Matters of Importance

We have multiple ways for our congregation to celebrate, live, and share the abundant life of Jesus Christ. Learn how you can get involved in upcoming events at St. John with the Matters of Importance.

Family FUNday School
June 4-August 13 | 9:45-10:45 | Children’s Ministry Center Sonshine Room
We will enjoy family FUNday school during the Sunday school hour for families with children from18 months to those going into 8th grade. Parents are asked to join us as we discover truths in God’s Word through fun and amazing ways! … so grab your coffee and donut, wander over to the Sonshine Room and enjoy our FUNday!

Church Picnic
June 25 | 12:30 p.m.
Following the NewSong Service, we will enjoy Carl’s BBQ under the Big Tent on the Baseball fields. A free will offering will be taken. Join us outside for A 30-ft. portable Rock Climbing Wall, 2-person Bungee Run, and a Kids Bounce House provided by Camp Cho-Yeh of Livingston TX. There will also be a Tropical Water slide for younger kids, and the ever-popular Big Kahuna Water Slide for bigger kids. Cotton Candy, Sno Cones and Sausage on a Stick. Invite friends and neighbors, bring your lawn chairs and pop up tents to relax in some shade, have conversations with other families and be a part of the fun.

Celebrate Jesus
Saturday, July 15 | 7 p.m.
Come and join us for a celebration with our neighbors at the Windsor Apartment in Cypress. We will sing and worship and Celebrate Jesus. Sign up on the connection card for more details.

Save the Date! Rally Day & Abundantly More Campaign Kick-off Event
Sunday, July 27
Rally Day is a special celebration of the Christian Education ministries of the church, an opportunity to look forward to the coming ministry year and mission efforts. In addition, this year we will celebrate the kick-off of our Abundantly More Capital Stewardship Campaign with special guest, Rev. Dr. Gerald Kieschnick, President Emeritus of The Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod. Circle the date on your calendar and be sure to join in the celebration

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