Here are some upcoming events this fall that you won't want to miss!              



Attention YOUTH!  The Mix (Grades 5-12) will be meeting after worship on Sunday, October 30th for pumpkin carving and lunch at the Kam's house.  Please bring a pumpkin and tools to carve.  Lunch and dessert will be provided!  Please call the church office if you have any questions! 








* Sunday morning classes are held for youth Kindergarten through the 12th grade during worship.  

* Sunday morning Adult classes are held at 9:00am in the Fireside Room

* Nursery care is available throughout the morning for children under the age of four years. 

"Kids of the Kingdom"  [Elementary K - 4]

 Kids of the Kingdom is SJPC’s children’s program during worship services.  After the anthem, elementary aged kids head to class to pray, worship and learn together.  We provide Christ centered teaching in a way that help kids build foundations of faith as they begin to understand “the Big God Story” and how they are a part of much larger community of faith of past, present and future believers. Please join us for this fun, creative, God-centered class! This Fall we will be focusing on prayer, and specifically the Lord's Prayer. 

"The Mix"  [5th - 12th grade] 

The Mix (our youth) is designed for children grades five through high school.  This fall will be a year of transition and we will be focusing on finding ways to mentor to our youth and integrating them more into the life of the church.  Mix Sunday School classes and Youth activities will start on October 9th!  

* High school aged youth are encouraged to worship with their families in the service, however, the Mix will tailor the Sunday School Lesson for all those who choose to be involved. 





Each month at St. John's we collect a montly food item for our donation to Treasure House. Treasure House helps to keep pantries full for those in need.  Please check our website or Facebook each month for our food item featured! 



October is cold cereal month for Treasure House. Cold Cereal has been a breakfast favorite of millions of Americans for several generations. Ready to eat cold cereal started as a healthy snack in the early 1900's.  By the 21st centruy more than 2.7 million pounds of cold cereal were consumed by children and adults each year in the United States. Cold cereal makes a quick, nutricious, low cost and portable breakfast. Most cereals are fortified with at least 25% of the recommended intake of essential vitamins and minerals and some have up to 26g of fiber per cup! Please remember to put a few extra boxes of cold cereal into your shopping cart this month and place them in the grey tub in the Narthex!  


Households with children are the largest demographic group accessing emergency food boxes (EFB). The average number of EFB's distributed monthly in Clark County has increased from 9,500 to 10,100 and 39% of those receiving hunger relief from this source are children.