The public is invited to St. John’s Easter breakfast, which will be served from 8 a.m. until the start of the worship service at 9 a.m. Come and enjoy a wonderful, full breakfast prior to the festive Easter worship service. Hope to see you on Easter!
Dear brothers and sisters in Christ,
Grace and peace to you from God our Father and from our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ! The Lord has seen fit to bring us some interesting times. What a comfort it is to remember that our hope is not for this life but for life everlasting! Jesus even now sits at the right hand of the Father and rules all things for the good of his people, the Church!
This time gives us all an opportunity to rethink our priorities and consider what truly matters. The leaders in all three churches have discussed what our ministry will look like during the current crisis. Considering God’s will for us in the 3rd, 4th, and 5th commandments, we have come to the following decisions.
- We will be cancelling our formal worship gatherings until further notice. In the meantime, Pastor Liebenow will continue to share sermons and Bible studies online, as well as on the radio, Saturday mornings at 8:00am on Frog Country 101.5 along with Pastor Steve Lehmann. As we have many members who do not have internet, Pastor will also regularly mail sermons and devotional materials to our members. Please inform Pastor Liebenow about your best contact information and your preferred way of receiving our ministry materials.
- If you would like to meet with Pastor individually or with your family for the Lord’s Supper or any other reason, Pastor Liebenow will continue to have office hours at St. John’s from 7:30am-11:30am and 12:30pm-5pm Monday through Thursday. You can call or just show up.
- To continue supporting our ministry, offerings can be mailed to the churches or dropped off at St. John’s in the black lock box just inside the raised doors. Best to use checks for the time being.
Pastor Liebenow and the congregations will do their best to keep in contact with you throughout this situation. Do not hesitate to reach out if there is any way we can serve you or be praying for you!
Church Phone: 715.524.3337. Pastor’s Cell: 586.651.7304
YouTube at Northwoods TriPastor
Facebook at Northwoods TriParish
St. John’s mailing address: PO Box 558, Florence, WI 54121
St. Mark’s mailing address: PO Box 607, Stambaugh, MI 49964
Pearl Tatosky and her daughter Cindy (both quarantined in Iron County Care Facility),
Diane Borske (quarantined in Iron County Care Facility)
Larry and Shirley Romanek (recovering from car accident)
Larry Hoya (thanksgiving for recovery from sickness)
Ruth Callow (quarantined in Florence Healthcare Services)
Your brothers and sisters from St. John’s, St. Mark’s, and St. Paul’s are praying for you.
Pastor Jason Liebenow
We’ve started a new Bible study on why we as Christians go to church. Is it necessary? What’s the benefit of it? We’ll dig into all these questions from the Bible.
If you’re not able to make it to our regular Bible study time, feel free to watch the Bible study videos on YouTube.
Click HERE to see the full playlist.
Ever wondered what the Bible is all about? Ever tried to explain Christianity to a friend? This video is a simple explanation to help you get started digging into the Bible.
Click here – The Bible’s Main Point
St. John’s on Olive Ave. in Florence is opening its doors this Saturday December 1 for an open house from 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. It is also offering free child care for those shopping at “Christmas in Florence” at Florence High School. Feel free to drop off your children, ages 1 – 11, at St. John’s while you shop. Playtime, story time and refreshments will be provided. St. John’s is located next to the high school and library.
We completed our Reading through Romans online video bible study.
Here is a link to the full playlist on YouTube – Click here
We will work at getting recorded sermons online along with the sermon copies posted on our website. Click here to visit the YouTube channel.
We will be changing the service time at St. Paul’s in Tipler. Previously, it has been on Saturday at 4:30pm. As of July 16th, it will be Sunday at 7:15am.
May 29th will be Rev Zeratsky’s last Sunday conducting regular worship for the Tri-Parish. The churches have agreed to have one joint service at St. John’s in Florence at 9:00 am with a meal to follow. We hope to see you there!