GIVING UNTO THE LORD
Volunteer your Time
We love our volunteers. They help run the church, our fundraisers, serving projects and fun activities. They help decorate at Christmas, tend to our gardens, and host our coffee hours. They also serve on the council, planning committees and keep things organized.
Use your gifts for God and volunteer.
St. John's Servants
Each helping hand is an outreach to our members, our community and a service to Christ. We thank you.
"Every Hand Helps
Every One Matters."
Pray for one another
We believe in the power of prayer.Each service has a moment to share joys and concerns. We lift each other up, share each other's burdens and delight with thanksgiving for the joys. Join us in prayer for our community and country.
There are many ways big and small to help out at St John. You can bring a treat for coffee hour,
weed a flower bed, serve in the Children's Church, or volunteer to help out at a fundraiser.
Join us in one of our many community serving opportunities and
make a difference in someones life.
Palatine Township Food Pantry Drives • Apple Tree School Supplies • Thanksgiving Baskets • Feed My Starving Children • Heifer International • Adopt-A-Family Christmas Festival of Giving • Socks & Stuff for the Soul (homeless) • Halloween Trick or Treat Trail
Letters to our Men and Women in Service
If you are interested in helping or serving, let any church member know of your interest.
You can also email us at StJohnUCCPalatine@gmail.com.
Donations are always welcomed with a grateful heart. St John uses each donation to share the word of God, serve the local community, and keep his church as a beacon of light.
We have retired our Paypal account however you may send your donation gift to our church directly.
We thank you for your support.
Our Socks for the Sole basket gets filled over and over.
Donations are currently distributed to Connections for the Homeless. Donations can be dropped off Sunday mornings or anytime to the bins in the back of the church.
Below: All ready to serve at Feed My Starving Children.
Serving our church, our neighbors and our community. In doing so we find the joy in the Lord.
When someone asked us the best part of serving, the answer was, "The camaraderie of coming together to accomplish the goal and helping others."
Food Pantry donations for delivery.
Teaching sewing on a Global Volunteer
Mission trip in Cuba.