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Activities and Announcements for week of May 28, 2023

Sunday, May 28 - Music Sunday

9:30 AM   Worship

1:00 PM.   Fourth & Faith Reserved

Monday, May 29 - Memorial Day - Office Closed

12:00 PM. Fourth & Faith Reserved

Tuesday, May 30

6:30 PM      Cub Scouts/Webelos

Wednesday, May 31


Thursday, June 1

Friday, June 2

Saturday, June 3

3:00 PM.    Fourth & Faith Reserved

Sunday, June 4 - Graduates & Scholarship Recognition

9:30 AM.     Worship

10:30 AM.   Reception in Fellowship Center

11:00 AM.   Fourth & Faith Reserved



The Church Office & Building will be closed on Monday, May 29 in celebration of Memorial Day.


Summer Worship Schedule

Summer Worship will be held at 9:30 a.m. every Sunday beginning May 28 and running through September 10. 


Summer Hours for Church Office

Please note that the church office will be adjusting the hours of operation for the summer.  The office will be open from Monday – Friday from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.  The summer hours will take effect May 30 and run through September 5.

We’re Proud Of You! Graduates & Scholarships Recognition 

     We will be honoring our high school and college graduates along with our scholarship recipients next Sunday, June 4, at our 9:30 am service. Everyone is welcome. Please plan on attending to congratulate these graduates on all their hard work.   There will be a reception following the service in the Fellowship Center.

     We don’t want to miss anyone so please don’t assume that we already know. Thank You!You can contact the church office by email at  or by calling 330-364-4458. 


Save the Dates Laugh on the Lawn

      This summer, the Board of Christian Education has decided to take our Laugh on the Lawnprogram on the road. We have planned a variety of outings over the course of the summer that will hopefully appeal to everyone. These activities are open to anyone, and EVERYONE IS INVITED TO ATTEND!!      

     Please watch the weekly newsletters for more specific information about each individual event, including times, prices, and other information. We are looking forward to a summer of fun! Friday, June 23 – Trumpet in the Land Tuesday, June 27- trip to Akron Zoo Saturday, July 22 – Akron Rubber Ducks game August 13 – picnic at Tuscora Park


Chocolate Walk

     The Chocolate Walk is back!! Once again, St. John’s will be one of the Sweet Stops. The event will be held on Saturday, June 10 from 5-7:30 PM. I need your help. We were asked to provide 250 pieces of chocolate. Each donation must be wrapped individually before you bring it to the church. It does not matter what kind of chocolate you share. I would appreciate your donations by the end of the workday on Friday, June 9th in the Conference Room. 

   We will be set up in the Narthex. Tickets for the event are available at the Dover Public Library and The Emporium for $20. Tickets may also be purchased online at Eventbrite…Downtown Dover Chocolate Walk. This is a fun event for Dover and proceeds will benefit the Canal Dover Book Festival. Hope to see you there! 

Thanks for all your help!!  Belinda


FLOCK (Free Lunch fOr Christ’s Kids) & Blessing Box

Once again, St. John’s will be providing free brown bag lunches for children and adults in the church neighborhood and beyond, beginning Monday, June 12 and we will continue each Monday through August 21 from 11:00am through 1:00pm. The need is still there, and we will be out there helping feed those in need this summer.

     You can help by making donations of sandwich bags, snack sized bags, bags of carrots or fruit, small bags of chips, applesauce or pudding cups, granola bars or bottled water. Cash donations are also accepted.

     Also, the Blessing Box will continue to be filled with food. As I am sure you all know, groceries are much more expensive these days. Costs for the box have risen dramatically. The box is being used daily. Donations of laundry soap, peanut butter and jelly, cereals, granola bars, canned spaghetti-o’s, spaghetti sauce and noodles, canned fruit and vegetables, bread and applesauce cups would be appreciated. Please, no bags of beans. These are two important missions of St. John’s. Let’s continue our good works.

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