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7:45 am Traditional
9:00 am Sunday School & Adult Bible Study
10:15 am Traditional & NewSong Contemporary
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Saturday, April 18, 2015 – 4:00-7:00 p.m.
On Saturday, April 18, from 4:00 to 7:00pm, St. John’s Lutheran Church of Lake Township will be holding a benefit in support of local resident Angie (Dittmer) Green. Angie, daughter of Sue and Walt Dittmer and wife of Jon Green, was misdiagnosed several years ago with Crohn’s disease. She has been in poor health since that time and has been in and out of the hospital and ICU since October. Angie recently had to have her small intestine removed and can only receive I.V. nutrients. She is awaiting a small intestine and a pancreas transplant. Due to her ill health and hospitalizations, Angie had to quit her job as a nurse, which was the main source of income and insurance for her family, including her two school-aged daughters. They are struggling to pay the enormous mounting medical bills, as well as day-to-day expenses. All proceeds of this benefit will go to the Green family to assist them financially. The event will include a hog roast (free-will donation), silent auction, carnival games for kids (wristbands $5 each or three for $10), and live music! Come and enjoy a great time at this important event. Carry-out will be available. St. John’s is located at 7914 W. Cook Road in Ft. Wayne.
April 19th, A Hope for Purity Class
- 5:00-7:00 p.m. Dinner provided
April 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th, GROUP
- 6:30-8:00 p.m.
April 24th & 25th, 30 Hour Famine
The annual church women’s retreat in Howe, Indiana at Camp Lutherwald will take place Friday and Saturday, April 24-25. The cost is $50 and includes towels and bed linens, dinner on Friday night and brunch on Saturday morning, in addition to the Bible Study workbook and other wonderful goodies to make the stay fun and comfortable for you! Registration will be between March 22 and April 12. Look for Flyers and more information to come in March.
What would life be like if we woke up each day with the reality of having no access to clean water? What if our kids could not attend school because of diarrheal illnesses and we had no choice but to continue giving them dirty water? This is the reality of nearly a billion people around the globe. The Global Water Crisis is responsible for 5,500 deaths per day and 3.5 million deaths per year. Water Missions International is a nonprofit Christian organization providing sustainable safe water and sanitation solutions for people in developing countries and disaster areas. Each year on Water Sunday, churches all over the US have the opportunity to get behind them and raise support and awareness for the Global Water Crisis. This March our church will be taking part in Water Sunday for the third time. On April 26 we will dedicate our services to speaking about the World Water Crisis and how St. John’s is partnering for safe water projects worldwide. To find out more about the Global Water Crisis, visit www.watermissions.org and join us on April 26!
New Testament Bibles
In the back of the sanctuary, fellowship hall and in the narthex are paperback editions of the New Testament. Please take one and keep it if you need it, or give it to someone you think may want it – a neighbor, friend, co-worker, or even a stranger. This would be an easy way to share Christ’s message, love, and redeeming grace.
The St. John’s Men’s and Women’s Golf League will begin on Monday, May 4 and will run through August. The Golf League meets Mondays at Eel River Course at 5:00 p.m. We welcome both men and women to join the golf league, we welcome players of all levels, and we look forward to a time of fellowship and fun. If you would like to sign-up or if you have any questions, please call Tony Eagle at 625-3031 or Terry Heck at 248-8905.
The 2015 flower chart is now in the binder in the library. Two or more families can sign up per Sunday. The cost of the flowers is $15.00 per family. You can place your donation for the flowers in the offering plate on Sunday. If you do so, please be sure to designate that in the appropriate box on your offering envelope.
7914 West Cook Road, Fort Wayne, Indiana 46818
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