Text Box: “News from the Pews”

The Newsletter of St. John’s Lutheran Church

What’s New(s) and Upcoming Events

St. John’s Values: Preach, teach, and live the Gospel; Welcoming church for all ages; Shared leadership

Mission: Where Christ meets community           St. John’s Vision: Continue to grow in our faith

Text Box: Community Pumpkin Carving & Costume Party

St. John's Lutheran Community Pumpkin Carving & Costume Party Sunday, October 29th, 
1-3pm at St. John's Lutheran Church. Open to the public! We will provide pumpkins for 
carving, snacks, and a craft table! There will be a costume contest and prizes will be given 
for funniest, spookiest, cutest, and most creative costumes. Happy Halloween!

All-Church Hayride

 

                    Once again Dennis Bischke is inviting everyone to his farm for an

                  all-church hayride and bonfire on October 15! We’ll gather at his

                 home on Route 23 in Harvard at 4:00, ride to his woods, and hang

                 out around the fire until the cows come home (or we get too chilly!)

                 Please bring a snack to roast and share (see the sign-up sheet in

                 church), and make sure to invite family and friends!

Text Box: Community Thanksgiving Service

This year Hebron United Methodist Church will host the Community Thanksgiving Service on Tuesday, November 21, at 7:00pm. We’ll gather together to give thanks for all the 
blessings we’ve been given. All offerings that evening will go to the Hebron Food Pantry.
Text Box: Winter Wear Giveaway

Get ready for our SECOND ANNUAL Winter Wear Giveaway November 13 and 14! We’ll be collecting CLEAN, GENTLY-USED coats, boots, hats, mitten/gloves, and scarves here at church the whole month of October. Then, from November 1-12, we’ll move the collection over to the Subway (10113 Main Street). The giveaway will be held in the space next door to the Subway from 4:00 to 7:00 both evenings. Please let friends and family know so they can donate or take what they need. People are also invited to TRADE their winter wear (just make sure it’s clean, please!). Want to help? Talk to Gayle Mansfield.