Mission Ministry: Guided
by "The Great Commission" this group of parish
leaders are discerning where God is leading St.
John's Anglican Church in mission to proclaim
the Gospel of Jesus Christ, both in our
community and elsewhere.
Parish Life Committee focuses on bringing people
together. The goal of each event is to foster
support and love for each other in the Body of
Christ. A variety of activities are planned and
coordinated to meet the fellowship needs of our
Parish and support activities led by other
Prayer Chain of St. John's is made up of
volunteer members of the congregation who pray
for those in special need who have requested
prayer. Contacting a Prayer Chain participant
or the Church Office will "start the chain"
which will have each participant contact another
until all are in-the- know to pray for that
specific person. Prayer requests may be for
oneself or others.
Sunday School Educators
John's has a dedicated group of members who have
felt called to teach our children. Their goal
is to encourage our children to become dynamic
disciples of Jesus Christ, who know God
intimately, love Him passionately and serve Him
Lectors are members of the church family who
have felt called, and are privileged to read the
Word of God as recorded in the Bible during our
and Country, sponsored by St. John's, is a
bi-annual community gathering to join our hearts
in prayer for our nation, our state and our
community that we might return to following
God's will for our lives. The gathering is held
in Spring and Fall in an open-air setting with
old-time gospel music and prayer from
neighboring churches and fellow citizens.
patience, diligence and openness to the
mission of Our Lord Jesus Christ, the Long
Range Planning Committee will be visualizing
the long term goals for St. John's Anglican
Church. The mission includes evaluating the
site, needed infrastructure, required
improvements, capitol and finances necessary
and a relationship with the professionals
required to meet the stated goals. This
preparation, or discovery phase is essential
to building the foundation for our future.
Lay Eucharistic Minister (LEM)
The Lay Eucharistic Ministry is an opportunity
for Men and Women to serve Our Lord in a very
unique manner. They are devoted to serving with
the Officiant ( Priest or Bishop) in the
distribution of the Consecrated Elements (wine)
during The Communion Service. In addition, They
are asked to participate in the reading of the
Lessons of the Day.