About St. John's Lutheran Church of Cedarbrook

A LOVING AND OPEN COMMUNITY FOR ALL AGES INCLUDING MULTI-GENERATIONS OF FAMILIES AND NEWCOMERS CENTERED IN CHRIST SEEKING TO SERVE

Lord, you have been our dwelling place throughout all generations.
— Psalm 90:1

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worship & Other information

St. John’s Lutheran Church of Cedarbrook (ELCA) in Aitkin, Minnesota is a friendly Christian community where we welcome others to join us in our 8:30AM Sunday worship and service to God. All believers and seekers are invited to join us and see what God is doing at St. John’s Lutheran Church of Cedarbrook. Along with Bethesda of Rossburg, St. John’s is a part of Faith Lutheran Parish. (Image Source)

Location & Directions

A beautiful country church nestled under the tall pines, the church is not the building; the church is the people who gather to sing praises, listen to the gospel proclaimed in word and sacrament, offer prayers, grow in faith and then go out to share the Good News of Jesus Christ and serve our neighbors.

For God’s love, mercy and faithfulness across the generations for over 125 years we say: “Thanks be to God!” Come join us for worship, fellowship and service for all ages.

 

St. John's Lutheran of Cedarbrook Calendar & Announcements

 

 

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God has blessed this congregation, for which we give our thanks and prayers. We welcome all to the “Church in the Pines” to worship with us, to grow in faith and to serve others.

 

 

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT ST. JOHN OF CEDARBROOK

For me, St. John’s simply means “my church home.” It is a community of family and friends who join together in their faith. It is where I am made to feel as if I am a part of something special, a child of God.
St John’s of Cedarbrook is a place of community where members care about each other. It’s a place of friendliness, where strangers soon become friends. And it’s a place where we come together to worship the Triune God—with the assurance that we are saved by grace.
St. John’s has been a place of worship for my family for seven generations.
A friendly, welcoming place to worship and grow in my faith.
A place where my faith began.

Where I seek forgiveness.

Fellowship with my faith community.
I feel blessed when I leave. I feel welcome and part of a family here. I am learning the Bible all over again.