Invites freely, loves unconditionally, and serves with joy!
Empowered by the unconditional love of God as revealed in Christ, St. John's Lutheran Church seeks to be a diverse and compassionate congregation that embodies God's grace in Atlanta and in the world. All are welcome!
Online Worship - January 24, 2021
Welcome to online worship, St John's members and visitors! To worship this week, please click the play button on the video to below. To watch in full-screen mode, click the square in the bottom right of the video. You can also worship with us on our Facebook page at 10:30 a.m. Please note, we are unable to distribute the bulletin here for copyright reasons; Weekly E-News subscribers can get it in their inbox on Sundays (see signup form to the right).
TUE 1/19 7:00 p.m. Lectionary Bible Study - Click here to join.
TUE 1/19 7:00 p.m. Book Club - Click here to join (passcode 409587)
THUR 1/21 7:30 a.m. Early Risers group - Click here to join.
THUR 1/21 4:30 p.m. Children's Storytime with Pastor Nancy
Click here to join.
SAT 1/23 11:00 a.m. Confirmation - Click here to join
SUN 1/24 9:15 a.m. Sunday Learning Hour - Click here to join.
SUN 1/24 1:00 p.m. Lunch and Learn - Click here to join
Previous COVID-19 Updates:
Read the full announcement from our pastor about the church closure here.
Read an update from our pastor here.
DIGITAL RESOURCES DURING THE CLOSURE:
Prayers for Times of Public Health Concern
Livestream Worship Services from Lutheran Church of the Redeemer
Weekly Sermons from the Southeastern Synod
A Message from the Synod Disaster Response Ministry on Caring for Others
A Message from PBS about talking with children about Covid 19
Worship in the Time Apart
PASTORAL WORD FROM OUR BISHOP AND VICE PRESIDENT:
COVID-19 INFORMATION VIDEO:
ZOOM FOR CONGREGATIONAL USE:
How to find us
St. John's is located at the intersection of Ponce de Leon Avenue and Oakdale Road in the heart of the Druid Hills community of Atlanta, near Emory University.
Scriptures for 1/24/2021
Jonah 3:1-5, 10
1 Corinthians 7:29-31
During this time apart, we will be posting reflections and devotions from members of St. John's, as well as prayer petitions. Click here read our devotional blog.
Please stay current with your financial giving!
You don't need to physically be at the church to give. Offsite giving is possible three ways:
Text giving: You can text STJOHNSATL to 73256 to give using your text messaging. Standard text message rates do
apply. When prompted, you enter the amount you'd like to give using your credit/debit card or checking account.
Online giving: Use this link to give https://onrealm.org/StJohnsAtlanta/Give/ADFCJYBYZF
By Mail: Send checks to 1410 Ponce de Leon Ave., Atlanta, GA 30307
Thank you for continuing to support St. John's and our ministries!
Webinar: "Becoming the body of Christ where all bodies are valued: A conversation around the ELCA's resolution to condemn White Supremacy." Bishop Strickland was joined by Presiding Bishop Elizabeth Eaton and other presenters last Thursday evening to discuss racial issues in America today. A recording of this important conversation is available at www.elca-ses.org.
The Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III preached a powerful sermon, "The Cross and the Lynching Tree: A Requiem for Ahmaud Arbery," on May 17. It can be viewed here
St. John's is a congregation of the ELCA and its Southeastern Synod. To sign up for the Synod Newsletter, click here.