Thank you for visiting St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church. As one of the oldest Lutheran churches in Adams County, Pennsylvania, St. John’s has a long and distinguished history of serving the spiritual needs of Littlestown and the surrounding communities here in south central Pennsylvania and northern Maryland.
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You may come at anytime between 5:00 and 6:30 p.m.
Once again we will be featuring a Make Your Own Ice Cream Sundae Bar. In order to encourage your participation, there will be NO CHARGE for this event. A free-will offering will be accepted.
Join St. John’s member Matt Conn as he leads a team of volunteers from across the country to Kalispell, MT August 7 – 14 to help build a home for those in need. No construction skills of any kind are needed–just a servant’s heart and a flexible attitude. Learn more online or email Matt for more info!
Each month, St. John’s publishes The Messenger. This monthly newsletter contains news and information about happenings at the Church, resources for learning, and other important items. Continue reading
The Thrivent/Habitat for Humanity Build Site on October 5th-9th at John’s Island, S.C., near Charleston. Group includes St. John’s members Matt Conn-Co-Leader, Don & Jean Bair, Bob & Elaine Myers. Others are from Trinity Lutheran, Mt. Joy, PA; and states including Minnesota, Nebraska and Colorado. For information on future builds, please visit Matt Conn’s Building Change web site.
Meditation & Mediterranean is the name of an alternative worship experience on the 1st and 3rd Sunday evenings at our partner church Grace Lutheran followed by food and drink at Olivia’s restaurant. This new meditative service will be in the style of the ecumenical community of Taize, France.
This is the Littlestown Lutheran Partnership’s Taize Eucharist, which is immediately followed by dessert or beverage at Olivia’s Restaurant next-door.
“M&M” will be held on the 1st & 3rd Sunday evenings this fall. All are invited, especially young people and those who may appreciate a different, more meditative style of worship.