Welcome to Saint John On Line

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601 Washington Avenue, Carnegie, PA 15106

Phone: 412.279.2952 • Fax: 412.279.3476

We invite you to surf this site and discover what our ministry is all about. And if you’re in the Pittsburgh area, please join us as we worship and learn about our risen Savior, Jesus Christ!

Worship

Saturdays at 6:00 PM

Sundays at 8:15 and 11:00 AM

Our Lenten Journey – 2015

CAMA Noontime Services

Saint John will be hosting the Noon services sponsored by the Ministerium. Services will be held each Wednesday in Lent (there is no service in Holy Week). Worship will begin at 12:00 PM in the Sanctuary, with a light lunch in the Scheel Friendship Room immediately following the service. Our church will provide soup and beverages each week; the “Preacher’s church” will provide sandwiches and dessert.

Our Midweek Evening Services

Throughout Lent, we will be joining with Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, located on Bower Hill Road in Scott Township, for a mid-week series of discussions and prayer services entitled Conversations for Lent. The services will begin at approximately 7:30 PM, with a Soup Supper and “conversations” held at the “Host Church” beginning at 6:00 PM:

Wednesday, March 11th @ Good Shepherd

Conversation for Lent: We Are Church Together – What Does This Mean?”

Leader and Preacher: The Rev. Sarah Lee-Faulkner

Assistant to the Bishop, Southwestern PA Synod of the ELCA

Wednesday, March 18th @ Saint John

Conversation for Lent: We Are Church –
The ELCA’s Relationship with our Ecumenical Partners?”

Leader and Preacher: The Rev. Dr. Donald J. McCoid

Bishop-Emeritus, Southwestern PA Synod of the ELCA

Executive for Ecumenical and Inter-Religious Relations of the ELCA

Wednesday, March 25th @ Good Shepherd

Conversation for Lent: We Are Church for the Sake of the World –
What Does This Mean?”

Leader and Preacher: The Rev. Dr. Blair Morgan

Director for Evangelical Ministry, Southwestern PA Synod of the ELCA

Please join us on our Lenten Journey as we join with our sisters and brothers in Christ from Good Shepherd!

Church School

Sundays at 9:45 AM, with classes for ALL ages!

What does Saint John mean to me?

A testimonial video from some of our members

How To Find Us

Take the Parkway West (I-376) to the Carnegie exit (note: when coming from Pittsburgh, bear left at the Y towards Heidelberg). Continue to the end of the road, then turn left onto Washington Avenue. Our church is two blocks ahead on the left side of the road.

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