Harlem Globetrotters

HarlemGlobetrotters

Sat. Feb. 22 – SJC Night at Harlem Globetrotters Game. SJC Music Ministry will sing National Anthem. Click here to purchase SJC discounted tickets https://groupmatics.events/s/other/Stjohn32

SJCVictoryGroups

SJCVictoryGroups

 

SJC VICTORY GROUPS

(NOTE: each group meets for 13 weeks & the cost is ONLY $20 for all 13wks.)

  • Single & Parenting: (Grand Prairie campus)
    • Starts: Wednesday, January 29, 2020
    • Time: 6:30pm
    • Location: Grand Prairie campus, Victory Place Biblical Counseling Center
  • GriefShare and DivorceCare: (Southlake campus)
    • Starts: Sunday, January 26, 2020
    • Time: 1:30pm
    • Location: SL campus, both groups meet separately on 2nd floor
  • GriefShare and DivorceCare: (Grand Prairie campus)
    • Starts: Thursday, January 30, 2020
    • Time: 7pm
    • Location: GP campus, both groups meet separately in the Victory Place Biblical Counseling Center

*Individuals can click here to register now or by email: victoryplace@sjbcfamily.com or call the church: 972-264-1483 x8224.

SJC Classes

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BIBLE STUDY GROUPS

  • Young Adults
    •  YA Bible Study Begins – 1st Wed. 7 PM SL and 3rd Wed. 7 PM GP (email youngadults@sjbcfamily.com)
  • Women Group Bible Study:
    • Grand Prairie Campus – resumes Feb. 19 every Wednesday  7:00pm-8:30pm
    • Southlake Campus – resumes Feb 23 every Sunday 8:30-9:45am
  • Senior Women of Faith:
    • Grand Prairie Campus –  Sanctuary – 1st and 3rd Thursdays at 6:00 -7:00pm
  • Master Men’s Ministry:
    • Brotherhood Bible Study – Grand Prairie Campus – every Tuesday at 6-7:30pm
    • Men’s Discipleship & Prayer – Southlake Campus –  1st Sat. 8-10:00am resumes Feb. 1
  • Married Couple Ministry:
    • Southlake Campus – March 21, Saturday ar 10:00am – 11:30am
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New Member’s Orientation 
Grand Prairie Campus – Fellowship Hall – Feb. 11st Saturdays 9 AM-12 PM
Southlake Campus – Room 125 – 4th Sundays  12-3 PM
All new members are encouraged to attend to gain more understanding  of basic Christian beliefs, learn more about the ministries of St. John and meet with other members.

Salvation 101
Southlake Campus – Feb. 1  – Saturday 9-10:30 AM
Every 1st Saturday – rotate campuses. A class designed for children between 5-12 years of age to address question. What does it mean to be a Christian? What is baptism? Why do we take communion? Parents are also encouraged to participate.

Church School 

Grand Prairie Campus – Sundays at 9:00am  and Wednesdays at  6:00pm
Southlake Campus – Sundays at 9:00am
As believers we are to study the Word of God on a consistent basis. Church School is a group study with an approved curriculum providing a firm foundation for spiritual growth.

Pre-Marriage Classes 
Grand Prairie Campus – starting Jan 30 every Thursday at 7:00 – 8:30pm
Southlake Campus – starting Feb. 1 every Saturday at 10:00am – 12:00pm
Eight weeks of interactive classes designed to discover God’s truths regarding marriage. Have you been seriously dating or think you are ready for marriage? Learn the biblical truth about the principles of marriage and God’s will for both of you and by the end, you will be confident in your decision to marry or not.Class materials will be provided on the first day of class. Cost is $30.00 per person.

Spiritual Gifts Class

Grand Prairie  Campus – Feb. 8 – Saturday. at 10:00am – 1:00pm
All believers have been equipped with a spiritual gift. This class will help you identify your gift. Make plans to attend this class to learn of your uniqueness in Christ.

Financial/Stewardship Classes
Grand Prairie Campus – Feb. 22 – Sat. 10 AM-12 Noon – Understanding Your 401K
Southlake Campus – Feb. 23 – Sun. 12:30-2 PM  – Understanding Your 401K

Do you really want to work to the age of 95 years? Everyone who is employed should have a 401K plan. Take the time to learn the benefits of your 401K and how to maximize its growth.


Teacher Certification
Grand Prairie Campus – Feb. 29– Saturday 10:00am – 1:00pm
If you have the gift of teaching, your gift is needed. Please make arrangements to attend the class to receive certification training.

 

Kidney Awareness

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Join our Kidney Awareness Team!

Do you have personal or family experience with kidney disease?  Join our planning team focused on bringing awareness, education, and support! Email volunteer@sjbcfamily.com

Things to Know During Kidney Awareness Month:

  1. Kidney disease is the 9th leading cause of death in the country.
  2. More than 30 million Americans have kidney disease, and most don’t know it.
  3. There are over 95,000 people waiting for kidney transplants.
  4. More than 590,000 people have kidney failure in the US today.
  5. Be informed… there are many myths circulating that could cost you greatly.

Be a Donor!

Most organ and tissue donations occur after the donor has died. But some organs and tissues can be donated while the donor is alive. Nearly 6,000 living donations take place each year. That’s about 4 out of every 10 donations.

Most living donations happen among family members or between close friends. Some people become altruistic living donors by choosing to donate to someone they don’t know.

Living Organ Donation

Living donors potentially can donate:

  • One of two kidneys. 
    A kidney is the most frequently donated organ from a living donor. The donor’s remaining kidney provides the necessary function needed to remove waste from the body.
  • One of two lobes of their liver.
    Cells in the remaining lobe of the liver grow or regenerate until the liver is almost its original size. This re-growth of the liver occurs in a short period of time in both the donor and recipient.
  • A lung or part of a lung, part of the pancreas, or part of the intestines.
    Although these organs do not regenerate, both the donated portion of the organ and the portion remaining with the donor are fully functioning.

Don’t leave without viewing this videos!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0B4n-OoPn1w&t=1s

StoneyCreekRanch

StoneyCreekRanch

SJC Children & Youth at Stoney Creek Ranch

A Christian Summer Camp Experience

The SJC Family Ministry presents the Stoney Creek Ranch summer camp.

Stoney Creek Ranch offers spiritual growth in a camp environment where children and youth can learn about God and develop/deepen his or her personal walk with the Lord Jesus Christ.

STONEY CREEK RANCH

Stoney Creek Ranch is a non-denominational Christian Camp offering a first class camping facility for your next retreat. The camp is centrally located off of IH-10, 60 miles west of Houston in New Ulm, TX between Columbus and Sealy. You will find rolling hills, lakes, fun activities, state of the art amenities and the beauty of the great outdoors.

STONEY CREEK MISSION

Stoney Creek Foundation is a 501(c)(3), nonprofit organization. Our mission is to serve young people in ways that will allow them to come to know Christ, His role in their lives and to develop an authentic personal relationship with Him through the use of our facilities, financial resources and dedicated staff and volunteers.

STONEY CREEK RANGERS

This is the terminology used to describe the adult chaperones. SJC will provide one adult to every ten children/youth (1:10 ratio). Rangers will ride the bus and remain at the camp with the children/youth. They will be the point of contact for you and your child.

SJC PLANNED CAMP DATES HAVE BEEN UPDATED!

June 10-14: children ages 9 -18 yrs old

STONEY CREEK CAMP FEES

$150.00 per student.
Space is limited & filling up QUICKLY! Registration includes t-shirt.

NEED INFORMATION AND ADDITIONAL DETAILS?

We would love to talk with you about STONEY CREEK and our 2020 SJC camp dates.

CONTACT US
Church office 972-264-1483  or 972-264-1707 or childrensministry@sjbcfamily.com

REGISTRATION

Click Here To Register

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