WELCOME- REMEMBER GOD HAS THIS

We are glad you have chosen to spend a few moments visiting with us.
Please look around and discover a little bit about us.
Jerusalem Evangelical Lutheran Church has been privileged to share the Good News of the Lord Jesus Christ in this place for nearly two centuries. Our hope is that all persons will feel loved and welcomed here.

THIS WEEK’S LITURGY READINGS AND BULLETIN:

February 21, 2021  – First Sunday in Lent

First Reading: Genesis 9:8-17

Psalm 25:1-10

Second Reading: 1 Peter 3:18-22

Gospel: Mark 1:9-15

2 21 2021.1st Sunday in Lent

Our service will be led by Vicar Justin Marx, please join us live in person or online at 9:30 AM via Facebook live by clicking the link below.

IN-PERSON & VIRTUAL LIVE STREAMED WORSHIP SERVICES -SUNDAYS 9:30 AM

We will be holding both in-person and live streaming of our worship service.  Live streaming will be available through Facebook live on our Facebook page. Link available below. Pre recorded service will also be available on our sermon page  following the service for viewing at own leisure time.

Please click the link below to follow us live

https://www.facebook.com/jelcsville

If you are in need of pastoral care please contact the church office at 610-287-7104 or email at jelcsecretary@verizon.net

We pray you will be aware of God’s loving presence with you this day.

 

 

Welcome to JELC

Jerusalem Evangelical Lutheran Church has been privileged to bring people together to hear and live The Good News of the Lord Jesus Christ for nearly two centuries.

We hope you will join us. You may just find the church family you’ve been seeking.

Jerusalem Lutheran has a diverse congregation of young families, mid-lifers and seniors. Come worship with us and learn more.

“Faith is God’s work in us. It changes us and makes us to be born anew of God. This faith is a living, busy, active, mighty thing. It is impossible for it not to be doing good works incessantly. Faith is a living, daring confidence in God’s grace, so sure and certain that believers would stake their lives on it a thousand times.”

Martin Luther (1483-1546)