Sunday, October 28 from 12:15 to 2:30 p.m. at Lynnhurst UCC Middle and high school youth will head to Lynnhurst UCC after fellowship hour for lunch and board games with other local churches. Youth should bring their favorite board games (labeled with their name) and $5 for pizza. Email Amy with questions.
"Doing Music" is good for soul, mind, and body. Come, share the gift of music! Rehearsals continue October Wednesday evenings: St. John’s Choir—each Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. St. John’s Brass—Oct. 10, 17 & 24 at 6:45 p.m. St. John’s Bells—Oct. 10 at 6:00 p.m. (No groups will rehearse on Halloween, Oct. 31) See St. John's Calendar for more rehearsal dates. Let Sam Grace know if you are interested and/or have questions about music at St. John’s.
CHI RHO CENTER October News St. Albert's The Great Church ladies group arrives out at camp on the 5th of October-Oct. 7th to gather for church-related activities and planning. This will be a group of 20 to 30 ladies who have attended several camps over the years. They have used our facility the past few years now and enjoy the quiet gathering and fall weather. On the 12th of October-Oct.14th, we host a women's retreat focused on life and relaxation. On Saturday the 20th, my family is holding a benefit for me in the lodge to help fund my medical [...]
Homework House Tuesdays from 3:10-5 p.m. Middle and high school students can hang out with friends from the community every Tuesday in the lounge to work on homework. *No Homework House on Tuesday, December 25 or January 1 (Winter Break)
Drop-In (St. John’s Youth Group) Wednesdays during Advent: 5 p.m. dinner, 6 p.m. worship This month we’ll be joining the Advent services for our Wednesday night time together. *No Drop-In on Wednesday, December 26 or January 2 (Winter Break)
During the 2018-19 school year, St. John’s will continue to provide 15 backpacks of food to be given to Justice Page Middle School families. Some changes have been made in the requested food list this fall. To avoid making the backpacks too heavy for students to carry, we are asking folks to choose food packets and plastic when possible. Food items include: peanut butter, packets of tuna and chicken (lighter weight than the cans), cans of chunky soup/stew, canned ravioli, boxes or packets of dried noodle soups ( again lighter than the cans), canned peaches, pears and pineapple, canned corn, apple sauce [...]
MUSIC SERIES: Bach and Rameau St. John’s Music Series and our worship team is excited to present Bach and Rameau, a morning of baroque music with period-style instruments featuring Seulgee Lee Nelson on harpsichord, SungAe Song, traverso (baroque flute), and Julie Elhard, viola da gamba. The trio will present a preview of their recital during worship on September 30. A brief recital will follow fellowship hour“Bach” up in the sanctuary at 11:45. All ages welcome!
‘WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE Reconciling in Christ?’ Great discussion. Thank you to our presenters!
On Friday, September 21, St. John's was well represented at the 2018 LSS Gala.
CHILD CARE CENTER Families of St. John’s Lutheran Church, Join us in sharing a love of reading with our studentsat St. John’s Child Care Center’s Scholastic BookFair during the week of September 18th. It’s a greatway to connect your kids with books they want to read! We are asking families to: *Visit our Fair to make your selections in person. *Consider purchasing a book for one of our class-rooms. Teacher “Wish Lists” will be posted at thefair. *You can also order books online (from 9/12-9/26) at: http://bookfairs.scholastic.com/homepage/ stjohnsccc Our Book Fair hours will be: Tuesday, September 18th from 7:30am-6:00pm Wednesday, [...]