At St. John's we love to get together in fellowship.  This year, our Fellowship Commission hosted a wonderful and crazy fun luau with games, prizes, leis and delicious food.  We even got to learn how to do the hula!  Aloha! 





* Sunday morning classes are held for youth Kindergarten through the 8th grade.

* Nursery care is available throughout the morning

"Kids of the Kingdom"  [Elementary K - 4] Kids of the Kingdom is SJPC’s children’s program during worship services.  After the anthem elementary aged kids head to class to pray, worship and learn together.  We provide Christ centered teaching in a way that helps kids build foundations of faith as they begin to understand “the Big God Story” and how they are a part of much larger community of faith of past, present and future believers. Please join us for this fun, creative, God-centered class! 

 "The Mix"  [5th - 8th grade] The Mix meets after the anthem during worship in the downstairs youth room. Starting in April we will be studying from the book "The Me I Want to Be" by John Ortberg.  This series helps teens discover what it can look like when they are fully alive. They will see that God has a perfect vision for their lives.  This series helps teens grow spiritually and helps them understand how to live the life the God desires for them- even through challenges.  We will be starting up the Mix group again after the summer.  Enjoy your summer and be safe! Please call the church office if you have any questions.   

* High school aged youth are encouraged to worship with their families in the service, however, the Mix will tailor the Sunday School Lesson for all those who choose to be involved. 







June isTop Ramen month for Treasure House. Top Ramen is a dish that almost all kids love! It is easy to prepare and a welcome extra in the food box Treasure House gives out to families. Please remember to put a few extra Ramen packages into your shopping cart this month and place them in the grey tub in the Narthex!  

Households with children are the largest demographic group accessing emergency food boxes (EFB). The average number of EFB's distributed monthly in Clark County has increased from 9,500 to 10,100 and 39% of those receiving hunger relief from this source are children.