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Tues- Quilting 9-2pm; Trustees 7
Wed- ALL Youth (3-18 years old) Fun Night 5:30-7:30
Thurs- Karate 6:15-7:45; Grief Support 7pm
Fri- No Bible study at Hendershots
Sat- Men's breakfast 8am; Worship 5pm
Sun- Worship 8:30; Sunday school 9:45; Worship 11am
______________________________________________________________________WORSHIP WORKERS FOR THIS WEEK:
Acolyte- 8:30- Savannah Masters; 11- Dulci Rahn
Ushers- Charlie Figura, Jason Figura, Brett Nordwald, Erv Yoder
Altar- Set up- Jodi Baldwin; Clean Up- Terry McKenzie
Elders- Sat- Dave Winter; 8:30- Al Benton 11- ????
Greeters- 8:30- Bob and Marianne Linke; 11- Dan and Lisa Rausch
Lay Readers- Sat- John Hachtel; 8:30- Allan Dreyer; 11- Dawn Sherman
Organist- Rachel Fisher
Sat Pianist- Barb Dreyer???
Projectionists: Sat- Fischer, 8:30- Schaumberg; 11- ???
YESTERDAY'S QUIZ :
What did Elisha promise to the Shunammite woman?
Don Nolte- He promised that she would conceive and bear a son at about that same time the next year.
Pat King- Although she was older than dirt – and her husband was even older! - he promised her a son. Which she received the very next year.
Here's a nifty little article about her: https://bible.org/seriespage/9-shunammite-woman-receives-son-2-kings-48-17
TODAY'S QUIZ: What did Jehu do to Baal worship in Israel?
All YOUTH NIGHT THIS WEDNESDAY!! This is for all our kids 3-18 years old!!!
5:30- Supper (hotdogs, French fries, fruit)
6:30- Make cupcakes for the fire/EMT department, and get wet with water games outside
7:30- Go home
GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP THURSDAY 7PM!!
We will have a MONTHLY grief support group starting this Thursday at 7pm! If you or someone you know is experiencing grief and would like help and support, please come to this meeting!
MEN'S BREAKFAST SATURDAY AT 8AM!!
French toast bake, scrambled eggs, potato casserole, and bacon!!
We will continue our video Bible study on "The Case for Christ"
Please RSVP especially if you haven't been there in a while or never been. We'd love to have all y'all!
STEPHEN MINISTRY: Throughout the month of June we will be highlighting our Stephen Ministry program.
Stephen Ministry is a caring ministry that is carried out by lay people. It has been a part of St. John's in various forms and levels since 2003. Many people have gone through the training and cared for others with their training. These people are called "care givers". Many more have benefitted from the help these people have provided. These people are called "care receivers". This is a tremendously beneficial ministry to both care giver and care receivers as both grow in faith and as many of them become friends if they weren't already.
It is also a great benefit to our congregation for many different reasons! Care givers learn how to be better Christian moms, dads, husbands, wives, friends, and church members. The congregation grows as our community finds out how caring and loving we are as a congregation through this ministry. It is a wonderful thing!
We are in need of some new Stephen ministers. It is a commitment, but the commitment is definitely worth it! You will be blessed beyond measure if you go through the training and become a Stephen Minister. PLEASE NOTE THAT WE NEED MEN TO BE STEPEHEN MINISTERS JUST AS MUCH AS WOMEN!!
Last Sunday at our 8:30 worship, Chrissy Groeber and Marcia Sevier were installed as our new Stephen Leaders!! They will be starting a new Stephen Ministry training as soon as everyone who is interested signs up and a start date and time can be established.
Please prayerfully consider this and then come to church this coming weekend and sign up or reply to this email and I will sign you up!
LITTLE LAMBS ENROLLMENT FOR THE 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR IS OPEN!!!!
Student must be 3 for younger class or 4 for older class by August 1.
$45 nonrefundable registration fee required.
Registration packets can be picked up at Little Lambs during school hours and in the church office during non-school hours.
OPERATION BACKPACK ITEMS COLLECTED FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE IS CANNED VEGETABLES!!
AGAPE DONATIONS ALWAYS ACCEPTED!!
Any nonperishable food items, diapers, toiletries, etc.!!
Perishable food items can be taken directly to Agape at 713 Powell St. in Warrenton. Call 456-4645 to find out when they're open or for more info.
For CAL TAMELER, as he is dealing with severe pain in his legs due to poor circulation and blockage.
For MARIANNE LINKE, as she continues to recover from heart surgery.
For SUE RUHL, as she continues to recover from a broken hip at Parklane rehab in Wentzville.
For PAT MANNESS as she is recovering from hand and wrist surgery at home.
For LOIS BOEGER'S MOM, EVELYN TOEDEBUSCH, as she is nearing the end of her life on the earth and awaiting eagerly her eternal life with Jesus!
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