St John's Lutheran Church, La Grange IL 60525 (LCMS)

St. John's Lutheran Church and School
47th Street and Brainard Avenue, La Grange, Illinois 60525


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Lenten - Easter Services

Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m.
(March 8—April 5, 2017)


Palm Sunday
Sunday, April 9
(We will begin our Palm Sunday services with a processional outside near the main School Entrance off of Park Rd; Individual Palms will also be distributed)
8:00 am—Worship w/Holy Communion
10:45 am—Worship w/Holy Communion

Maundy Thursday
Thursday, April 13
12:00 pm—Worship w/Holy Communion
7:00 pm—Worship w/Holy Communion

Good Friday
Friday, April 14
12:00 pm—Worship
7:00 pm—Tenebrae Service

Easter Sunday
Sunday, April 16
8:00 am—Festival Service w/Holy Communion
10:45 am—Festival Service w/Holy


Weekly Worship at St. John's
St. John's worships weekly on Sunday mornings.

Sunday Worship
8:00a and 10:45a

Holy Communion on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sunday on every month

Sunday Education Hour


Wednesdays at 6:00 pm
School Gymnasium
Free-will Offering

Wednesday—March 29 - BBQ Pork & Chicken Dinner
(Hosted by The Mayor Bible Group)
Wednesday—April 5 - Turkey & Trimmings Dinner
 (Hosted by St. John’s 7th & 8th Grade Students)

Maundy Thursday Luncheon—April 13 at 1:00 pm
 (Hosted by St. John’s Board of Caring Ministry)

Easter Sunday Breakfast—April 16 at 9:00 am


Pastor Bruening's Message

February 2017

Call Process
The Call Committee is scheduling interviews with a select group of pastors from the candidates the District has given us to consider. Please realize that until the call committee is ready to present a name to the congregation we need to keep the discussion confidential concerning the names on the call list. Please keep the call committee in your prayers.

Preparing for Lent
Lent begins March 1. We speak of the 40 days of Lent since only weekdays are counted. Sundays are always considered days to remember our Lord’s resurrection and are called “Sundays in Lent.”

Devotion Booklets
All of the proposed Lenten Devotions have been submitted. We are in the process of having them proofed. I have been very impressed with the devotions people have written in the past and especially ones that our youth have written. This year our focus is: “Being with God” as we look at passages that talk about people walking, standing, or sitting with God or waiting on God.

Lenten Dinners
Once again, we will have our excellent chef, Tim Hauschild, preparing the Lenten dinners.

Lenten Worship
We will focus on the “little” people of the passion. Sometimes we think we are so insignificant, but these stories show how people who seemingly did something very small helped contribute to God’s plan for our salvation. These stories, in dialogue form, will include:
• the man who loaned Jesus his donkey;
• John Mark who probably led the disciples to the Upper Room;
• Mary, the mother of John Mark, who prepared the Passover meal for Jesus and his disciples;
• Malchus, whose ear Peter cut off and
• the centurion at the foot of the cross who proclaimed “Truly this man was the Son of God.”

Pastor Phil




Weekly Worship

Sunday Worship
8:00 & 10:45 a.m.

Sunday Education Hour
9:25-10:25 a.m.

How Can We Pray for You?

St. John's is committed to being a fellowship that blesses people near and far with the offerings of our prayers. We'd like to pray for you and invite you to share your requests with us. All requests will be kept confidential among our prayer team members who are standing by to pray for you and your loved ones. (Connect with us here!)


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