April 25, 2021 at 11:00 AM
We will be collecting food for Angels for the Elderly in April. Suggested donation items: Proteins (canned meat & peanut butter); Fruits and Vegetable (canned): Pre-made meals (spaghetti, tuna and noodle); and Personal care & paper products, laundry detergent. Please place items in the box in the back of the sanctuary.
On Sunday, May 16, 2021 we will honor our graduates during the worship service. Please contact the church office with your information. Congratulations to all!
April 4 at 10:00 AM Sunday School for the children begins at 9:00 AM and will have a short lesson followed by special Easter activities.
There’s an old joke from Punxsutawney, PA about a Sun- day School teacher who thought she wasn’t reaching the children. The kids could name every secular holiday, but knew nothing about the church and its faith. She asked them about Easter. After comments about eggs and bunnies and chocolate, she asked if anyone knew what
Our Lenten Journey ends as our Easter journey begins. There will be no Passion Play again this year, but we will be gathering in person for Maundy Thursday and Good Friday worship services. In some ways, our Holy Week Services hearken back to a bygone era while providing us with a springboard to think about
St. John’s has been blessed with the opportunity to assist its church members’ continued education funding. If you or a family member are looking at furthering your education whether that be college, university, trade school or on-line program contact Shawn Dyer, Jane Baker or Donna Myers. The church office may also be contacted for application
March 20 from 9-11 am (pick up) You and your children will pick up an instruction packet along with a breakfast sandwich & goodie bag. Your family will follow the clues that will lead you to eight places that have to do with the story of Easter. At each location, you will take a family
On our Lenten journey, we will continue marching through Micah through the month of March. We will take a bit of a detour for Palm Sunday, Holy Week, and Easter. This year, we will forego the Passion Play once again, but we will offer a Maundy Thursday Service with Communion and a Good Friday Service.
In Lent, we are called back to the basics of our faith. It is a season to give up those things that prevent us from following the Lord fully. It is also a time to pick up those practices that focus our lives on the Lord and doing His will. One of those practices is
“What is good about Good Friday?” There have been traditions in many places like Kenton where schools and stores ceased their activities on Good Friday. Often, there were services from noon until 3 PM as that was the period of darkness after Jesus’ death on the Cross (Matthew 27:45). During those services, people would walkthrough