DATELINE TOWNSEND: THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 2021 Viral Ministry Day 352
PANTRY served 19 families on the first open day in March.
PRAYERS for family of Bob Neitzer who passed to eternal life with Christ Saturday. Visitation is open to public tomorrow, Friday Noon - 2 John Friday at 2 pm. Funeral service is at 2 pm, but masks and social distancing are required.
CALL COMMITTEE met last Tuesday night and narrowed down the list of fifteen available candidates for Pastor of St. John. The next meeting is March 9. After that a short list of 3-5 candidates will be presented to the congregation to make the call selection.
THANKS to our Fellowship Department and Christian Volunteers who are keeping contact with our members through the weekly dvds of the service, Porch Visits, and Soup for Folks. If you know of a St. John member who needs a pick-me-up through one of these ministry programs, please call Kathy Moerman 262-442-8519.
FIFTY WEEKS since Governor Evers put the first covid restrictions on Wisconsin. Our daily tally above will continue until our church is fully open for in-person worship. Even with the vaccination cover our area has had, our elders are not ready to risk full opening until we have a clearer picture of the safety in doing that.
Posts below are informational and will remain on this page for during the COVID-19 crisis.
COVID SHOTS for 65 and older may be obtained by signing up with Nicolet Pharmacy, Phone number 715-276-3646, by voice or text.
COVID SHOTS for Oconto Co. residents 65 and older can also be obtained through Bellin 920-445-7313 or Prevea 833-344-4373.
DOTY TOWN Hall is a test site every other Tuesday. It is located on Co. T just north of Highway 64.Next offering is March 2.
OUTREACH of our congregation for those who need our love through this pandemic, can happen through a pastoral call, church service videos delivered to the home, grocery shopping and delivery, our new Soup for Folks ministry, or the Brother's Keeper program. The contact to get the ball rolling is Kathy Moerman 262-442-8519.
THRIFT STORE is open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 11-4 and 11-3 for donations. Masks are required in the store.
MASKS or facial coverings are mandatory in Wisconsin indoors and in public areas for everybody. The chief spread of infections are transmitted by exhalation of an infected person. A facial covering blocks droplets containing the virus.
PANTRY DONATIONS may be mailed to PO Box 183, Lakewood 54138. Foodstuffs may be dropped off Tuesdays 8-9 am, Wednesdays 9-10 and 6-7, or by arrangement with Scott 715-850-0768. Thanks for your generous support!