Service through Fellowship
Food Vouchers: Each Tuesday, the Benevolence Committee serves the community by holding a food voucher program. They will happily greet new volunteers. Learn more here.
Coffee & Connexions: The Garden Room at St. John's provides a welcome environment for members and guests as they gather on Sunday morning. Coffee and juice are always available.
Twelve Days of Christmas: Church members prepare and deliver twelve gift bags to the homebound members of the church.
United Methodist Women: The Dora Harris Circle meets the 4th Wednesday of each month (Sept. - May) at 9:30 a.m. for study and fellowship. The Dorothy Manning Circle meets the 4th Thursday of each month (Jan. - Oct.) at 6:30 p.m. for fellowship and dinner at local restaurants. General membership meetings are held the 2nd Wednesday of each month (September-May).
Soul Sisters: Women of all ages seek to find balance in their lives and grow closer to God. The group meets monthly for fun, fellowship and education. Three small discussion groups meet once a month and there is an annual retreat.
Prayer Shawl Ministry: Knitters and crocheters make shawls, scarves, and other items to give to those needing comfort, to recognize important life events, to provide warmth for those in need, and to raise money for St. John's benevolences. This fun group meets at 6:30 p.m. every Wednesday evening.
Quilters: This group quilts for pleasure, fellowship, and support of the benevolence fund at St. John's. They meet faithfully each Thursday at 9:30 a.m. in Room 114.
Chrismon Workshop: The group meets weekly on Wednesday evenings to bead beautiful new Chrismons for St. John's Christmas tree. No experience is necessary.
Interfaith Dialogue: Since 1985, St. John's has hosted this onehour brown-bag lunch on each fourth Tuesday at noon (except in December) during which people from multiple faith perspectives hear presentations and dialogue on topics which the group has chosen to consider.
Arts and Lecture Series: For many years St. John's has been recognized in Lubbock for sponsoring music, cultural, and educational programs of interest to the community.
Disciple Bible Study: Participants gain insight into their own faith and better comprehend God's work in their lives. There are several in-depth studies in the series: some long-term from 32-34 weeks and others short-term, 8 to 11 weeks. New classes are started periodically.
Advent and Lenten Studies: St. John's offers specialized studies based on the scriptures and themes of the Advent and Lenten seasons. Classes are offered as options for adults during the Sunday School hour for the number of weeks of each season.