Poinsettias will again adorn the chancel and narthex for our Christmas services. You may order plants after worship on Sunday, December 11 Or, if you prefer, you may provide the information below to the church office, by phone or by email and send payment to the church office. The cost will be $15 per poinsettia. Name: ________________________________ In Memory of: __________________________ In Honor of: ____________________________ Number of Poinsettias Ordered: ____________ Please check one: ___Pick-up ___For Homebound In order to meet our florist’s deadline, all poinsettia orders must be received no later than Tuesday, December 13 by noon.
Come to St. John's on Sundays during this season of Epiphany for worship with Holy Communion at 10:00 am followed by Fellowship.
Please join us on Wednesday, December 21 at 6:15 pm when our Caroling Service will be carried into the community visiting our homebound members. Then gather back at church at 8:00 pm for cookies and more singing. Everyone who likes to sing is welcome! Last year this event lots of fun. [/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]
Bring your favorite pre-made holiday cookie dough for a night of cookie-baking, decorating and plate-arranging (and likely some eating) on Friday, Dec. 16 at 5 p.m. We’ll have a pizza dinner and a Christmas movie for the kids, too. Cookie platters will be delivered to home-bound members during our Advent Caroling evening, Dec. 21.
Following the Children's Christmas Program, please stay for a potluck lunch in Fellowship Hall!
God is calling us into something new. The blessed part about this is that God still has purpose and meaning for us. The hard part about this is that something new means something different, which means change. And change can be really hard on us. We know that we cannot continue to do the same thing over and over again and expect a different result. And we cannot implement change just for the sake of change, either. So now what? Well, here’s what I believe: I believe that I am called to serve you, serve with you, shepherd you, and [...]