St. John's Lutheran Church|
|Welcome to historic St. John's Lutheran Church in New Baltimore, Michigan! For over 150 years, St. John's has been a witness to God's love and salvation through Jesus Christ. Everyone is invited to visit and attend one of our Sunday morning worship services.
OUR VISION: "I was glad when they said to me, Let us go to the house of the the Lord!" - Psalm 122:1
OUR MISSION: God has called us to Care, Share, Teach and Love as Jesus has loved us.
OUR PURPOSE: "Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, to the close of the age." - Matthew 28:19-20
|The Reverend Annette M. Griffin - Pastor
Benjamin Bourlier - Organist
Roger Bokano - Choir Director
Cindy Kuzminski - Secretary
Clarence Huwe - Custodian
Carol Olivares - Financial Secretary
Cyndi Miiller - Youth Director
Charlene Barrett - Sunday School Director
Kristine Kistka - Sunday School Director
Enoch Carlton - President
Chuck Penzien - Vice-President
Cyndi Miiller - Secretary
Tim Steffens - Treasurer
Kathy Penzien - Member-at-large
John O'Bryan - Member-at-large
Joe Tinson, Sr. - Member-at-large
Mark Olivares - Member-at-large
|Please join us as we worship together Sundays at 8:00 and 10:15 AM September through May. Communion will be available at each Sunday service. The last Sunday of the month is designated as a contemporary worship.
In the summer, starting in June through early September, services will be held on Sundays at 9:00 AM and Thursdays at 7:00 PM.
Download the church calendar for more specific information in June and September.
|Wedding, funeral, baptismal, and other special services are performed at St. John's. Call the church office at (586) 725-6801 for more information.
LUTHERAN SOCIAL SERVICES OF MICHIGAN|
|St. John's supports this service organization whenever possible, helping those in need locally and abroad.
|The Church hosts the Macomb County Rotating Emergency Shelter for one week in partnership with Trinity Lutheran alternating the host site each year. This shelter houses people on a temporary basis, giving them a chance to get back on their feet. Many volunteers are needed for this week, from cooks to drivers to overnight supervision. Watch the calendar for more information.
|St. John's Lutheran Church is a member of the Southeast Michigan Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America.
The Church Choir sings at a number of services throughout the year, including Easter, Christmas and special services. Please join us in praising our Lord in song.
Join the circle of love and caring for our fellow man, as we send our good wishes through prayer for those in need.
Ladies are invited to participate in the weekly sewing circle, creating much needed quilts for Lutheran World Relief. We meet every other Wednesday at 9:00 AM, with a break during the Summer months. Check the calendar for more information.
For anyone wishing to delve into the mysteries of the Bible and find a deeper meaning in the scriptures for everyday life, join us on Sundays at 9:00 AM in the Church, September through May. Check the calendar for more information.
St. John's provides instruction for our youth in the ideals and creed of the church for 6th through 8th graders. Confirmation classes are held at 9:00 AM on Sundays, September through May. After completion of the program, a special service is held once a year to welcome these new members.
Classes for children preschool through 5th grade are held on Sundays at 9:00 AM, September through May.
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL
Each year during the summer, St. John's teams up with local area churches to host Vacation Bible School for school-age children. Volunteers are always welcome for this activity.
Our Youth Group, 6th-12th grade, will meet for fun activities at various time throughout the year.
EXTENDING THE FEAST FOR LOCAL FOOD PANTRIES|
|On the first Sunday of each month, we will be taking a collection for our local food pantries.
This practice comes to us from the ancient church. In that time, after all of the people gathered together had eaten, a deacon would take food to people in need. The feast was extended! We hope to continue that tradition.
Please bring your donated items to worship the first Sunday each month.