On Sunday, April 26, the 10:30 am worship was a contemporary service held in Luther Hall. Luther Hall was filled to capacity. A praise band, multimedia use, children’s participation, and more were the hallmarks of the service. This offering was in response to the request for worship variety as expressed in the fall dessert meetings and was intended to be an experiment so that we have some experience in a very different worship format.
Prior to the service, members of the congregation listened to the pastor talk about contemporary worship and heard some of the music that will be used.

Bishop Younan

The installation of The Rev. Dr. Duane C. Pederson was  held  Sunday,  November  15. The Southern  Conference  Dean  of  the  New  England Synod,  Rev.  Marjo  Anderson, lead  the installation,  and  Rev. Mark  Lingle,  Rector  of  St. Francis Episcopal Church of Stamford preached. Everyone enjoyed a reception after the service.

Bishop Younan

Wish LIst

Gray Farms Nursery School welcomed a new class of Juniors (3-year-olds) and returning Seniors (4-year-olds) on the first day of school Wednesday, September 16. Back to school themes, such as “All About Me,” a special visit from a Belltown fire engine, and an outing to the St. John’s pumpkin patch, are among the many highlights scheduled for the first weeks of school.

Gray Farms Nursery School was established in 1954 as a community outreach of St. John’s Lutheran Church. Licensed by the state of Connecticut, Gray Farms provides a high-quality, pre-school experience in a warm, caring and safe environment, both indoors and outdoors.

For more information about the school, check out their website grayfarmsnurseryschool.org, or contact Director, Debbie Heins at (203) 322-8787 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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