“God is light; In him there is no darkness...”
[1 John 1:5]
We warmly welcome you to be a member of our multicultural church family. Regardless of your race, ethnicity, gender, age, sexual orientation, marital status, social or economic state, physical or mental challenge, and whether you are confident or questioning your faith, you are invited to be a part of our community. We offer opportunities through the week for worship, study, service, and fellowship.
As Lutheran Christians, we are a people centered not in judgment, but in God's unconditional grace through Jesus Christ. Our tradition is one of ongoing renewal and reform in the church, through the power of the Holy Spirit. We invite you to make Apostles Lutheran Church your home and to participate actively in our mission to share God's unconditional love and tell the story of Jesus to all.
10:00AM Indoors Worship & Communion
ALL are welcome!
† APOSTLES’ LUTHERAN CHURCH MISSION STATEMENT†
God’s purpose for the church is to witness to his grace, forgiveness, compassion and justice. We fulfill this purpose by serving and caring for our local and global communities.
Fall and Winter Sock and Blanket Drive
We are collecting new (or gently used) socks and blankets to distribute to those in need when we visit Philadelphia each month. This clothing drive will continue throughout the cold months so there can be a steady flow of warm clothing going to those who are living without proper shelter. There will be baskets in the narthex each week for your donations.
Please join Pastor Pete for Evening Prayer and fellowship on Wednesdays 7:00PM on Zoom.
Join us as we proclaim the Risen Christ!
WOMEN OF THE ELCA: 12:30PM on 2nd
Tuesdays Meet for fellowship & ministry
at Apostles, Turnersville
FOOD PANTRY: 2nd and 4th Thursdays
food distribution from 1PM - 3PM at
For all other events see the Happenings page*
Sunday school is meeting each Sunday this fall. Children are dismissed after Holy Communion and will meet for 20-30 minutes during the coffee fellowship. Children of all ages are welcome! Contact Pastor or Laura with any questions.
Next week’s lesson will be about Jesus’ parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector — and what lessons it can teach us about blind arrogance vs. faithful humility.