What's Happening at St. John Lutheran Church
Week of February 16, 2020
Stephen Ministry Facts
“An Empty, Aching Hole- and Memories.”
Someone you love has died, and the world is darker.
At a time like this, you need a caring, concerned friend to listen to you and be with you. A Stephen Minister would like to be that friend.
A (new) training class for Stephen Ministries is starting soon. Consider this ministry opportunity. For more information, contact Pastor Thomas, Betty Textor or Abbe Heemeier. Be a working Christian.
Luke 8:11 – “Now the parable is this: The seed is the word of God.”
It all starts with the Word. “In the beginning the Word was with God…” “He saved us by the regeneration of water and the Word…” “The Word of the Lord stands forever.” We never outgrow our need to hear the Word of God. We never achieve such greatness that we don’t need the blessings of God’s Word. Rather, the Christian life is one of always striving to conform our lives to God’s Word and to live out the truth of our Baptism. We are God’s children by the power of his Word.
10am Care Center Worship
1pm Stephen Ministry
7pm Bible Study and Youth Group
No Host Lunch – February 18th noon at Switchback. Sign up list in the back.
Valentine Lunch – 24 members enjoyed food and fellowship at the Venture Inn last Sunday. The men won the game played while waiting for our food to arrive.
Ash Wednesday – February 26 - 6:00pm Soup Supper
Sign up for donating food in the back.
7:00 pm – Lent Service
- Make a onetime donation (cash or check) and place in big baby bottle. If doing a check make it out to: St. John’s and put on memo – layette kits.
- Take zip lock bag home and fill with spare change (on table by baby bottle).
- PRAY (most important) something everyone can do – whether donating or not.
Remember in Your Prayers – Altar Guild: Ruth Miller, Lisa Thomas, Beth Black, Sally Sprecher, Debbie Mickelson, Julie Foote, Wanda Morris and Nancy Rooney for their service.
Thought for the Day – John 3:16
Do You Like to Sew? Do You Like To Serve Others and God? - If your answer is YES to both questions, you can make a dress out of a pillowcase for young girls who live in warm climates. See Freda, if interested – she has directions. If you sew them, she’ll send them.