Weekly Happenings
May 20, 2022
St. John's would like to welcome guest speaker,
Pastor Tom Caruso
This Week's
Worship Service
Luanne Clay, Greeter
Melanie Schaeffer, Scripture
Scott Clay, Usher
Heather Innes, Pianist
Greg Innes, Sound
Larry Miller, Website and Video
Peggy Miller, Facebook
Ron Royer, Projections
Prayer for Peace

Pray for peace throughout the world, especially for the Ukrainians at this time.
The Penn Central Conference Virtual Choir performs a traditional Orthodox Kyrie from Ukraine.
To whom much is given, much will be required. (Luke 12:48). 
The strife in Ukraine has caused us to pause, to pray, and to wonder how we can help the displaced people. We worry if our donations are being used for people and not overheard? We wonder if our donations can make a difference. We feel helpless. But there is a site to help us learn where to give. What is safe.
Charity Navigator - https://www.charitynavigator.org – is a source to research trustworthy aid organization.

On the Home page of Charity Navigator, there is a site named “Ukrainian-Russia Crisis” - https://www.charitynavigator.org/index.cfm?bay=content.view&cpid=9366 - and on that site, we can search the kind of aid we want to give (medical, food, housing, etc.). We have choices.
No donation is too small. They add up and help to give comfort, strength, and courage.

“Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ.” Galatians 6:2

Nursing Home:
Beatrice Warlow
Florence Rhan
Fay Krumbine
Shirley Haldeman
Betty Hower, pray for her time of mourning

Jason Galloway
(Deployed in Egypt)
Kevin White, Lt. Col.
Lee Moyer, Navy, Deployed

Remembering those we have lost:
Ray Hower
Don Smith, Craig Smith's father
Mary Young
Barbara Stahl
Tyler Haag
Earlene Baal
Joan Cousins
Deb Snavely
Lenora Hummel
Dennis Wood
Michael Gerhart
Family & Friends:
Sarah Anderson, RN at UPMC
Josh and Anna Hertzog
Dale Lingle, home
Colin Tobin
Bob D., Cancer
John B., Cancer
Glenn L., Lung Transplant
Barry, Dawn's Friend
Carl Martinez, Heather's
Friend's Father
Gloria B., Linda's Friend Cancer
Cameron B., needs another bone marrow transplant
Brooke Markle, had a bad fall
Christine Heagy, missionary
Harry, Paul's father
Dear God,
Thank you for your love and presence in my life and in the life of the church. St. John’s is your church. We place it in your hands and seek your will to be done. Give us courage, humility, and wisdom as we listen to you and to one another.  Give us the spirit of your love in all that we do. Guide our decisions as we live out our faith and the St. John’s Mission Statement:
"We serve all of God's people by sharing the love of Christ and ministering to our community."
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