NEWS HIGHLIGHTS - Update 07.01.20

    

     SUNDAY  WORSHIP  SERVICES 

HAVE  RESUMED

 

SUMMER WORSHIP TIME

                       9:15 AM

 

 

       Do understand...as long as the pandemic is

   still present and the health risk for contracting

   the virus remains...many things won't be back 

   to "things as normal".

 

       There will be changes and adjustments to

    our worship services for awhile. But the

    opportunity to gather together again in our

    Lord's House, to hear God's Word and receive

    His Sacrament will be most welcome!

 

       Please review the information in the

        Tab: PRAYERS / WORSHIP INFO

      (on the menu to the left of this page)            regarding these worship changes...  

      before you attend worship services.

 

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* Your church, even more now,

         needs your support and generosity.             

         Please remember to bring your past   

           offering envelopes with you when

     you return to worship. 

 

     You can also continue to express your  

    generosity by mailing in your checks

to the Church.

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ALL SUNDAY AND MID-WEEK BIBLE CLASSES ARE ON SUMMER BREAK

 

 WATCH FOR NOTICES

OF ANY UPCOMING MEETINGS

 

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         Pastor Jeff continues to do work from his office daily.

            If you need to speak with him or require any 

       assistance please phone him at: (847) 593-7670 or...

                e-mail him at: jeffgavin@sbcglobal.net

    If it is urgent you may also phone him at: (630) 776-2382

 

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         Please keep your St John Family in your prayers.

(Click on the PRAYERS/WORSHIP INFO tab to the left)

 

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Let us do all WE can...and then trust the rest to our LORD,

as we pray for this crisis to finally end.

 

 For awhile…there is a “new normal” in our lives...

                      to which we need to adapt.