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HELLO TO OUR NEW PASTOR! We warmly welcome our new pastor of the St. John’s-Idlewylde Cooperative Parish, Reverend Dr. Nick Bufano. Before his appointment with us, he served as the pastor of the Jarrettsville-Ayres Chapel Cooperative Parish since 2009.
HELLO TO OUR NEW PASTOR! We warmly welcome our new pastor of the St. John’s-Idlewylde Cooperative Parish, Reverend Dr. Nick Bufano. Before his appointment with us, he served as the pastor of the Jarrettsville-Ayres Chapel Cooperative Parish since 2009. We also welcome his wife Joy, daughters Alison and Gabriela, and son Joshua. Pastor Nick graduated from Lancaster Theological Seminary with a Doctor of Ministry degree and completed his Masters of Divinity at Lancaster, with a concentration in Spiritual Direction. He was ordained a Full...read more
Find a bargain and say hello to friends and neighbors! Enjoy a strawberry shortcake while you’re here! All proceeds benefit worthy mission causes supported by the United Methodist Women.read more
Huge thanks to reporter, Devin Bartolotta! Here’ the link to the story: Lutherville Church Celebrates 150 Years Of Sunday Servicesread more
Thank you to Towson University Swim Club members who participated in the Big Event in the Community on April 13, 2019. Olivia, Anna, Connor, Erin, Nate, Leah and Dom planted a flower garden in our front church bed, weeded, mulched and raked leaves for St. John’s United Methodist Church in Lutherville.read more
You are invited to attend our Good Friday Worship Service. Members of St. John’s and our sister church, Idlewylde UMC, will be the “Living Tenebrae”. The word “tenebrae” comes from the Latin meaning “darkness.” The Tenebrae is an ancient Christian Good Friday service that makes use of gradually diminishing light through the extinguishing of candles to symbolize the events of that week from the triumphant Palm Sunday entry through Jesus’ burial. This increasing darkness symbolizes the approaching...read more
Travel to the Holy Land with Adam Hamilton to explore the last day of Jesus’ life. Tuesday Evenings 7:00 p.m. and Wednesday Afternoons 2:00 p.m. All are welcome! Join us in the Youth Room on the first floor.read more
Remembering Christ’s death on the cross. Good Friday is good because Christ showed His great love for man, and purchased him for every blessing.read more
Hey early birds! Set your clock for Daylight Savings time and join us in the Fellowship Hall at 8:15 a.m. to roll the dough. You can share and savor your hard work after the 9:30 a.m. Worship Service.read more