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Basketball 2015-16 - 3, 4, 5, 6 Grades
|Registration for our 7th-8th and 9th-10th Grade Basketball league will take place on Monday, January 25, 2016 at 7pm.The "in person" registration will take place at our church. Registration forms and league costs, will be posted on our web site later this year.
Information packets about our 2016 Summer Basketball League and 2016 Summer Basketball Camp, will be available on registration night.
MUSIC 2015—2016 SEASON click here for NEW info and Registration
F.O.R. to Sponsor Cooking Classes!! We have the opportunity to offer cooking classes here at St. Johns!! The daughter of one of our members offers cooking classes on Saturdays, once a month, two hours in the kitchen, 5-7 recipes per class, 10-12 people per class. She serves everything and leftovers are taken home by the attendees. The instructor cooks, attendees observe and the instructor cleans everything up! Cost is $55 per person, $20 is non-refundable for cancellations. The F.O.R committee receives $10 p/p. First come, first served. Cash (no checks) sent to the church office or arrangements will be made.
Please sign-up on the sheet in the Narthex for classes that will be offered this fall.
Pictures of Our Annual Golf Outing now online - Click here
Back to the Basics: Letters with Numbers in the New Testament – Beginning on Friday, May 1st, at 8am, the Men’s Bible Breakfast will resume at Seacrest Diner in Sayville. We will take a glance into some of those New Testament letters whose names start with numbers. These blessings to the Church really take us back to the basics of what the Christian life looks like as it is lived out in the Church and in the world. So bring your Bible and join us each Friday throughout the summer months as we explore the letters of John, Peter, and Paul. All men are welcome!
Your ‘CHOICE’ ….. have you made it yet??? Many Thrivent Financial members here at St. John’s have made their choices known and some have not. In March, some Thrivent members met and allocated over $11,000 to projects here at our church. What a blessing for St. John’s. If you are among the Thrivent members who helped with these projects, thank you. If you are a Thrivent member and haven’t as yet designated your Choice dollars, it isn’t too late. Speak to one of the 7 Thrivent Advocates here at our church, or call 1-800-Thrivent. It’s as simple as that. Or you can call Honey or Artie Pabst at 589-8353.
NEW – Women’s Bible Study!!! – It’s not just about the men around here…beginning on Wednesday, June 3rd, we will begin a women’s Bible Study, which will run every other week throughout the summer. The study will meet from 6:15-7:15pm, and the first session will be at Pastor & Kristin’s house, 45 Greene Ave. We will start by looking at one of the more famous women in the Bible, Ruth. Coffee and goodies to be served, so ladies, bring your Bible and join us June 3rd as we look at this faithful woman of God and how we might learn from her about our own life in Christ.
Divine Service Schedule
ATTENTION!!! PLEASE READ!!!
You are holding in your hands a piece of history! This is the last edition of St. John’s Good News in print. Beginning in October, the Good News will move to an electronic format which will be emailed out at the end of each month.
What does this mean? A very Lutheran question you ask. Well, if you are currently on our email distribution list, then you needn’t do anything at all except look in your inbox towards the end of September for an email from the church with the newsletter attached, open the email, open the attachment, and enjoy the new and improved Good News.
If you are not currently on our email list, then please fill out the bottom of this slip and please make sure to print legibly. Another alternative is to email the church office at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know that you’d like to be added to our email list for the purposes of receiving our newsletter. Don’t worry, we don’t send out a lot of emails and we don’t really have any deals or specials to try and entice you to come in, save the precious and free Gospel of Jesus given out each week in the Divine Service!
If you are not on our email list and do not do email, have no fear. We will make a few hard copies and make them available in the narthex on the way out of church. Live too far away? Don’t worry…we will mail you a copy, but since we will no longer be getting the bulk price for postage, we would simply ask you for a small donation of $10 to cover the costs of shipping for one year. Either way, just check the appropriate box on link below.
If you have any questions, let us know in the church office. Thanks, and look out next month for the new Good News still filled with all the great things happening at St. John’s, and more!
(Click here if you would like to view a copy that you can print and return to CHURCH OFFICE to be added to email list or receive a hard copy)
SIMPLY GIVING PROGRAM: Our church offers electronic giving on a scheduled, automatic basis. If you are writing checks and preparing envelopes every week, you will especially appreciate electronic giving. It is convenient for you and provides much-needed donation consistency for our church.
To view DONATION PAGE click here
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What is this QR code and why use it?
When you scan this barcode-like QR code image with a smartphone's QR decoder, it will instantly connect you to the mobile version of your web page. Try it yourself! To individuals who are familiar with QR codes, it will provide a quick and easy way to access the web page without having to type out a long web address or locate our link.
If you would like to put live flowers on
the altar in memory of or in honor of someone, please contact our
Flower Coordinator Linda Lee Sharbowicz.
The Neighborhood House of
The Neighborhood House is a
non-profit grief center that provides support
to people learning to
live with loss.
8-week support groups are now forming for children,
families and individuals grieving the loss of a family member to
suicide. Groups will meet Tuesday evenings beginning this fall at New
Life Community Church. There is no cost for participating. Registration
is open. For more information and to set up a registration appointment,
please call Michelle at (631) 589-0055.
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