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Pastor's Blog

A Word from Pastor Darren

“WHATEVER YOU DO, WHETHER IN SPEECH OR ACTION, DO IT ALL IN THE NAME OF THE LORD JESUS AND GIVE THANKS TO GOD THE FATHER THROUGH HIM.” Colossians 3:17 Dear Church Family, I was talking with someone about the work of the church when he laughed and said, “Sounds like most of what you do is not for you.”  It surprised me because I...Read More

Pastor Update

8/13 UPDATE: Dr Jerry Chism will not be able to assume his role as pastor of St John's due to health issues. Our District Superintendent, Brad Brittain, along with our Bishop, Mike Lowry, have commenced the search to find us a new pastor. Bishop Lowry will be here next Sunday, preaching all three services. If you have questions or...Read More

"Advent: A Holy and Sacred Beginning"

As Christians, we began the new year yesterday with the first Sunday of Advent. It is a bold and declarative statement to the world that being a follower of Christ means that we live our lives rooted in the work and presence of God through God's Holy Spirit. We dare to believe and live in a sacred and holy relationship led by God and defined by...Read More

What's Next?

On Wednesday evening, June 1, our church body gathered together in the sanctuary for a church conference. Led by our District Superintendent, Dr. Clifton Howard, we voted regarding the 5 prescriptions offered to us by the Healthy Church Initiative Consultant team. After some stirring music by our choir and the passage from Philippians 3:12-14 to...Read More

Following God's Lead

This coming Sunday, May 22 during the 11:00 am worship we will be honoring our seniors. This is a high and holy time in the life of the church. Many of these students have grown up in this congregation. Many of them made their decision of faith here. And now we prepare to send them out into the world to follow where God leads them next on their...Read More

Sermons

Who is My Neighbor?

October 18, 2015 - "Who is My Neighbor?" Scripture Luke 10:25-37 (NRSV)

"Who is My Neighbor?" from StJohnsUMC_GTTX on Vimeo.

Look for pastor's commentary here.


Holding On, or Letting Go!

October 11, 2015 - "Holding On, or Letting Go!" Scripture Matthew 25:14-30 (NRSV)

"Holding On, or Letting Go!" from StJohnsUMC_GTTX on Vimeo.

Look for pastor's commentary here.


What is Wrong with This Picture?

October 4, 2015 - "What is Wrong with This Picture?" Scripture Mark 12:41-44 (NRSV)

"What is Wrong with This Picture?" from StJohnsUMC_GTTX on Vimeo.

Look for pastor's commentary here.


What is Missing?

September 27, 2015 - "What is Missing?" Scripture Matthew 19:16-22 (NRSV)

"What is Missing?" from StJohnsUMC_GTTX on Vimeo.

Look for pastor's commentary here.


Mission Minute with Sam Berg & Jacob Epps

September 20, 2015 - "Mission Minute with Sam Berg & Jacob Epps" "Mission Minute with Sam Berg & Jacob Epps" from StJohnsUMC_GTTX on Vimeo.

Look for pastor's commentary here.


A Word from Pastor Darren

“WHATEVER YOU DO, WHETHER IN SPEECH OR ACTION, DO IT ALL IN THE NAME OF THE LORD JESUS AND GIVE THANKS TO GOD THE FATHER THROUGH HIM.” Colossians 3:17 Dear Church Family, I was talking with someone about the work of the church when he laughed and said, “Sounds like most of what you do is not for you.”  It surprised me because I...Read More

Pastor Update

8/13 UPDATE: Dr Jerry Chism will not be able to assume his role as pastor of St John's due to health issues. Our District Superintendent, Brad Brittain, along with our Bishop, Mike Lowry, have commenced the search to find us a new pastor. Bishop Lowry will be here next Sunday, preaching all three services. If you have questions or...Read More

"Advent: A Holy and Sacred Beginning"

As Christians, we began the new year yesterday with the first Sunday of Advent. It is a bold and declarative statement to the world that being a follower of Christ means that we live our lives rooted in the work and presence of God through God's Holy Spirit. We dare to believe and live in a sacred and holy relationship led by God and defined by...Read More

What's Next?

On Wednesday evening, June 1, our church body gathered together in the sanctuary for a church conference. Led by our District Superintendent, Dr. Clifton Howard, we voted regarding the 5 prescriptions offered to us by the Healthy Church Initiative Consultant team. After some stirring music by our choir and the passage from Philippians 3:12-14 to...Read More

Following God's Lead

This coming Sunday, May 22 during the 11:00 am worship we will be honoring our seniors. This is a high and holy time in the life of the church. Many of these students have grown up in this congregation. Many of them made their decision of faith here. And now we prepare to send them out into the world to follow where God leads them next on their...Read More

Who is My Neighbor?

October 18, 2015 - "Who is My Neighbor?" Scripture Luke 10:25-37 (NRSV)

"Who is My Neighbor?" from StJohnsUMC_GTTX on Vimeo.

Look for pastor's commentary here.


Holding On, or Letting Go!

October 11, 2015 - "Holding On, or Letting Go!" Scripture Matthew 25:14-30 (NRSV)

"Holding On, or Letting Go!" from StJohnsUMC_GTTX on Vimeo.

Look for pastor's commentary here.


What is Wrong with This Picture?

October 4, 2015 - "What is Wrong with This Picture?" Scripture Mark 12:41-44 (NRSV)

"What is Wrong with This Picture?" from StJohnsUMC_GTTX on Vimeo.

Look for pastor's commentary here.


What is Missing?

September 27, 2015 - "What is Missing?" Scripture Matthew 19:16-22 (NRSV)

"What is Missing?" from StJohnsUMC_GTTX on Vimeo.

Look for pastor's commentary here.


Mission Minute with Sam Berg & Jacob Epps

September 20, 2015 - "Mission Minute with Sam Berg & Jacob Epps" "Mission Minute with Sam Berg & Jacob Epps" from StJohnsUMC_GTTX on Vimeo.

Look for pastor's commentary here.


 


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