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Sunday Adult Education
November16 at 9:15 a.m. Lord, Teach Us: The Lord’s Prayer and the Christian Life led by Mr. John Jackson
A study of a book with the same title written by Dr. Stanley Hauweras and Bishop Will Willimon on the most important prayer a Christian can pray.

November 16 at 6:30 p.m. Sunday Asylum led by the Rev. David Olson
Have you ever noticed that we Christians are just a little bit “different” than the world around us, and wondered if that is good or bad? Do you ever question why the church exists today and what our role in the world is? If you have, then the 5 week series based on Stanley Hauerwas’ book Soul Asylum would be a great class for you to attend. Come hear Rev. David Olson guide us through these questions and so much more as we explore what it means to be on this crazy adventure called Church…and why there is no place better for us to be.

November 16 at 6:30 p.m. What Kids Really Want and Need for Christmas led by the Rev. Erin Hensley
There’s only so much something wrapped in paper can give. Come and hear about the best gifs for the children in your life; you’ll be surprised and relieved.




Advent Wreath Making
and Potluck Supper

 
Sunday, November 30, 2014
 
Following The Gathering Worship Service
 
Gather with your St. John’s family to make an Advent wreath in preparation for Advent and in anticipation of the celebration of Christ’s birth.
 
We will share a potluck supper.
Celebration Arts will provide chicken.
Last name beginning with A-P, please bring a side dish to share.
Last name beginning with Q-Z, please bring a dessert to share.
 
$5 for candles and an Advent wreath form prepared by Altar Guild.
Bring your hand clippers!
 
Greenery donations are needed and appreciated.  Greenery may be placed outside of the Parish Hall doors at the circle off of Jefferson Street either on November 29 or November 30.
 
Mark your calendar for November 30!
 
Contact Martha Keely at mandmetal@gmail.com with questions


 

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