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Members of the congregation of St. John’s Lutheran Church, Emmaus, gathered May 6 for a brick ceremony at the Emmaus Remembrance Garden at Knauss Homestead. The congregation installed five bricks to honor the church. ABOVE: Among those attending the ceremony are, front from left, Rev. Fred S. Foerster, pastor emeritus and his wife Mary “Mimi” Foerster; Nancy Reimert, wife of Minister Emeritus Members of the congregation of St. John’s Lutheran Church, Emmaus, gathered May 6 for a brick ceremony at the Emmaus Remembrance Garden at Knauss Homestead. The congregation installed five bricks to honor the church. ABOVE: Among those attending the ceremony are, front from left, Rev. Fred S. Foerster, pastor emeritus and his wife Mary “Mimi” Foerster; Nancy Reimert, wife of Minister Emeritus
PRESS PHOTOS BY APRIL PETERSONSt. John’s Lutheran Church is recognized with five bricks on the church path at the Emmaus Remembrance Garden. The path recognizes churches in the borough and the inaugural bricks were placed in October 2017 honoring Bethel Bible Fellowship Church, Emmaus Moravian Church and St. Matthew’s E.C. Church. PRESS PHOTOS BY APRIL PETERSONSt. John’s Lutheran Church is recognized with five bricks on the church path at the Emmaus Remembrance Garden. The path recognizes churches in the borough and the inaugural bricks were placed in October 2017 honoring Bethel Bible Fellowship Church, Emmaus Moravian Church and St. Matthew’s E.C. Church.

St. John’s Lutheran Church hold special ceremony at the Emmaus Remembrance Garden

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