Announcements

Announcements for January 29

Announcements Welcome to St. John’s Lutheran Church! The flowers on the altar are dedicated by Jim and LaRue Snyder in honor of Hedda Bell’s 40th birthday on January 31st and Coleen Thompson 43rd birthday on February 1st. With the start of a new year, we will be updating all contact information. Please email us at…
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Announcements for January 22

Announcements Welcome to St. John’s Lutheran Church! The Congregation Councils of St. John’s and Pomaria Lutheran held a joint meeting on January 12th to begin to discuss the formation of a two-point parish. The group began work on a draft of terms of an agreement between the congregation to form a parish and share a…
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Announcements for January 15, 2023

The Flowers on the alter are dedicated to the Glory of God with Thanks and Praise from Jeff Bradshaw. With the start of a new year, we will be updating all contact information. Please email us at stjohnsirmo@att.net to provide your contact information, including email, phone number and address. Even if yours hasn’t changed, please…
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Announcements for January 8, 2023

The 2023 Flower Chart is in the Narthex. The 2023 Cleaning Chart is in the Education Building. On Thursday, January 21st, there will be a Joint Council Meeting. Members of Altar Guild will meet at the church on Monday, January 23 at 6:30 to welcome new participants and review the tasks associated with preparing the…
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Announcements for December 18th

No Flowers during Advent. The 2023 Flower Chart is in the Narthex. The 2023 Cleaning Chart is in the Education Building. Thank you to everyone who has been attending the Advent Bible Study either in person or via Zoom. The next Study will be held on Wednesday, December 21st at 10:30am. The new year is…
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Announcements for December 11

No flowers for Advent On Wednesday, November 30, Pastor Mark began leading an Advent Bible Study on Wednesdays at 10:30, both in person in the Sunday school building and on Zoom. We are studying the Gospel of Luke, beginning with the story of the Nativity. All are welcome! The new year is a good time…
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