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
Choir practice will be Wednesday, September 29 at 7:00 PM and will sing Sunday, October 3. All are welcome to sing! They will start with practice at 7:00 PM the Wednesday before the first Sunday of each month. Please see Dave Beazley with questions.
Wednesday Kids: September 15 from 5:00 – 7:00 PM Volunteers welcome! Children’s Choir: September 15 at 5:00 PM Sunday School: September 19 at 9:00 AM before worship Miss Hope: K—Grade 2 Miss Natasha: Grades 3-5 Youth Group: September 19 from 5:00 – 7:00 PM. Meeting Sunday afternoons
Starting September 15 from 5-7 pm. Wednesday Kids Volunteers Needed: Please sign up to help on Wednesday Nights on the table in the back (even if you cannot be here every week or want to be a sub). The list has needs for: kitchen, van driver/helpers, teachers, and games. If you have any questions, please
August 29 will be a day focusing on prayer especially for our students and educational staff as they return for another school year. You can participate in one or all of the following activities. We are starting with a Prayer Walk, organized by KNAZ (Kenton Nazarene Church). If participating, meet at Kenton Elementary School at
St. John’s would like to supply a meal for Celebrate Recovery once a month. The meals will be the second Tuesday of each month for approximately 10-15 people. If you are able to provide food, please sign-up in the back of the sanctuary. Please have the food at the church at 5:30 PM in the
Our Back to School Blessing with be August 22 during the morning worship service at 10 am. You are wel- come to bring your backpack that day and receive a blessing that day along with a small gift from the church to keep with you or share during the school year.
On Sunday, August 29, we will participate in a day focusing on prayer, especially for our students and school staff, as they return for another school year. You can participate in one or all of the following activities. We are starting with a Prayer Walk, organized by KNAZ (Kenton Nazarene Church). If participating, meet at
Preaching Series In the first few weeks of August, we complete the summer series where members of our church and community provide scriptures and topics for the worship and sermons. Starting 22 August, there will be a sermon series on the characteristics of a healthy and vibrant church according the Bible, which will lead us