The Angel Tree Ministry, which provides Christmas gifts to children whose parents are incarcerated, is looking for helpers early! On Sunday, November 23rd, the Angel Trees, with the children's names and gift suggestions, will be in the Welcome Center and the Family Life Center. We need helpers on-hand those days to answer any questions that arise, and to keep the paper work in order, as well as people willing to collect the gifts and deliver them.
We need TEN volunteers to help with the Letter Carriers Food Collection project on November 22nd, from 5:30 PM—8:00 PM, at the Airport Mall Facility Post Office (2100 George Rd SE). Food brought to the post office will be received by our volunteers. Please contact Gail Bane (681-8077) if you can help with this important project.
The last Wednesday Night Live Dinner of 2014 will be held on November 19th in the Family Life Center from 5:00 PM—6:15 PM. The main course this week will be Clean Out the Freezer Night: Something for Everyone!, with a little lambs option of Hot Dogs. The meal is open to everyone, whether you are partaking of one of the great classes or not. See you and your family there!
Adam Hamilton's "The Journey, Walking the Road to Bethlehem," is being taught by Jack & Carol Nuzum. The course runs Wednesdays, from 6:00 PM—7:00 PM, October 22nd—November 19th. We will travel with Hamilton as he journeys from Nazareth to Bethlehem, reliving the events that led to the birth of Jesus. No need to register in advance, and you are welcome to come any week!
Ladies—please join us for a special December evening meeting on Thursday, December 4th, at 6:30 PM in Rooms 149/151. Dinner will be served by Chef Tim, and entertainment will be provided. The cost per person for dinner is $11. Reservations are due by Wednesday, November 26th. We hope you'll join us for this festive occasion!
As "promised" (pun intended), volunteer sign-ups for the next Family Promise rotation has begun! Stop by the Welcome Center on Sundays to sign-up to help with our next hosting week, December 7th - 14th. As we celebrate Advent, what a great opportunity to help families who are waiting to find affordable housing right here at our church. To learn how you can help, call Dave Young (292-6528) or Tony Bryce (881-6701).
St. John's United Methodist Church is dedicated to helping you take the next step in growing your relationship with God. Living life as a Christian is an ongoing journey, not a destination.
If you are exploring a relationship with God for the first time, or have already made the commitment, St. John's invites you to be a part of this journey with us. We offer a variety of opportunities for you to connect with God, self, and others.
Wherever you are in life, you are welcome at any of our three weekend experiences. At 8:15 AM and 11:00 AM on Sundays, we hold our organ and choir traditional services in the Sanctuary. Also on Sunday, at 9:30 AM in the Family Life Center, we have our Contemporary Abide Worship Service, which also steams live each week at www.ustream.tv/channel/abideabq.