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Upcoming Events

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The Bible: bit by bit

Interested in reading the Bible but not sure where to start? Wanting background information to better understand the Bible? Come join us as we take the Bible bit by bit, reading it together and learning more about its context in order to better understand what it has to teach us today. We'll meet on the fourth Sundays of the month at 9:05am (between our two worship services) in the Community Room. First session: May 26.

These session will be in-person only, and not recorded. Absolutely no experience necessary. We can't wait to see you!

Pre-Session Assignment: Read the first 15 Chapters of Genesis, the first book of the Bible. What do you notice? Who were these stories written for, by whom, for what purpose?

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Learn & Serve: Native Plants Planting Day at St. John's 

Wednesday evening, May 22, 5:00 - 8:00pm 

Spring is here which means only one thing (besides Tiger baseball) - Gardens!  St. John's received a grant from the Wildflower Association of Michigan to plant native shrubs, perennials and grasses in three gardens - at the Hoop House, near the Peace Pole, front yard near the old elevator. No experience necessary and all ages are welcome (especially kids and young adults!). 

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A multi-generational three-evening program called “Constructing the Kingdom” - June 17-19 from 5:30-8:00 pm for all ages (children, youth, and adults). The program includes dinner, art, games (appropriate for all mobility levels), science, and music for all of us. We will work on a group service project reinforcing what it means to be co-builders with God in a Kingdom where we embrace diversity, love one another, and help out in our community. The cost is $10/person or $15/household. If the program is in any way cost prohibitive for you, please contact one of the clergy, and we will provide a scholarship. Please register here to help us with planning.

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Daytrippers: June 22, 11:00am Ray Wiegand’s Nursery

Author Rick Gray will be discussing his book Gardeners Guide to Native Plants. Wiegand’s staff will be available to answer questions.

Their famous Butterfly House will also be open. If you would like to carpool from church, please contact Therese Nottingham or  

Linda Tucker

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