Feast of Justice is a ministry operated out of St. John’s Lutheran Church in northeast Philadelphia. All though we operate out of St. John’s, we are a cooperative effort of community churches, companies and individuals. Our mission is to support the community by transforming the lives of its residents. We provide a wide range of programs to individuals and families such as:
Life skills for all ages
Compassion-filled love and hospitality
Find out more at www.feastofjustice.org
Rhawnhurst Turning Point is a non-profit joint mission venture started between Rhawnhurst Presbyterian and Redemption Lutheran Churches, located at 7812 Castor Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19153. RTP provides a center for youth and young adults where they can learn, grow, serve and have fun in a safe environment, supported by caring volunteers and Christian staff.
Visit the RTP site to learn more about the Summer programs.
Learn more at www.rhawnhurstturningpoint.com
Hope's Table is hosted at St. Timothy's on the third Saturday of each month. We provide a community lunch, which is open to anyone who would like to join us. We are currently serving around 25 people each month but always have plenty of food to accommodate more guests.
Welcome Home is a ministry of Prince of Peace Lutheran Church and Lutheran Children and Family Service. The mission of Welcome Home is to help refugees get settled and feel welcome when they arrive in Philadelphia. We do this by greeting them at the airport and bringing them to the Welcome Home house in the Lawncrest neighborhood of Philadelphia. Our new friends will stay in Welcome Home for a few weeks until they are more familiar with American culture. Our goal is to make refugee resettlement successful by helping with each step until the families are able to manage on their own.
Interfaith Hospitality Network is committed to helping homeless families in our community to achieve lasting independence. We began serving families in Northeast Philadelphia in 2012 with the help of Faith Lutheran Church. Our goal is to provide the programs and services necessary to address the underlying causes of homelessness and to return our client families to a self-sustaining life.
Paul’s Run is a Continuous Care Retirement Community. Since 1981, we have been the top choice among many Southeastern Pennsylvania and Northeast Philadelphia residents looking for an elegant retirement community that is as active and dignified as they are.
Our community is a place where you or your loved ones can retire and have all of your needs met without sacrificing the feeling of independence or the comforts of home.
Learn more at www.paulsrun.org
Lydia's Closet, located at St. Petri Hope, provides gently used clothing for anyone in need. Clothing can be dropped off on Monday's from 10 a.m. until noon. Shopping at Lydia's Closet is from 3-6 p.m. on Wednesdays. For more information, contact Denise Page at pageverizon.net.
3101 Tyson Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19149
Preschool Classes for 3 & 4-year old toilet trained children.
(by September 1st)
9am-1pm – 2 DAY CLASS (3-year-old)
9am-1pm - 3-DAY CLASS (4-year-old)
845am-245pm- FULL DAY- 3 & 5 day 4-year-old)
BEFORE AND AFTER CARE AVAILABLE
*We Accept CCIS Families* Please Call (215)333-1560 to see if you are eligible for tuition assistance
God’s Grace Lutheran Community Bible Study Classes. All classes meet at St John’s on Tyson Ave.
Wednesdays, 9:30 am, Room A,
Wednesdays, 7pm, Room A
Sundays, 9:30am, Room A
St. David's Lutheran Church, 9169 Academy Rd., Phila., Pa. 19114 has openings for their 2017-2018 school year. Children must be 3 years old by September 1, 2017 for the 2 day program. The program is Monday and Friday mornings 9:00-11:30 a.m. Children must be 4 years old by September 1, 2017 for the 3 day program. The program is Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings 9:00-11:30 a.m. For more information call the school 215-333-3045 or email us firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you 18 to 30 years old? Do you need to be refilled? Come join us at THE WELL! This is a group of college and career aged folk who want to have honest and open conversation about faith and modern life, a place for laughing, crying and commiserating, a place for fun and encouragement!
Meet at The Well every 3rd Friday of the month at Redemption LC @ 730 (8001 Bustleton Ave.) Come to the Well. It's a place for the spiritually thirsty. It's also a place where you can come and thirst no more. It's a place for sinners to sit and speak with Jesus. It's a place where transformation happens.
We are in desperate need of people who can help unload weekly deliveries from Philabundance and local business. Deliveries are typically received Monday and Thursday mornings, and Friday afternoons. It involves lifting boxes up to 50 pounds and moving pallets. If you are able to volunteer during any of the above times, or even just once a month, that would be a huge help. Contact Janette at FoJ (email@example.com) for more information or to sign up to help.
OF LUTHERAN CHURCHES
Minimum of a high school education. Proficient in the use of a personal computer, Microsoft Office Suite, and Quick Books. Also, demonstrates good interpersonal telephone communication and people skills. This position includes bookkeeping duties.
The Administrative Assistant will perform secretarial duties for the Pastor. Type, proofread, and make copies of the bulletins for all regular and special worship services. Compile information and prepare the newsletter. Prepare electronic and postal mailings.Receive phone calls and manage calendar for church activities.Have the ability to maintain confidentiality in all situations.
Part time position available immediately sixteen (16) hours per week, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Monday through Thursday.
If interested in applying please send resume to church email at:
or church office at:
St. David’s Evangelical Lutheran Church
9169 Academy Road
Philadelphia, PA 19114
Diakonia is a 2-year education and faith formation program for laity in the ELCA. It gives you time with God through prayer, a series of courses, and opportunities for practical ministry.There are 6 courses per year including Introduction to the New Testament,Introduction to the Old Testament, Church History, Practical Ministry (Biblical Images and Communicating the Gospel), Lutheran Creeds, Daily Life of a Christian, Lutheran Faith,Christian Doctrine, Christian Worship, and Christian Ethics.Courses are taught by pastors and/or lay professionals particularly skilled in that area of instruction or ministry.The program in the Northeast Conference meets on Tuesday evenings at 7pm beginning in September and running through mid-May with breaks for Christmas and Easter.Tuition is $360/year and financial aid is available.Beginning this year, if you are interested in a single class, rather than the full 2-year, 12 course program, you are welcome to join us for that class.Price per course is $60. Interested? Contact Dorothy Wilson,firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you in 9th – 12th grade? Then come join the C.R.E.W!
We’ll be meeting monthly to grow in our faith and have fun together! This is a space where you will be encouraged, empowered, equipped and embraced for who you are!
We will meet every 4th Friday of the month at Redemption Lutheran Church (8001 Bustleton Avenue – use Bustelton Ave. door) in the youth lounge.
Come join the C.R.E.W (Christians, Ready, Equipped and Willing) you are welcome here! questions? Call Pastor Dana 215-342-2085 Or email email@example.comType your paragraph here.
During the month of September, the conference will be praying for St. Paul's, which is located in the Olney section of Philadelphia. Please pray for the leadership of St. Paul's as they make difficult decisions regarding the future of their church, and also for Pastor Kopp, as looks ahead to his retirement in October
NORTH EAST WEST CONFERENCE
Shine in the love of God's grace, every day.
At North East West Conference of Lutheran Churches, it's our mission to help you explore your relationship with God and improve those meaningful relationships in your family life.
Prayer is a powerful way that we build community. In 2012, we started praying for a different group in the conference every month, and we asked that each congregation remember this congregation during the prayers of the people each Sunday morning. In this way we pray together for our brothers and sisters in the conference each week.