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St. John Lutheran Church - Flatrock
Mercy Witness Life Together
Sunday Morning services: 8:15 and 10:30
Communion 1st and 3rd Sundays
Sunday Evening service: 7:00
Communion 2nd, 4th & 5th Sundays
Thursday Evening Service May 22 through August 28, 7:00
New Build Days – August 25/26 and 28/29 – added to the Thrivent Builds with Habitat for Humanity home being built in Fort Wayne. To volunteer to work or for more information about this project please contact Victoria McCallister (260-422-4828 ext 307; or firstname.lastname@example.org.) 15-20 volunteers are needed on the days listed.
“I was hungry” Monthly Food Bank Offering
The first Sunday of each month you have the opportunity to bring non-perishable food items to church for the “I was hungry” Monthly Food Bank Offering. Your food offering will go to local food banks to assist people from our community. Your non-perishable food offering may be placed in the boxes in the foyer or narthex. Jesus said this about those who believe in Him: “For I was hungry and you fed me.” (Matthew 25) Thank you for your food gifts.
Village Worship Service Moves to Thursdays
Beginning in July the weekly Lutheran worship service held at Adams Heritage / Village of Heritage will be held on Thursday mornings at 11 a.m. This weekly Divine Service is conducted by the Pastors of these LCMS congregations: St Paul (Gar Creek), St. Peter (Fuelling), St. John (Bingen), Emmanuel (Soest), Zion (Friedheim) and St. John (Flatrock). Members of the congregations are welcome to join the residents of Village for this weekly service. If you have any questions about this service please contact Pastor Christian at 639-6404.
Who We Are
Founded on October 1, 1849 St. John Lutheran Church (Flatrock) is a member congregation of the LutheranChurch-Missouri Synod. The seven families that formed St. John desired a place to gather in worship to receive God’s gifts of grace, forgiveness, new life and salvation from His Word and Sacraments, and to have a place for the education of their children. Serving southeast Allen County, St. John continues to be that place to receive God’s gifts and to learn about His love for us in Jesus, His Son, our Savior. Learn more about our history.
Learning and Serving
Various opportunities are available for one’s spiritual growth through the study of God’s Word. Sunday School, Bible studies, Jr. Catechism classes and Adult Information classes are regularly offered as well as occasional learning events. Service opportunities also are available allowing members to engage in the support of Christ’s ministry and sharing His mercy.
From its founding St. John has offered a Christian Day School. Other opportunities for youth to learn are also offered as well as social gatherings for fun and service within the community.