Category: News

FIRST HOUR, CHILDREN’S WORSHIP AND THEMES

We are going to
offer expanded programming before the service starting this fall. It will be
called First Hour. We will offer
faith formation options across the lifespan, for all ages and interests. For
now, we’re calling this “religious development” time. This is a time for
learning together, growth, and … read more.

The Wheel of the Year

This year the staff team has worked
to schedule out a full year of themes.  When, in the last few years, we
have tried themes by month, we have found the time to be too short to dive deep
into the richness of the topic.  This year we … read more.

Weeding St. John’s Eisenlohr Library

Weeding is the removal of materials from a library collection in a systematic way. Careful weeding is key to the health of a collection. www.libraryjournal.com

Books weeded from St. John’s library will be donated to the public library.

Given limited shelf space in the library, it’s necessary … read more.

ABSENTEE BALLOT JUNE 2ND 2019 ELECTION

                                                                                         YES          NO                     Melissa Rowland, Program Director                         ________   ________                   Lorie Hayes, Member At Large                                  ________   ________                   Linda Heath, Finance Director                                  ________   ________

Absentee ballots shall be issued to voting members of the Congregation on request. This request may be made at any time prior to the last Friday preceding … read more.

Annual Meeting June 2

St. John’s annual congregational meeting is Sunday, June 2, 2019, immediately after service. We will vote on

The proposed budget for 2019-20 The proposed Facility Master Plan Two bylaw changes To elect members to the Board for 2019-20.

One of the proposed bylaw … read more.

Days for Girls

St John’s member are supporting Days for Girls, a global non-profit providing for the feminine hygiene of girls worldwide. Learn more below.

Days for Girls began in 2008 when Founder and CEO Celeste Mergens was working with a family foundation in the outskirts of Nairobi, … read more.

Letter from Alice Diebel

Unitarian Universalists (UUs) often see themselves as the religion of reason – we study things, we use our minds and count on having good information to guide us. I know I value learning and knowledge! After all, I’m in school! UUs also often see ourselves … read more.