St. John's Lutheran Church

Mission Driven

Along with the North American Lutheran church, We believe that the mission of the Church is to preach the Gospel and to make disciples for Christ. We believe that making disciples in our congregations, in our communities and nations, and around the world must be a priority of the Church in the present age. Through our actions, prayers, and financial support, St. John's strives to support missions locally, nationally, and internationally.

International Missions:
St. John's is currently helping to support Pastor Didi Panzo.  Pastor Panzo - Democratic Republic of the Congo. 

National Missions:
Mission Trip - Members of St. John's annually sends workers to areas of the United States that have been devastated by hurricanes, floods, or tornadoes, as well as economically distressed areas, to provide rebuilding assistance.  Recent trips have included Mississippi (Hurricane Katrina); Alabama (tornado relief); and the Appalachian region.

New Congregation Mission Support - We are currently supporting a new NALC congregation in the Cleveland area as they faithfully continue to grow.  Journey of Faith Lutheran Church is a new mission church is North Ridgeville OH. See more about them at:  http://journeyoffaithchurch.com

Local Missions:

Montpelier See and Do Club (whose purpose is supplying goods to the poor).
Contact them at (419) 485-3777.   Helping Hand Food Pantry 419-485-5575 or 419-485-3311.

Lutheran Filling Home (a Lutheran-affiliated, non-profit, faith-based provider of services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families). Contact them at www.fillinghome.org

NALC Disaster Response provides assistane for a natural disaster that strikes a NALC church, their community, or in an area where the congregation is able to or desires to provide assistance:  respond rapidly when domestic natural disasters occur, alleviate transitional assistance, enable those affected to begin the rebuilding process.  Contact the NALC Disaster Response Coordinator, Mary Bates (740-509-1132); disasterresponse@thenalc.org  

AA (a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism). Contact them at www.aa.org

Al-Anon (offering strength and hope for friends and families of problem drinkers). 
Contact them at www.al-anon.alateen.org

Montpelier Ministerial Association (an association of Montpelier area clergy helping needy and transient persons). 

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