Posts in the 'foryouth' category
St. John’s will be serving supper at the Dover Friendly Kitchen on Tuesday, May 14th. We need yummy baked goods for dessert. Please make your favorite dessert and drop it off in Hartford Hall before 2:30 PM on the 14th and if you would like to be a server please be at St. Thomas by […]Read full post...
Time to clean up!!
Our annual Spring Clean-Up Day is scheduled for May 4th, from 8 AM till Noon, and the Trustees need your help getting a number of things done around the church.
There’s cleaning, moving, cleaning out and planting. There are tasks for every skill level. There are things that will take a short while, […]
2013 ST. JOHN’S “KORN FAMILY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP”
Through the generosity of Gus and Pauline Korn, St. John’s United Methodist Church will be able to offer scholarships to deserving students at St. John’s United Methodist Church. The scholarships are available to St. John’s members who have been accepted into degree-granting programs.
In 1999 the Scholarship Committee, formed by […]
End 68 Hours of Hunger is building a building for the Dover program on the site of St. John’s United Methodist Church in Dover.
Construction is scheduled for April 24-27, and we need volunteers every day to help out! Please look at your schedules and let Claire Bloom (email@example.com) know when you are available to help […]
The Outreach Committee is sponsoring the 2013 Spring Rummage Sale on April 19 & 20. Hours on Friday are from 5 to 8 PM, and on Saturday from 8 AM to noon. All proceeds go toward the many St. John’s ministries. So start your Spring cleaning early, and donate your clean but unused clothes and […]Read full post...
Sadly once again we need to cancel youth group because of snow. Hopefully we’ll see you next week. I heard there’s snow in the forecast again, so pray it doesn’t keep us from getting together. I miss you all!
As I write this, our Katrina Mission team is on its way home. […]
10% What Happens, 90% How You Deal With It
The St. Johns Group has made it through the first day in New Orleans. All 4 cars and all 18 Passengers made it safely and still talking to each other. We settled into our sleeping quarters - the women were a little jealous as the […]
Thinking about summer and summer camp? Thinking about a cannonball into the lake, a game of four-square, fitting through lemon-squeeze, laughing with friends?
The 2013 brochure is now out and can be viewed on you computer by clicking here. (It will be arriving by mail soon!)
Wanakee United Methodist Center is please to offer some […]
This local shelter is usually full, and includes single adults as well as young families. While donations of bread, snacks and other single items are often available, the clients do not receive prepared meals. They are responsible for buying food and preparing their own meals, storing supplies and leftovers in their personal lockers.
The Dover Friendly […]