News & Upcoming Events

May 2019

Voters' Meeting

Tuesday, June 4
A voters’ meeting to approve the proposed annual ministry plan (budget) will be held at 6:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. All voters and interested parties are welcome and encouraged to attend.



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Summer Bible Study & Sunday School

Sundays Beginning June 2
Bible study continues through summer! Our summer Bible study and Sunday school begin this Sunday (no class on July 7). Please join us at 9:15 a.m. for “Your Questions and God’s Answers,” led by the pastoral staff in the Fellowship Hall. Questions can still be submitted online by clicking here. Children ages 3-9 are invited to summer Sunday school in the school commons. Older grade school students and teens are encouraged to attend adult Bible study or assist in the nursery or at Sunday school.



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Finishing Strong

June Council Project of the Month
We are coming to the end of our annual ministry plan (budget) which closes on June 30. Just like a race, our goal is to finish the current budget year strong. Our church, school, and childcare programs are all unified under one ministry plan, and your financial support helps to ensure the strength of all our work here at St. John’s! To contribute to this project and help us finish strong, please use a green Above & Beyond envelope and label it “Council Project” or “Finish Strong.” Make checks payable to St. John’s.



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Strategic Planning Online Survey

Through Sunday, June 9
Thank you to everyone who attended a strategic planning listening session! An online survey is now available for those who weren’t able to attend or who have additional thoughts and ideas to share. The survey should take no more than five minutes to complete and will remain open through Sunday, June 9. Click here to take the survey.



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Summer Bible Study & Sunday School

Sundays Beginning June 2
Bible study continues through summer! After taking this weekend off for Memorial Day, our summer Bible study and Sunday school begin on June 2 (no class on July 7). A variety of Bible study topics will be offered throughout the summer. Please join us at 9:15 a.m. for adult Bible study in the Fellowship Hall and summer Sunday school for children ages 3-9 in the school commons. Older grade school students and teens are encouraged to attend adult Bible study or assist in the nursery or at Sunday school.



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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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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 2019-2020. The congregation will also have the opportunity to discuss staffing plans for the church, school, and childcare ministry moving forward. All members are encouraged to attend. A voters’ meeting to approve the ministry plan will be held on Tuesday, June 4 at 6:30 p.m.



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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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