There is always something good going on here at St. John's! We strive to offer plenty of opportunities for fellowship, outreach, and service as ways of Pointing to Jesus. Plan to attend, get involved, and bring a friend or two!

Matthew 25:37-40:

37"Then the righteous will answer him, 'Lord, when did we see you hungry and feed you, or thirsty and give you something to drink? 38When did we see you a stranger and invite you in, or needing clothes and clothe you? 39When did we see you sick or in prison and go to visit you?' 40"The King will reply, 'Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.'

    January Events

    • Disaster Relief Mission Trip to TX - Jan. 1-5

      Please support and pray for our team heading to Texas to help with hurricane clean-up.

    • Proverbs 3:24 Worshop - Saturday, January 13th, 9-12

      Sisters in Faith are hosting a workshop to create sleeping mats for the homeless out of plastic grocery bags. We can use your help if you know how to crochet, or even just cut with scissors. All ladies from the community are invited. You may bring grocery bags with you that day, but please do not drop them off at the church beforehand. If you crochet, please bring a P or Q hook. Otherwise, just bring a pair of scissors. Breakfast will be provided. Ladies, come and join this purposeful time of working together to serve those less fortunate! RSVP by click here.

    • American Red Cross Blood Drive - Monday, January 22nd

      12-5:45 pm

      Please give blood if you can. We'll also take your donation of crackers, cheese, veggies, fruit, juice or bottled water to refresh those who give blood. This is a fundraiser for our high school youth, who will receive $10 for every unit of blood donated during this drive.

    February Events

    • LERT Disaster Training - Saturday, February 3, 2018

      8:30-3:00 pm

      LERT = Lutheran Early Response Team. Get prepared to join a team and offer relief at a disaster close to home, or across the country. This training is $25 per person and is open to adults of all ages, and youth, as well. The cost of the training covers a light breakfast, training manual, volunteer vest, lunch, and a certification badge. This training is provided by LCMS Disaster Response. We must have at least 25 people registered in order to hold this event. Please see registration forms on the kiosk in the lobby at church or contact Darcel Shankle at darcel76@hotmail.com.

    • Ash Wednesday - Wednesday, February 14th - 4:30 & 7:00

      Plan to join us for the distribution of ashes at either of our services that will begin the Lenten season.

    • 30-Hour Famine - Friday and Saturday, February 23-24

      Our High School Youth will be participating again in the 30-hour-famine to bring awareness to the needy in our area by replacing the time they would spend eating with time spent serving. The youth are looking for sponsors willing to donate $40 towards their chosen charity. For more information on how you can encourage our youth and support this event, please contact Eric.

    March Events

    • Kids Against Hunger! Saturday, March 10th at 9 a.m. 

      This will be St. John's 11th year of participating with this very worthwhile cause. Join us again as we pack 3150 meals to be distributed to hungry people all over the world. Each meal costs just 30 cents, but that's a total of over $9,000 for that many meals. Collection jars are around the church. Consider taking up a collection at work, or school, or in a group to which you belong. We currently have 10 other organizations that will be helping us this day. Please pass the word, as we'd love to have even more!