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Summer Bible Study - Your Questions and God's Answers

Sundays, June 2 – 16
What’s on your mind? What area of Christianity would you like to see addressed? Start thinking now and we’ll talk about it during our first Bible study of the summer, led by the pastoral staff at 9:15 a.m. in the Fellowship Hall. Class participants are encouraged to submit questions in advance via e-mail to Pastor Schroeder or online at www.sjtosa.org/Questions.



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Allerheiligens' Retirement Celebration

Sunday, May 19
Dave and Rita Allerheiligen, our 4th grade and K5 teachers, will be retiring at the end of this school year. Please join us in celebration and thankfulness for their many years of faithful service to their Savior and to our St. John's family! Mr. and Mrs. A will be honored in our 10:30 a.m. worship service, with a lunch to follow in the school gym.



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Rooted and Mowing

Lawn Mowing Volunteers Needed
St. John’s urgently needs a large group of volunteers to mow the lawn at church and school. If we do not get enough volunteers, the church will need to pay a lawn service to do the work. With enough volunteers, each person would only have to mow once a month or 2-3 times for the season. All are welcome—from teens to retirees. We have all the needed equipment, and instructions will be given on how to use it if needed. If you are interested, please click here to e-mail Kurt and Kelly Kramer by May 31.



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Worship Service Flowers

Do you want to beautify our worship space to commemorate a special person or event or just to say thank you for many blessings you have received? Ordering altar and standards flowers is now easier than ever! Click here to reserve your date, select the display (altar or standards) and prepay for your order. Your flowers will be delivered to church and set up, and a note will appear in the worship notes section of the service folder. Flowers can be picked up after the 10:30 a.m. service or left at church to be enjoyed in the office area.



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Ministry Plan Open Forum

Ministry Plan Open Forum
Tuesday, May 28

St. John’s will hold an open forum at 6:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall to discuss the proposed ministry plan (budget) for 2019-20. All members are encouraged to attend. A voters' meeting regarding the ministry plan will be held on Tuesday, June 4 at 6:30 p.m.



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Third Thursday Concert

Thursday, May 16
Invite your friends and join us at 12:15 p.m. as Mr. David Porth plays a portion of his master’s degree recital program, which he will perform in its entirety at Concordia University, Mequon in June. Mr. Porth is music director and teaches 7th -8th grades at Pilgrim Lutheran School in Menomonee Falls. Third Thursday Concerts are free and open to all.



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Allerheiligens' Retirement Celebration

Allerheiligens' Retirement Celebration
Sunday, May 19

Dave and Rita Allerheiligen, our 4th grade and K5 teachers, will be retiring at the end of this school year. Please join us in celebration and thankfulness for their many years of faithful service to their Savior and to our St. John's family! Mr. and Mrs. A will be honored in our 10:30 a.m. worship service, with a lunch to follow in the school gym. RSVPs are requested; click here to RSVP.



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Track Meet Volunteers Needed

Tuesday, May 7 & Saturday, May 11
Do you like sports? Do you like being outside in (hopefully) warm and sunny spring weather? St. John’s School will be hosting middle school track meets Tuesday, May 7 or Saturday, May 11, and we need volunteers! A background in track and field is helpful, but most volunteers require nothing more than a smile and willingness to help. Email Dave Leyrer for more information or to sign up.



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Strategic Planning Listening Sessions

Beginning Saturday, May 4
How can St. John’s better serve you? How can you better serve St. John’s? How can we best serve our Savior together as members of St. John’s? We want to know! Please attend a listening session to help our church and school create a strategic plan (mission and vision) for the next five years. We need your ideas on strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and challenges in the areas of worship, community, discipleship, service, and evangelism. Your input is valuable! Click here for more information and for listening session dates and times.



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Junior Handbell Concert

Thursday, May 2
Our 8th grade junior handbell choir will perform a concert featuring their year of music, and you’re invited! Pre-concert music begins at 7:10 p.m., and the concert follows at 7:30 p.m. All 7th graders interested in ringing next year (and any other future ringers) are encouraged to attend.



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