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SUNDAY SCHOOL

St. John’s offers two Sunday School classes for children:

2 YEARS OLD THROUGH 5TH GRADE

GRADE 6 THROUGH COLLEGE AGED STUDENTS

Both groups gather for Chapel at 9:30 AM each Sunday for a “mini” worship service which includes singing, prayer, scripture and offering. The children then split into two groups for their respective Sunday School classes from 9:45 AM-10:45 AM.

ADULT FORUM

Welcome back as we begin our 2019/20 season.  If you have not been participating in the Adult Forum, this is a good time to start.

We gather in the Trinity Room each Sunday morning for challenging and informative programs.  After sharing coffee and fellowship at 9:30,  we share joys and concerns.  We begin the program at 9:45.  Below is a description of  upcoming programs. Please join us!

Sept.  8—Our annual Rally Day Breakfast—Todd Saylor will be leading the Fellowship team with a light breakfast of egg casseroles , muffins, danish, fruit salad and beverages.  Breakfast will be served at 9:30am.

Sept. 15—Rev. Allan Kramer-Moyer will tell us of his adventures with a book titled, A Year with the Bible. This may sound tame, but Allan found it to be full of surprises!

Sept. 22—Our new pastor, Rev. Emily Livingston, has agreed to do our first Bible Study of the fall.  We look forward to sharing this time with the Bible and Pastor Emily!

Sept. 29—Liz Bradbury, Director of the Training Institute at the Bradbury Sullivan LGBT Community Center, will join us for a time of learning about the Center’s many programs for all ages of the LGBT community.  Liz was excited to be asked by one of the Center’s neighbors—they are a block away from St. John’s on Maple Street.