Happy Friday everyone!
It's been a busy week here at St. John's, with Wednesday night programs kicking off, baseball games going on, and all of our regular weekly activities going on as well. I hope everyone has had a wonderful week up to this point.
We'll meet at St. John's on Sunday at 5. This week's EYC will be "TBAWCDWTYGWDTS (FIOWYCTEYC). See y'all there!!!
Every Wednesday this month, we will meet at St. John's at 5:15 for our Lenten program "The Gospel According to Willy Wonka." We'll be watching "Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory" and discussing how the movie relates to the Bible and what life lessons we can learn from the movie. We'll also spend this time packing bags for the Helping Hands Weekend Food Program. And we'll join the rest of the church at 6 for dinner! This Wednesday's dinner will be Spaghetti!
On March 11th, we'll meet at St. John's at 5 for dinner, then walk to the fields at Hand for KICKBALL EXTRAVAGANZA!!!!!!! Please wear appropriate attire, as we will be walking/running/kicking on this day.
New Beginnings is coming up! Jr. High Students grades 6-8 are encouraged to attend this wonderful weekend at Camp Gravatt. Registration costs $75 and forms are due April 13th. Please contact me if you need any more information! Registration forms can be found here
Please let me know if you are playing any sports this Spring, or are in any plays or have any other fun activities going on. I'd love to come out and support you and what you do!
I'm still trying to figure out a date for Paintball, so please let me know when works best for you!
Also, don't forget that we have an All Ages Lock-In on April 20th-21st. That is a Friday Night-Saturday Morning event, and there will be no EYC that Sunday. I hope everyone can come, as it looks like we might have some friends from other churches in the Diocese join us that weekend!
I'll see everyone Sunday! Don't forget to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter if you haven't already! Have a great weekend!
You are valuable because you exist. Not because of what you have done, but simply because you are. -Max Lucado