Announcement:

As of 3/4/15, The Eagle Monthly Newsletter for March has not been delivered.  Every attempt is being made to locate it.  There is a copy in the narthex to read and a .pdf version will soon be available.

As always, our website contains much of the same information such as Pastor's Page, Upcoming Events and the calendar.

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    391 Mount Hope Rd      Middletown, NY 10940
 (845) 342-1963
 Rev. Peter A. Rustico
Pastor@StJohnsMiddletown.org
St. John's Lutheran Church    
Rev. Peter A. Rustico
Worship Schedule
The center of our life as a congregation is our worship of God, Whom we know as the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.  Our worship is focused on the Word of God and the Holy Sacraments of Baptism and the Lord’s Supper.  We gather together for prayer, praise and thanksgiving on Sundays and many other occasions. 


Worship Schedule

Regular Worship
Sunday 9 AM  & 11 AM  
(Now through June 2015)

Sunday School 9 AM
Age 3 through Grade 8

Summer Worship
Sunday 9:30 AM & Saturday 5:30 PM

Festival Worship, Christmas, Easter and other Holy Days


Adult Bible Study
Wednesdays 6:30 PM &
1st & 3rd Wednesdays 10:30 AM

Lenten Prayer Wednesday 12:00 Noon and 7:30 PM
Click on Worship / Ministry Page for more information

Upcoming Schedule of Events
DATE TIME EVENT
3/4 10:30 AM Bible Study
  12:00 PM WORSHIP
  6:30 PM Bible Study
  7:30 PM WORSHIP
3/5 8:30 AM Morning Prayer
  11:00 AM Funeral for June Simpson
  1:00 PM Seniors
  7:00 PM Choir Rehearsal
3/8 9:00 & 11:00 AM WORSHIP
  9:00 AM Sunday School
  10:00 AM Youth Choir Rehearsal
  10:15 AM Altar Guild & Luther League Meetings
  3:00 PM GMIFC CHOIR FESTIVAL
3/9 9:00 AM Crafts Group
3/10 8:30 AM Morning Prayer
  7:00 PM Confirmation
3/11 12:00 PM WORSHIP
  6:30 PM Bible Study
  7:30 PM WORSHIP
3/12 8:30 AM Morning Prayer
  7:00 PM Choir
3/13 6:00 PM Men's Fellowship
3/15 9:00 & 11:00 AM WORSHIP
  9:00 AM Sunday School
  10:00 AM Youth Choir Rehearsal
  10:15 AM Outreach Committee Meeting
  3:00 PM Promenade Service
3/16 9:00 AM Crafts Group
     Happy St. Patrick's Day!
3/17 8:30 AM Morning Prayer
  7:00 PM Confirmation Class
3/18 10:30 AM Bible Study
  12:00 PM WORSHIP
  6:30 PM Bible Study
  7:30 PM WORSHIP
3/19 8:30 AM Morning Prayer
  1:00 PM Seniors
  7:00 PM Choir Rehearsal
  7:30 PM Church Council
FRIDAY
3/20
5:30 -
7:30 PM
FISH 'N CHIPS DINNER
3/22 9:00 & 11:00 AM WORSHIP
  9:00 AM Sunday School
  Between Services Congregation Meeting / Vote on Proposed Resolution
  Coffee Hour Pie & Bake Sale to Benefit Wounded Warrior Project
  10:00 AM Youth Choir Rehearsal
3/23 9:00 AM Crafts Group
3/24 8:30 AM Morning Prayer
  7:00 PM Confirmation Class
3/25 12:00 PM WORSHIP
  6:30 PM Bible Study
  7:30 PM WORSHIP
3/26 8:30 AM Morning Prayer
  7:00 PM Choir
  7:30 PM Deacons
3/28 3:00 -
7:00 PM
SPAGHETTI SUPPER
    HOLY WEEK
3/29 9:00 & 11:00 AM WORSHIP (Palm Sunday)
  9:00 AM Sunday School
  10:00 AM Youth Choir
MISSION STATEMENT

It is the purpose of the congregation to engage as many persons as will share its confession of faith in a fellowship of:

Worship             Learning            Witness             Service

Enabling the Word of God in Jesus Christ to work in their lives together and individually, including relationships with other Christian Fellowships and social institutions within the community, reaching out to the work of the Synod and the church at large, in response to the mission directive of our Lord Jesus Christ.

LUTHERANS:

  • Are a part of the one, holy, catholic and apostolic Church of Jesus Christ.
  • Are the largest protestant denomination in the world.
  • Base their faith on God’s word- the Bible.
  • Confess the Holy Trinity as taught in the Apostles’ and Nicene Creeds.
  • Believe that we are saved by God’s grace through Jesus Christ, and not our own good works.
  • Believe that God comes to us through the Word and the Sacraments within the community of God’s people.
  • Stress Christian Education for all baptized children of God.
  • Regard the congregation as a community in Christ, not simply another social organization.
  • Feel a close relationship with all Christians throughout the world.
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