October 19 – All-Church Picnic

480_Baker_BeachOct 19 right after worship, come to the annual church picnic at Baker Beach. There will be pumpkins to carve, games, and good food. If you wish to bring a side dish or dessert to share, please do, but it isn’t necessary.

Bring beach toys and chairs. Contact the Community Team for more information (community@stjohnssf.org).

There will be rides available as well from the church. St. John picnickers should try and use the parking lot on Chamberlin Rd. It is the most northern parking lot.

Check out pictures from last year’s picnic.

Sunday School Teachers Wanted

All kids’ programs will begin September 21. We are shifting the grades a little bit to accommodate the numbers. We are looking for teachers. The lesson plans are simple. All supplies are provided. The program time begins at 10am on Sunday and the kids return to worship around 10.30 – 10.40 am depending on the lesson.

Contact pastor Theresa (tcho@stjohnssf.org) for more information or if you are interested.

binocularsLittle Mariners – for preschoolers and Kindergarteners

 

 

ARK_logoA.R.K. (All Remarkable Kids) – grades 1st-5th

 

 

NavigatorsFaith Navigators – grades 6th-8th

 

Fall SF Youth Group Schedule 2014

San Francisco Presbyterian Youth Group that connects youth, grades 6th-12th, with kids from other Presbyterian churches across the city. We meet at different Presbyterian church locations every 2nd Sunday of the month from 1.30-3.30pm. Below is the Fall schedule. Contact pastor Theresa for more information and if you need a ride. We gather for fun, fellowship, and interactive and engaging bible studies.

Sunday, September 14th at Mission Bay Community Church (32 Ocean Ave.)

Sunday, October 12th at St. John’s Presbyterian Church (25 Lake St)

Sunday, November 9th at Old First Presbyterian Church (1751 Sacramento St)

Sunday, December 14th at St. John’s Presbyterian Church (25 Lake St)

July 13 – Richmond Sunday Streets

Richmond Sunday Streets is coming to our neighborhood on July 13th, 11am to 4pm. Sunday Streets is a car-free event, closing off miles of city streets, opening them up for people to participate in free activities and to get out and be active for the set duration.

Below is a map of the Sunday Streets route.

Arguello Blvd (from Lake St to Fulton) will be blocked off (no car access) and a no parking zone from 8am to 4pm. Unfortunately if cars are parked on Arguello, they will be towed. You may want to take that into consideration when coming to church for worship.

There will be four cross streets accessible for cars to pass through Arguello:
– California
– Geary
– Balboa
– Fulton

St. John’s will be participating by inviting people to participate in different prayer activities. Come for the fun!

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