ST. JOHN EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH OF PALMER, KANSAS!
*Higher Things' devotion for the Second Sunday in Lent is from Mark 8:27-38; click here to read!
*Higher Things® is pleased to provide free daily devotions, called “Reflections” for youth and their families. These Reflections are centered in the Gospel of Jesus Christ and are based upon each day’s texts from the weekly readings in the one-year lectionary and from Luther’s Small Catechism. They are offering Daily Reflections for Advent through Epiphany and Epiphany through Transfiguration. They are available as a printable booklet or scrolling online.
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A FAMILY OF FAITH UNITED TO GROW, SERVE, AND SHARE THE LOVE OF GOD'S SON JESUS CHRIST.
Since 1878 St. John Ev. Lutheran Church of rural Palmer has been a community of faith that was, is, and always will be firmly built on the foundation of God's Son Jesus Christ. This church is a member of Circuit 7, Kansas District of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod.
New Cross and Ball
From Campbellsville Industries Inc.:
A decorative gold leaf cross for St. John’s Lutheran Church in Palmer, Kansas. The cross was given a 23 ½ K gold lead finish and turned out beautifully. The cross mast is fabricated from 3” x 5” aluminum tube, is 6’-0” in height with a 20” diameter ball, and cross arms and vertical mast that come to a 4-way point. The cross has a much larger decorative base assembly that goes below the cross and ball and is not shown, as it was not a part of the gold leafing.
St. John Church Council
St. John Ev. Lutheran Church is served by the men and women of the church council. The church council is made up of the President, Vice President, Recording Secretary, Treasurer, Financial Secretary, the Board of Elders, the Board of Trustees, the Board of Education, and the Board of Evangelism Chairman. Learn more about who is serving and what they do on Church Council.
Edgar Fajen Memorial Fund
This fund is set up to assist members of St. John who are going into full time church work. It also includes opportunities for helping pay off church work student loan debt, assist members of Circuit 7 churches who are going into full time church work, and support education related projects by groups at St. John.
We ascribe to the Lutheran Confessions and believe the Bible is the sole authority and foundation of all the doctrines that we teach and confess. Please visit the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod's website to see a more detailed description of the Lutheran faith.