Do you wonder sometimes whether prayer is REALLY necessary? After all, doesn’t God know what we need and when we need help? If you’ve ever wanted to explore the dimensions of prayer more intentionally, then join Pastor Drex at 9:30am before Worship for the latter three Sundays of July, beginning Sunday, July 12th. The targeted study will be : WHY PRAY??
Sunday, July 12th – join us after services for hot dogs, hamburgers, potato salad. Drinks will be furnished by the Fellowship Circle. Please bring a dish to share, smiles, laughter and fun too!! Any questions, see Sue Eversole or Sue Weidmayer!
Join us Friday, July 10th – Sunday, July 12th for our All Church Campout. Come for the weekend or just a day or evening. Food, games, campfires, and a campfire sing-a-long on Saturday evening. Special musical guest – Pastor Drex! Saturday – lunch is at 12:00 noon and Saturday evening dinner is at 5:00pm. There is a sign-up sheet in the overflow room for you to check out and sign up. Any questions, see Ralph or Ruth Myers, Lisa Klager, Beth Renner, Jay or Margo Myers.
Join us this Sunday, May 31st for worship at 10:30am as we celebrate our graduating seniors. Amanda Clark, Clinton High, Erica Drake, Saline High, Isaac Eversole, Manchester High, Sutton Jacobs, Manchester High, Bill Klager, Saline High, Elly Schwingel, Saline High.
Adler, Wanda 5/21/1943 – 4/18/2015 Sylva, NC Wanda Mae (Guenther) Adler, age 71, passed peacefully into God’s hands on April 18, 2015. A lifelong resident of Saline, MI until 2008, Wanda was born on May 21, 1943 to Clement and Jaunita (Sweet) Guenther. She graduated from Saline High School with the class of 1962. In January 1964 she married Max E. Adler and they welcomed their first child, Amanda, in November of 1964. In July 1968 they welcomed their second child, Mark. Even though Wanda and Max divorced in 1986, they remained close friends up until his death in 2008 and shared Friday night dinners at Mark’s Coney Island with Amanda and her children for many years. An influential and proud member of the Community, Wanda served on the Saline City Council from 1977 to 1983, on the Planning Commission from 1984 through 1986, and also served on the Industrial & Business Development Commission. She started the Saline Farmers Market, was a volunteer and board member with the Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living, a volunteer with seniors in Saline and at the Evangelical home, and worked on the Mill Pond Manner housing project in Saline. She drove a taxi in Saline before becoming Manager of the Saline Auto Wash and Gas Station during the 1980s and later retired as a longtime favorite employee of Niethammer Transport. Wanda remained a member of St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Bridgewater, MI until she moved to Sylva, NC in 2008. It was there that she joined the Alliance Bible Church, a congregation that became a second family to her in her final years. She was preceded in death by her parents Clement and Jaunita and her sister, Carol (Guenther) Williams. Wanda is survived by her two children, Amanda (Gary Jordan) Hart of Saline, MI and Mark E. (Jennifer) Adler of Levittown, PA; her grandchildren Jimmy Hart, Joe (Keeley Zabel) Hart, Alyssa Hart, Mark B. Adler, and Joshua Adler; her Brother, Gordon (Daneil) Guenther of Manchester, MI; her nieces and nephews, Danny Weber, Brent (Kathy) Weber, Heather (Randy) Gustin, Stephen (Marchelle) Williams, Kylee (Raj) Guenther, and Dustin Guenther; several cousins, great-nieces and nephews; and other loved ones Tammy Gieske, Brandon Armstrong, and Grant Armstrong of Jackson, MI. A memorial service will be held for her at St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Bridgewater, MI on Saturday, May 16, 2015 at 1:00pm with Pastor Drex Morton officiating. Wanda was a fierce and independent woman who was always generous with her time and is loved and missed by many.
This Sunday, May 3rd the Fellowship Circle is hosting a chicken/potluck dinner after worship. The Fellowship Circle will be providing the chicken, drinks and table service. Everyone attending is asked to bring a potluck dish to share. A free-will offering will be received.
Welcome to St. John’s Website!
The menus across the top of the page will navigate to to various parts of the site. The “About” menu will take you to a brief introduction to our church and also contains the church calendar. The “Newcomers” button on the right will also take you to this page until we can have a dedicated “Newcomers” page.
The “Ministries” menu will eventually list all of our active ministries and link to their page and includes a page for the “Daily Bible Reading” external site for your use.
The “Media” menu contains all of the past events and currently contains the link to the LCMC site.
The “Contact” page links to a contact form that will allow users leave a message for the church.