Some of our members cannot attend regular worship services due to age, infirmity, or other reasons. Our pastors will provide visitation to those in the area who cannot make it to church, providing company, conversation, prayers and communion when requested.
if you know someone who would appreciate a visit from one of our pastors, please contact the church office by email email@example.com or by phone at 215-855-5489 or speak with Pastor Sue after worship.
Visitation is an important part of pastoral care. It helps keeps our home-bound members connected to the church and to God. Pastor Sue has often told the story of visiting elderly members whose have lost much of their memory to age or disease. But when she asks them to recite the 23rd Psalm with her, they can all remember the familiar words they learned so long ago by heart – “The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want…!”
St. John’s Flower Ministry
Also, if you know of someone locally who could use a special “cheering up” by receiving one of our chancel flower arrangements, please contact the church office by Friday morning so this information can be passed along to our Chancel Flower Ministry team, who deliver the flowers after worship. There are two arrangements each week, so we cannot guarantee who will receive them, depending on the special needs of our congregation that week. The flowers are usually delivered Sunday after the 10:15 am service or by Monday, and many of our delivery team members take time to visit with the person receiving the flowers if they desire a visit. If you would like to serve on the Flower Ministry team, please ask one of our pastors for information.
Above: June Hendricks, a longtime St. John’s member, receives our altar flowers for her 92nd birthday of June 1, 2015. June is a resident of the personal care unit at Brittany Pointe in Lansdale.
Ecclesiasticus 7.35: “Do not hesitate to visit the sick, because for such deeds you will be loved.”
New in 2017: Special Ministry for Persons Registered Under Megan’s Law