Traveling Martin

In celebration of the 500th Reformation, we have “Traveling Martin Luther” to travel with you this summer! Traveling Martin is here and ready to spend the summer with you and your family and be a part of all of your activities. Wherever you happen to go, take Traveling Martin along...

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Congrats to our CDC Director, Joanna

  By Susan Shinn It took two years and a lot of late nights, but this month, Joanna Smith will receive he master’s degree in education from UNCG. Joanna, director of St. John’s Child Develop- ment Center, also received her undergraduate degree in human development and family studies from UNCG. “I really needed to work...

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Hands & Feet Camp

Some 22 third– through fifth-graders came to St. John’s Aug. 10-14 for the third-annual Hands & Feet Camp. Caroline Parrott led the camp for the second year in a row, along with student volunteers Caylynn Westberg — who will take over next year — Sam McNeely and Shelby Holden, along...

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First Communion Milestone

Four girls received First Communion on March 15 at St. John’s. The girls received instruction from Pastor Rhodes and Kimberly Lentz, children’s minister, and participated in home assignments with their families. They also painted their own chalices at Pottery 101, which they used to take communion.   Congratulations to Paige, Anabel, Devyn and...

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Miracle of the Light

Nine of our sixth-grade girls and friends learned about acolyting during the Miracle of the Light milestone on Jan. 9. “For Lillie, it was meaningful that they tied in the question of ‘Why light in worship?’ and what it means to acolyting,” said Kathy Rusher. “She now understands the importance...

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