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Invitation to Stacey-Kyle's Ordination

 


 

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You are invited to the Ordination of 

Stacey-Kyle Stephens Rea 

   
With gratitude for God's grace and your prayerful support,
we are pleased to invite you to the ordination of
Stacey-Kyle Stephens Rea
to the ministry of Word and Sacrament in the
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
 and
 Installation as Pastor of St. John's Lutheran Church, Folcroft
 

 
Date: Saturday, May 19 at 10 AM
Place: St. John's Lutheran Church, 1500 Glen Avenue, Folcroft, PA  19032
 
A lunch reception will follow.
Kindly R.S.V.P. to PastorSKRea@gmail.com by May 10, 2012.


The Reverend Claire S. Burkat, Bishop of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Synod, officiating.
Your prayers and presence are requested.
All ordained, commissioned and consecrated ministers are welcome to join in the procession.
Clergy: red stoles
  
Skyle has been called by St. John's Lutheran Church in Folcroft, PA, a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. (ELCA) St. John's began as a mission church in early 1934 in the old public school building on Folcroft Avenue. It was chartered with 66 charter members on October 7 of that year. The present building was dedicated in 1949, and the educational-wing extension in 1962. Today, the people of St. John's serve enthusiastically with the following mission: Celebrating God's love through fellowship, service, care and acceptance of all God's people.

For more information on St. John's: http://www.pages.drexel.edu/~ls42/mission.html

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