St. John's Presbyterian Church Camas, Washington Celebrating the Gospel and Living It to the World!
Join Us This Sunday!
Worship is held at 10:30 am each Sunday. It is a “convergent” style of worship bringing the best of reformed, liturgical, contemporary and evangelical traditions. Children are always a welcomed part of worship. From September to June, music leadership is provided by the Choir of St. John’s and the Worship Team. Sunday schedule:
10:00 am Coffee Fellowship
10:30 am Worship with Kids of the Kingdom
Nursery care is available throughout the morning.
We are located at: 1206 NE Birch Street, Camas, WA 98607
Sunday Morning Programs
Sunday morning classes are held for Kindergarten through the 4th grade during worship. To help our children grow in their appreciation of worship, we provide the “Kids of the Kingdom” ministry. Using age appropriate curriculum children are instructed in the various elements of worship. Nursery care is available throughout the morning for children under the age of five years.
"Kids of the Kingdom" (Elementary K - 4th grade)
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 a much larger community of faith of past, present and future believers. Please join us for this fun, creative, God-centered class!
Treasure House Food of the Month
Each month at St. John's we collect a monthly food item for our donation to Treasure House. Treasure House helps to keep pantries full for those in need. 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.
December is dry packaged pasta month. Food historians are certain that the Etruscans, a culture that predated ancient Greece, ate macaroni as early as the 4th century BC, according to the National Pasta Association. Easy to prepare, versatile and nutritious, macaroni is an American pantry staple.