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(901) 726-4104
1207 Peabody Ave. Memphis, TN 38104
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Sunday Worship Service at 10:50am

The Way -- A service of Recovery

Fridays at 6:00pm

Sunday School at 9:30am

(901) 726-4104
1207 Peabody Ave.
Memphis, TN 38104
Sunday Services

Sunday School -9:30 AM

Sunday Worship–10:50 AM

The Way

Friday evening service begins at 6:00 PM.

Blog

20
Apr

Drawing the Circle Wide - Report of the Welcoming Task Force

By:  Kathy Barker

“I am the church, you are the church, we are the church together . . . All who follow Jesus, all around the world, yes, we’re the church together!”

If you’ve attended worship for the last couple of months, you’ve witnessed as Zach has led our children in discovering what it takes to build a Just Church: a community that celebrates that God knows us by name and claims us, a safe place for everyone to express their feelings, a community that shares what we have, a community of new beginnings, a community that reminds us that when we leave the church building we enter God’s world to continue to do God’s work, a community that continues to make the circle wider to intentionally welcome all. Clearly, this message of what church should be is a good reminder for all folks at St. John’s, children and adults alike.

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06
Apr

Hungering for Justice

By:  Rev. Rebekah Gienapp

“He has told you, O mortal, what is good,” Micah 6:8 reminds us. “And what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?”

It was clear in the Social Justice series that St. John’s held in February that there is a hunger within our church for doing justice. Our involvement in so many ministries of mercy and kindness put us in touch with vulnerable people every week, people who need us to raise our voices with theirs. As we watch the nightly news or scroll down our Facebook feeds, we can become overwhelmed with the number of new attacks being made on our brothers and sisters who are immigrants, refugees, Muslims, people of color, LGBT, or poor. 

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