We are excited to announce that we will resume in-person worship this Sunday, January 17, at 10:00 AM The service will still be available online at Facebook, YouTube, and the church website. Either way, we invite you to worship with us!! God Bless and have a great weekend!
The Annual Congregational Meeting has been set for Sunday, January 31, pending COVID restrictions. The Annual meeting will begin in the sanctuary following the service approximately at 11:00 am. Mark your calendar and plan on attending. We will update you with any changes. Any questions, please email or call the office at 419-673-7278. Slate of
If you have any birthday, sympathy, get well, or cards of encouragement that you would like to donate to the church, that would be greatly appreciated. We like to send cards to people that we have information available. Thank you!
In my opening pages, I wrote about 2020 being difficult and focused on COVID. Another major topic of 2020 was the social unrest within our nation and around the world. From different areas, we heard calls for justice and reform. Sometimes those calls came with conflicting voices or goals in mind. Sometimes, calls for a
St. John’s Christmas Eve Candlelight Service will be December 24 at 9:30 PM in person and online. If you attend in person, please wait for an usher to seat you to ensure social distancing protocols are followed. The service will also be available online: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stjohnskentonohio Youtube: St. John’s Evangelical Church or the Church Kenton
CThe church building will remain closed on Sundays until January 17 due to ongoing health concerns. This will be reviewed at the January 14 board meeting. The ONE EXCEPTION will be that the church will be OPEN for the Christmas Eve Service at 9:30 PM on December 24. We ask that everyone who attends in
Currently not meeting due to COVID-19 Concerns We will provide updates as they are made.
The ongoing Community Men’s Bible Study meets Saturday mornings at 7:30 am at Our Place Family Restaurant
Van driver needed for the Wednesday Night Program a couple times a month from 5-7 pm when we restart the program. The church bus has been sold and now has a 12 passenger van that does not require a CDL to drive. Please see Jane Donnelly or the church office.
If you have borrowed a wheelchair from the church and no longer need it, please return or if you have one that you no longer use and would like to donate it, that would be appreciated. We used to have several to lend out to those in need. Any questions, please contact the church office.
We will be collecting food for Angels for the Elderly again this year. The mission committee created a suggested donations. Suggested items: Proteins (canned meat & peanut butter); Fruits and Vegetable (canned): Pre-made meals (spaghetti, tuna and noodle); and Personal care & paper products, laundry detergent. These items can be dropped off at the
November 15 – please place your stewardship commitment cards in the designated basket. If you are unable to return in person, please mail or drop off in the church office and mark envelope. These remain confidential and are only seen by Kay. These numbers help shape our budget and programs for 2021. Thank you for