Due to the rise in recent Covid 19 cases and our concern for our church members and our community the Church Council has decided to return to our worship services being via Zoom only (no in-person worship). This decision is effective immediately and covers the month of July at least and will continue to be evaluated as we go through the summer months.
The Zoom invite and worship bulletin will be emailed out weekly for your use. We continue to keep each of you in our thoughts and prayers. Should a concern arise please know that you can still contact the church office.
The Worship Service for Sunday, June 21, 2020 will be available via Zoom only (no in-person worship).
Please keep the family of Dot Lane in your thoughts and prayers as she passed away this morning. There will not be a funeral service.
The attached worship bulletin is now available for your use. We will have in person worship on Sunday, May 31 along with worship via Zoom.
Dear Church Members,
Hello in the name of Jesus. We have missed you. We hope that you are doing well.
We are making plans to return to holding “in person” worship in our sanctuary starting this Sunday, May 10th. We look forward to our return to church.
We are putting extra safety measures in place to help keep us healthy and safe. Social distancing will be observed. We will be asking for room between families when sitting in the pews-leaving empty rows between members, refraining from physical hugs, bulletins will be on a table in the Narthex for you to pick up one at a time, all “in one” disposable communion cups/wafers, using disposable song sheets instead of the hymnals, all in an attempt to keep us all safe.
For those not ready to return to “in person” worship we will continue to provide our worship service via Zoom each Sunday at 10:00 a.m.
In the Sanctuary or at home, it is still church and church family. We look forward to seeing you whether in person or by Zoom.
Stay safe in Jesus.
Pastor Felix will be posting Wednesday Worship content to our Facebook Page every week. The purpose of Wednesday Worship is to share with our congregants and friends inspirational prayers, scripture readings, messages, quotes, poems, videos, and more. Each Wednesday Worship will include one or more of these. Pastor’s Felix’s prayer: “May God’s word come to us in many ways inspiring our hearts for a closer walk with our Lord Jesus Christ.”
Please check our FaceBook page and share with family, friends and neighbors.
St. John’s United Church of Christ will turn 79 years old on Friday, April 24, 2020.
Please find this copy of the Good Friday Worship Service.
Please view our Maundy Thursday Worship Service Bulletin for your use while we worship apart during this pandemic.