Sunday, April 14, 2013

Sunday, April 14 Highlighted Items

Children’s Choir: Please gather in the Sanctuary at 11:45 am for choir practice.

Presbyterian Youth Fellowship, Today: All youth, grades 6 – 12 are invited to join PYF for fellowship, food and fun at 5 pm in McPhail Hall. For more information please contact Mary Sterner at or 713-723-6262.

Presbyterian Women Program and Luncheon, Tuesday April 16: All women are invited to McPhail Hall at 9:30 am for a general meeting, a special program presented by Dr. Brad Urquhart, followed by lunch. Friends are welcome.

Book Group, Thursday, April 18: St. John’s Book Group will begin discussing their new book, How God Became King by NT Wright at 7:30 pm. Everyone is welcome.

April/May Beacon Newsletter: Please deliver all Beacon articles for the upcoming church newsletter by email,, or deliver to the church office or Room 208.  The last chance to be part of this issue is April 21 at 12 noon.

Sunday Circle, April 21: All women of St. John’s are invited to the Bible Study, after Worship, in Building 2.

Inquirer’s Class: Pastor Jon will teach a Sunday afternoon Inquirer's Class as an orientation for those who are new to the church on Sunday, April 21 from 4-7 pm in the Session Room with a light dinner provided. Those who come may then join the church on Sunday, April 28, during worship.

PYF needs Dinner! PYF needs help with dinner (for aprox.10) for their Sunday evening PYF meetings. The available dates are 4/28 and 5/5. PYF meets at 5 pm with dinner usually served at 6 pm. If you are interested in helping or have questions, please contact Mary Sterner at or 713-723-6262.

Support Michael Bisase as he joins the fight against Cancer. You can support Michael, and his team the Boot Scootin Boobies, on his online page Please scroll down the page and put in Michael’s or the teams name in The Support a Participant box.
The Relay for life is:
 ● Organized, overnight community fundraising walk
 ● Teams of people camp out around a track
 ● Members of each team take turns walking around the track
 ● Food, games and activities provide entertainment and build camaraderie
 ● Family-friendly environment for the entire community