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2018 Holiday Bazaar

All-Church Service Day

On Sunday, September 9, we’re going to do God’s work in a coordinated effort. It’s part of a national day of service called God’s Work Our Hands Sunday, with the whole ELCA. Come to worship dressed for work (wear your blue St. John’s t-shirt)! After worship we’ll enjoy a snack and get to work for a couple hours, 10:30am – 12pm. Sign-up sheets are coming soon!

 

Summer Food Program 2018

July 19, 2018 by  
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2018 Spring Service Day

Bluegrass Worship

In worship on January 13 & 14, we’ll be tapping our toes to some favorite bluegrass tunes. The Praise Team will lead us as we enjoy this uniquely spirited music. Invite a friend or neighbor to join you for this special Gospel/Folk event.

Holiday Bazaar 2017

Ecumenical Christmas Concert

November 1, 2017 by  
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Pathway Preschool

August 18, 2014 by  
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Pathway Preschool meets during the school year in the lower level of our building to offer children and families a private 3-year-old preschool and a public 4K program focused on school readiness. If you have a child who will be 3 or 4 years old by September 1, please contact Nikki Soto, program director, for more information: 608-314-7687.

FAQ’s

July 10, 2013 by  
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FAQs about PATHWAY PRESCHOOL at St. John’s Lutheran Church

Who runs Pathway Preschool?

Pathway Preschool is owned and operated by Nikki Soto. Neither Nikki nor her teachers are on St. John’s staff. Pathway Preschool carries its own insurance liability.

What is St. John’s relationship with Pathway Preschool?

St. John’s is hosting Pathway Preschool in the lower level of our building under a lease agreement. We collaborate on the use of our facility, and we offer an optional chapel time for the children. Together we are community partners seeking to support kids and families.

Why is St. John’s partnering with Pathway Preschool?

St. John’s wants to use our resources and facility for the good of the community. We also want to connect with our community and help meet the needs of families.

How does this relate to our faith?

St. John’s mission is to REACH OUT to others with God’s love and care. As a congregation we want to reduce barriers for people connecting to God and the church through St. John’s. Expanding our interaction, collaboration, and welcome with the community helps us fulfill our mission.

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