Check out what miss Vietnam of Northern California has to say about her experience volunteering at Harvest.
The Compassion Team has identified some mission priorities. These are opportunities to not only participate and engage in with action and education, but also financial donation as well. If you have any questions or comments regarding any of these projects, you can email the chair at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Compassion Team will share in December worship giving and service opportunities for all to contribute and participate. We have an anonymous member who will match all contributions gathered during December to different charities associated with St. John’s. Examples of charities include Syrian Healing Project; Support for Buffalo, NY in the midst of recent snow
Painting is a lot like faith. You begin with a few uncertain strokes on a canvas that has endless possibilities and no concrete destination. Along the way, people may pass and comment that what you are doing is something they couldn’t do, know how to do or want to do because it won’t work for
As we all get our fall calendars in place, please include being a Harvest volunteer on your schedule. Beginning Sept 6 and throughout the school year, we are asking St John’s families to come and volunteer. It is a great opportunity to help our neighbors, get to know other St. John’s members and just feel
Over the month of March, worshipers had an opportunity to choose between a variety of mission priorities, settling on issues of child advocacy. On April 27, elders, deacons, and members of St. John’s were invited to hear from Sarah Henken, Presbyterian Mission Worker in Bolivia. She not only shared about Presbyterian involvement across the globe,
Every 5th Sunday of a month is an opportunity for St. John’s to come out and volunteer at the Harvest Food Pantry. The food bank truck unloads at 6.30am and clean up is at 9.30am. Contact Jill at email@example.com for more information.