Senior Center 8:00AM-1:30PM
Meals On Wheels
Tuesdays & Thursdays
Church Office 9:30AM-3:00PM
Bible Study 10:00AM
Chancel Choir 6:00PM
Cantata Choir 6:30PM
Nov 04 Spiritual Council 7:00PM
Nov 05 Worship & Music Team 5:30PM
Nov 06 Property Team 6:30PM
Nov 07 Women’s Fellowship 5:00PM
Nov 09 Joyful Ringers 11:15AM
Nov 11 Fellowship Team 7:00PM
Nov 13 Mission Team 7:00PM
Nov 18 Education Team 6:30PM
Nov 20 Finance Committee 6:00PM
Nov 23 Joyful Ringers 11:15AM
Nov 24 Consistory 7:00PM
UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
121 East Main Street, Schuylkill Haven, PA
Greetings from Saint John’s Church!
We are a small and friendly congregation located in the heart of Schuylkill Haven. Founded in 1862, our congregation has a long history in social ministries locally, regionally, and throughout the world. Click on the links above to learn more about Saint John’s or join us for worship in our historic Sanctuary. You will find a warm welcome here!
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“O give thanks to the Lord, for he is good; for his steadfast love endures forever.”
~ Psalm 107:1
As we come to the month of November, we have many opportunities for which to give thanks. There are five Sundays this month, and each one has a special meaning.
Psalm 107 is the Psalm of the day for November 2—All Saints Sunday—on which we celebrate Holy Communion.
November 9 is our annual congregational meeting, when we gather to give thanks for God’s blessings over these past 152 years and to ask his blessing upon us as we look to serve him in the coming year.
November 16 we welcome Rev. Alan Reider to our pulpit and celebrate Thanksgiving Sunday as the next Sunday, November 23—the last Sunday of the church year—we memorialize members and friends who have passed into eternity this past year. Memorial gifts will also be dedicated during this special service.
November 30 begins the season of Advent with Holy Communion followed by the decorating of the church for the holiday season.
Please consider joining us as we worship, work, and fellowship together.
Rev. Janet E. Lewis