We celebrate Holy Communion the first Sunday of each month.
SUMMER WORSHIP SERVICES HAVE BEGUN
9:30AM Worship Services
July 28 - Mark 5:1-20 - "Fight for the Powerless"
August 4 - Holy Communion - Matthew 14:13-21 - Feeding of the 5,000 -
"Enjoy This Life"
August 11 - Matthew 18:1-5, Matthew 19:13-15 - Children in Worship - "Love God"
August 18 - Luke 15:8-10 - Parable of the Lost Coin - "Encourage Generosity"
August 25 - Luke 13:10-17 - Bent Over Woman - "Fight For the Powerless"
Where is the Church?
575 Grape Street, Whitehall, PA 18052
When are the Sunday worship services?
Summer Worship services are at 9:30AM
Beginning September 23rd we have two worship services - 8:15AM and 10:45AM
How do the two services differ?
The 8:15AM service is a traditional worship service with some surprises.
The 10:45Am service also includes a time for a children's message.
What should I wear?
Our congregation varies in dress. Some are in their Sunday best and others more casual. Wear whatever makes you feel comfortable.
Are Children welcome?
YES! Children are a vital part of the life of the church. There is a children's message at our 10:45 am worship service and at our 9:30 am service during the summer.
Where to park
There is ample free parking.We have a lot directly across the street from the church building on Grape Street. We have another lot directly across the street from the building on Sixth street.
What door do I use?
There is an elevator entrance and steps that lead to two additional entrances on Grape Street, The stairs & door on the left brings you into the sanctuary. The door in the middle is the elevator entrance. The stairs & door on the right leads to the Office and Education wing.
There is also an entrance in the alley at the rear of the church.
What if I have more questions?
Please call the church office 610-264-8421 or email us at email@example.com
How often do you celebrate Holy Communion?
We celebrate Holy Communion the first Sunday of every month.
We also celebrate communion on Ash Wednesday and Maundy Thursday and at some of our Thursday evening worship services.
Who may take communion?
At St. John's everyone is welcome to take part in communion; members, non-members, adults and children whose parents feel they are ready. If you don't feel comfortable taking communion, that's OK too.
Do you use wine or grape juice?
Both. Wine is in the outer circles of the tray. Grape juice is in the center ring for those who would like that instead.
What about the bread?
We use regular bread, but we do have a gluten free bread for those that need it. Just raise your hand during the distribution of the bread, and one of the pastors will bring it to you.
We have lots of ways to get involved at St John's! We encourage you to become an active participant in the life of the church!
Worship & Music Committee
Church Usage Committee
"Fun" Raising Committee
Prayer Shawl Group
Lady PEEPS (Women's Group)
Youth Groups for K-12th