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Our Evangelism Ministry is a front leader for our church, dedicated to using communication and outreach tools as well as ideas and events.
We exist to reach the people of this world, of this community, for Christ Jesus.
In Our Community
Serving in our community is an important part of who we are at St. John’s. Our desire is to show the love of Christ to Kenton, Hardin County, and surrounding areas by meeting the various needs of our community. There are many areas of opportunity for you to be involved in and to fulfill the God-given, unique desire of your heart to live a life of purpose. For more information and to learn how you can volunteer in the Kenton community, please let us know how we can plug you in.
Our Missions Ministry follows the challenges and victories of the missionaries we support and helps them in every way possible. We spread God’s word around the world by giving financial help to people willing to travel and teach. Many of these people actually live in countries where they teach! Serving is a major part of our strategy to Know Jesus, Grow with each other and Serve the world.
Mission of the Month: Helping Hands Outreach
Helping Hands is a nonprofit, Christian-based outreach for Hardin County.
Their mission is to help families rise up out of the economic struggles. Helping Hands has many different facets of ministry. Although they started with back-to-school supplies they now distribute bread and food boxes every day. They also host Thanksgiving Dinner and Christmas gifts for the elderly and underprivileged families. They do fruit and treat bags for the elderly for Valentines Day and Easter. They also do an Easter Dinner for underprivileged families and Easter baskets for the children which includes a talk about what Easter is all about. No one associated with Helping Hands is on payroll. Countless people of our community donate their time. They are continually looking for new people to lend a hand at the different events. If you are interested in volunteering or learning more about the ministry, they can be reached at 419-673-8650 or firstname.lastname@example.org. They are located at 100 Cleveland Avenue, Kenton.
A new member class is forming.
Classes will be Sunday afternoons for two hours. There are only two sessions that you need to attend.
The classes will be April 8th and 22nd from 2-4 PM. Some who have expressed interest have evening commitments, so this is the best time for the class.
If you are interested, come and learn more about St. John’s Evangelical Church and her ministries.
Attendance does not obligate you to anything. It gives you a chance to learn more about the church, to ask your questions, and to learn how you can become more involved in what God is doing here.
We hope to receive new members officially on Pentecost Sunday, which falls on May 20, 2018 this year.