This has been a long year in many respects. One of the things it has given us is an appreciation for previous traditions as we wait for things to normalize once again. It should give us an appreciation for Advent and Christmas. The promises that Christ fulfilled were made in ancient times. Some people probably
Christmas Eve Service December 24 at 8 pm This year, the service will be a little different than in recent years. This evening will be narrated by God and include the children’s choir and youth members leading various parts of the service. Come back with us to a simpler time as we remember the Christmas
Next Sunday, November 14, we will be blessed by the UF Traveling Worship Team as they will lead the music. Let’s give them a warm welcome!
December 2 in the church fellowship hall. Doors will open at 5:00 pm to view the beautiful tables decorated by our hostesses. Dinner will be served at 6:30 pm with a cost of $20 per person with the proceeds to benefit Not By Choice of Hardin County. Deadline for tickets is Friday, November 26. Please
November 21 after the service- lunch provided
Youth ministry is selling Poinsettias for Christmas from New Leaf. Orders and money are due by Sunday, November 14. A variety of sizes, colors, and prices are available.
October 30 from 3-5 pm in the South Parking lot following the parade. Any cars participating must arrive by 2:30 pm and enter from the alley by the Kenton Times. Trunk or Treat Candy Donations: A box is available in the back of the sanctuary for candy donations. Thank you!
January 30 immediately following the morning worship service.
Preaching Series For the series on the biblical characteris- tics of a healthy and vibrant church, I have been borrowing heavily from Natu- ral Church Development (NCD). NCD bills itself as “A Guide to Eight Essential Qualities of Healthy Churches.” Those eight characteristics are: the Eight Key Characteristics contained within the Natural Church Development process.
Have you ever wanted to be part of giving back to others? Have you wanted to participate in missions but didn’t know how to start? Here is a great opportunity to do just that! St. John’s Evangelical Church is partnering with Lifeline Christian Mission to host a community meal pack event open to the public,
Grounded – Standing Firm in a Shaking World Women’s Conference October 8 & 9: We are excited that we will Live Stream the Revive 21 Women’s Conference in the Fellowship Hall. This is great way to participate and fellowship with other women! A meal will be provided Saturday for Lunch. Cost is $5 to attend.
The next meeting will be Tuesday, September 28 at 6:00 PM The meetings are being moved to the fourth Tuesday of the month at 6:00 PM