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Sunday, July 5, 2020
CONTRIBUTED PHOTOSSt. John’s Lutheran Church, 501 Chestnut St., Emmaus, is offering Sunday services online since the church has suspended all worship services and church activities until at least June 1. “St. John’s has a responsibility to the members of the church and to the members of our community. We will do our part to deter the spread of this deadly virus,” Rev. Jeffrey S. Carstens said. CONTRIBUTED PHOTOSSt. John’s Lutheran Church, 501 Chestnut St., Emmaus, is offering Sunday services online since the church has suspended all worship services and church activities until at least June 1. “St. John’s has a responsibility to the members of the church and to the members of our community. We will do our part to deter the spread of this deadly virus,” Rev. Jeffrey S. Carstens said.
Rev. Jeffrey S. Carstens said by canceling worship services and all other church activities, and by closing the church doors to all outside groups, “we are showing our community that we take the threat of the coronavirus seriously and are doing our part to minimize the risk of spreading the virus.” For more information on services or to view past services and messages, visit www.stjohnsemmaus.org. Rev. Jeffrey S. Carstens said by canceling worship services and all other church activities, and by closing the church doors to all outside groups, “we are showing our community that we take the threat of the coronavirus seriously and are doing our part to minimize the risk of spreading the virus.” For more information on services or to view past services and messages, visit www.stjohnsemmaus.org.

St. John’s Lutheran Church offers online services due to COVD-19

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