Wednesday, July 30, 2014

 

 

 

 

SERVICE TIMES

  

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Sunday School:
Resume Sept. 7th
Sunday Worship:
10:30am
 
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Address:
Saint John Lutheran
2001 Hardy Street
Hattiesburg, MS 39401
 
Phone:
601.583.4898
 
Email:
 
Facebook:
Saint John Hattiesburg
 
Home Bible Studies:
(Call office for locations)
 
1st and 3rd Thursday
10am @ Lake Serene
 
2nd and 4th Mondays
2:30pm @ Provision Living
Resumes in Sept.
 
Bible Study held 
   at Church:
Resumes in Sept.

  

bulletin_01.gif
Sunday School:
Resume Sept. 7th
Sunday Worship:
10:30am
 
bulletin_04.gif
 
Address:
Saint John Lutheran
2001 Hardy Street
Hattiesburg, MS 39401
 
Phone:
601.583.4898
 
Email:
 
Facebook:
Saint John Hattiesburg
 
Home Bible Studies:
(Call office for locations)
 
1st and 3rd Thursday
10am @ Lake Serene
 
2nd and 4th Mondays
2:30pm @ Provision Living
Resumes in Sept.
 
Bible Study held 
   at Church:
Resumes in Sept.
 
 
Saint John Hattiesburg is a sacramental community for the sake of the City, the Campus, and the World. 
 
 
Saint John Hattiesburg is a sacramental community for the sake of the City, the Campus, and the World. 

     Welcome to Saint John Hattiesburg

                   Love. Like. Jesus.

         "How great is the Love the Father has lavished on us!" (1 John 3:1). 

We take to heart the words and actions of Jesus as reported in the gospel according to Saint John, his epistles, and his revelation. They are promises and deeds that shape who we are, how we regard ourselves and others, and how we are determined to live. It's our discipleship, our definition, and our direction. We want to Love. Like. Jesus.

We invite you to experience this together as a community of faith, imperfect people trying to figure out who Jesus is and how we can live in his way. We are earnestly seeking the kingdom of God and joining Jesus on his mission.

As a sacramental church, we celebrate the Lord's Supper whenever we gather together on Sunday mornings for worship. Our Savior invites those who trust in him to share the feast which he has prepared. In this meal we truly receive the body and blood of our risen Savior, Jesus Christ. This is a great and divine mystery! Here we are joined with God and all the saints, and receive the blessings of forgiveness, life, and salvation. Young children and those who would prefer to receive a blessing are welcome to come forward.
 
 
The church building is located six blocks east of USM on Hardy Street, near Shipley's Donuts.  

Click on the link below for directions.
 
2001 Hardy Street in Hattiesburg, MS. 

     Welcome to Saint John Hattiesburg

                   Love. Like. Jesus.

         "How great is the Love the Father has lavished on us!" (1 John 3:1). 

We take to heart the words and actions of Jesus as reported in the gospel according to Saint John, his epistles, and his revelation. They are promises and deeds that shape who we are, how we regard ourselves and others, and how we are determined to live. It's our discipleship, our definition, and our direction. We want to Love. Like. Jesus.

We invite you to experience this together as a community of faith, imperfect people trying to figure out who Jesus is and how we can live in his way. We are earnestly seeking the kingdom of God and joining Jesus on his mission.

As a sacramental church, we celebrate the Lord's Supper whenever we gather together on Sunday mornings for worship. Our Savior invites those who trust in him to share the feast which he has prepared. In this meal we truly receive the body and blood of our risen Savior, Jesus Christ. This is a great and divine mystery! Here we are joined with God and all the saints, and receive the blessings of forgiveness, life, and salvation. Young children and those who would prefer to receive a blessing are welcome to come forward.
 
 
The church building is located six blocks east of USM on Hardy Street, near Shipley's Donuts.  

Click on the link below for directions.
 
2001 Hardy Street in Hattiesburg, MS. 
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