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Please join us
Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017
for Thanksgiving Eve Worship at 7:00 p.m.
Worship will include Holy Communion and be
followed by fellowship and pie.
All are welcome!
Wow – we had a fantastic group of young people show up, work hard and then play hard on Sunday night, November 12th! Let’s do the numbers…
Most importantly, we gathered around the campfire to learn about the importance of sharing our thankfulness to God about all of the wonderful gifts He has blessed us with. “Give thanks to the Lord and proclaim his greatness. Let the whole world know what he has done!” 1 Chronicles 16:8
In this holiday season, we challenge our youth (and their families and friends) to keep Paying It Forward…if God has done something amazing in your life, don’t keep it a secret – tweet, post, snap or simply speak about His awesomeness. You never know who might be encouraged because you weren’t afraid to tell someone!
Can’t wait to do it again? Mark your calendars for Sunday night, December 10th from 4-6 p.m. for “Merry Christmas Minute-To-Win-It” night. Watch for more details!
Haunted Hayride was Scary-Fun!
Creatures of darkness were no match for the 18 of us who attend the Haunted Hayride at the NEW Zoo Boo on Friday, October 13th…yes, Friday the 13th! The 6th, 7th and 8th graders in attendance had a blast, chatting, dancing, getting to know everyone’s name, and even admitting to being a little scared. 😊
Thanks to all the kids attending, (we had a couple different adults at the event comment on what a polite group we had!) Gerri and Kourtney for volunteering to drive, and the parents who shared their amazing kids with us for the night!
Stay tuned for more details on TriLights events coming in November and December…
Sunday, November 12th 4-6 p.m. “Outside Games and Goodies” with a campfire if the weather cooperates!
Sunday, December 10th 4-6 p.m. “Minute to Win It Night” and gift exchange (possibly white elephant?)
For additional information on St. Joh’s Youth activities, please contact Kristin Bouchard at firstname.lastname@example.org; or call/text 920-360-6045.
Yummy, fresh, warm donuts will be sold by youth between services on Sunday, Dec. 4. Proceeds will go toward school supplies and winter items for the Refugee Resettlement program through Lutheran Social Services.
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Thanksgiving Eve Worship - A shared service with First Congregational UCC 7pm Wednesday, Nov. 22, 2017 at St. John
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