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Installation with the Bishop 9-8-19
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NEXT EVENTS

4/2/2023
Palm Sunday Worship
8:00 am  Worship
9:00 am Sunday School
10:15 am  Worship
11:45 am Worship
for masked and fully vaccinated in
fellowship hall
In Person & Online Available

4/6/2023
Maundy Thurs. Worship
7:00 pm  Worship/Communion
In Person & Online Available

4/7
/2023
Good Friday Worship
7:00 pm  Worship/Communion
In Person & Online Available

4/9/2023
Easter Sunday Worship
8:00 am  Worship/Communion
No Sunday School

10:15 am  Worship/Communion
11:45 am Worship/Communion
for masked and fully vaccinated in
fellowship hall
In Person & Online Available

"So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand."

Isaiah 41:10

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WELCOMING YOU HOME

We are glad that you have entered into the Ash Wednesday and Lenten Season with the people of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Bath.

Ash Wednesday is a time to be reminded that our earthly lives are only temporary, but that Jesus Christ calls us to eternal life. 

After Wednesday we enter in the midst of the Lenten Season, which begins with Ash Wednesday and ends when our Lord rises from the tomb on Easter Day.  Traditionally, Lent is a time when adults were prepared for baptism, by learning the Bible and the traditions of the church.  For those who are already baptized, Lent is a time to reflect on the meaning of baptism in our lives, and to recommit ourselves to following Jesus Christ as a faithful disciple.  Lent is often seen as a season to give up something as part of our discipleship, or, alternately, to take up something to be a better disciple.  Perhaps you might give up an unhealthy habit, or take up support of a new charity.  Give up unhealthy foods, and donate any money saved to the poor.  Commit yourself to reading a new devotional book before the Easter celebration.  The choice of a Lenten discipline is yours to make.

You may be new to St. John’s, new to the Bath area, new to Lutheran worship, or may have never before set foot in a church.  Regardless how often you have sat in church we are glad to have you join us in worshipping God.  We invite you to participate in worship and say prayers for yourself and all who are need.  Have questions?  Please call or email Pastor Terry.

You are welcome.  All are welcome.  All are welcome in this place. 

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