St. John United Methodist Church welcomes Rev. Dave Turner and his wife Linda to our congregation. Rev. Dave is recently retired from a United Methodist Church and he and Linda will live in their “forever” home near their son when they finish here at St. John. In his free time, you can find Rev. Dave playing golf and his wife Linda walking the course with him. They enjoy being outside and spending time together. Linda…
March 2023 Satellite
Help Office Gifts
St. John took up food items for the Help Office once again and were able to help 37 adults and 23 children with 20 orders total in the first day. What a blessing! Margaret Pickerill crocheted a carload of hats and scarves she donated to the Help Office to be handed out to those in need, as well. St. John’s members have hearts for others!
Choir News for March
It was looking like spring but today…well it was snowing! At least small flakes were falling where I could see them. AND it was very cold. The poor spring flowers that thought it was okay to peep out of the ground are shivering just like us, I am sure. Our church is deep in the Lenten Season. The bright decorations of our sanctuary are covered and the we are bare and somber in remembrance and…
The Seekers’ Sunday School Class Submitted by Kathy Sherman
The study for the Seekers’ Sunday School class for the next seven weeks (beginning February 13) is called Ripple Effect: Building a Life of Influence. We will learn about seven Biblical persons whose influence during their time changed the world and created a ripple effect that has reached far beyond. In studying about them, we can learn practical truths that will help us discover the influences God intends fo us. Come join us as we…
Updates to Fellowship Hall and Sunday School Rooms
Many thanks to Vicki Hast and Lydie Boone for the successful completion of the project to paint and install new flooring in the Fellowship Hall and all the Sunday School Rooms. If you haven’t been to church lately, you need to come some Sunday and check it out. It is beautiful!
Choir Welcomes New Director
Our chancel choir is excited to welcome our new Director of Music, Clarissa Smith. Clarissa is originally from Bardstown, Ky and graduated from Eastern Kentucky with a degree in Music Education. She is currently the Choral Teacher at Burns Middle School here in Owensboro. Clarissa sings in the annual presentation of the Messiah and is a member of the OCTC Community Choir. She also performs at many community events including weddings, like the one for…