This past weekend, St. John’s confirmation was held. Sixteen confirmands spoke their vows of lifelong faithfulness to the Lord. We pray that God will bless and guide them as they find strength in hearing the beautiful Gospel message and participating in the Lord’s Supper.
Blast Off Into Reading
This is the theme of the end of the year reading program just begun in grades K-2. The children are very excited to open a new book and launch into learning!
Pre- School Registration
We are now accepting registrations for 3K and 4K next year. If you or someone you know is interested, registrations forms are in the church narthex or you can can email the school at firstname.lastname@example.org.
3K Tuesday and Thursday from 8-11.
4K Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 8-3.
Washington D.C. Models
In Social Studies the third and fourth graders recently learned about our nation's capital, Washington, D.C. After some research, the groups of students made models of certain buildings in D.C. and wrote descriptions of them. These projects will be on display in the Activity Center hallway until May 3 for you to enjoy.
Luther High Visit
Mr. John Byus, Luther High’s mission advancement director, spent time visiting the school. He lead our school chapel devotion with the theme: "Unshakeable Faith." Next year St. John's will have 18 students attending Luther Prep and Luther. We pray that God will keep all our high school students in His Word as they face life's challenges.
Connecting with St. John's Shut-Ins
In the last few weeks, K-2 helped make picture frames for the elderly and/or shut-ins from St. John's and Jehovah/Altura. The children enjoyed working with Linda Ballard and the Dorcas Society to put together "May Day" gift bags. It was great to prepare a gift that will bring so many smiles!