thank you for your patience and understanding during these difficult times. Our goal is to keep everyone safe and well. We post updates on this website, so please check back to get the latest information. You can also get additional info by reading The Spire newsletter (see tab above.) If you have any questions, please feel free to call the church office at 610-683-3140.
Greetings! Welcome to our St. John's Lutheran Church web page. We are thrilled to get to know you! We are pleased that you are thinking about worshiping with us. We have a caring, family-type environment where all are welcome. Stop in this Sunday and get to know us. We pray that the Holy Spirit will continue to unite the church today and everyday in its proclamation and witness to the world. In the waters of baptism we are made one body; we pray for the day that all Christians will also be one at the Lord's table.
If you would like to join our church family, or if we can be of service to you, please speak to Pastor Hamm at the end of service or any member of St. John's and will will be happy to assist you!
"We, the baptized members of St. John's Lutheran Church, unite as a community of faith to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ through an active ministry of outreach to our members, the Kutztown area, and the world."