TODAY, APRIL 7 IN THE ATRIUM
John Knox is hosting a sale of fair-trade crafts by Thai Village, an economic self-sufficiency program in Thailand. Through vocational training and employment Thai Village provides economic stability through Christian education and community-based programs. Our sale at Knox offers a marketplace to support the work of Thai Village artisans. Beautifully crafted jewelry, cards, toys, accessories, kitchen items, home décor and more will be displayed in the Atrium on Sunday morning. Perhaps you’ll find gifts for Easter baskets, Mother’s Day, graduation, or things useful for everyday.
To learn more about Thai Village visit www.thaivillage.org. Watch an artisan video to learn about how fair-trade helps people escape poverty, find a better life, and build Christ’s church in Thailand. www.thaivillage.org/videos-and-media
FOR CEDARHURST ELEMENTARY & MARY’S PLACE
JK GO: Serve and JK Kids are teaming up for a combined supply drive that benefits both the teachers at Cedarhurst Elementary and the families at Mary’s Place. Teachers are running out of supplies and certain items will help them finish out the school year. There are more than 160 people at the Burien Mary’s Place. Visit the post on Realm for a list of supplies. On the Realm Mobile App, click “yes” to sign-up for specific items. Boxes will be in the Narthex to receive your gifts April 7-21. If you have any questions about the requests please contact Nanci Leonard or Brad Lentz.
FACILITIES SPRING CLEAN
SATURDAY APRIL 13 | 9:00AM
Mark your calendars to help with Spring Clean! A great way to volunteer and help manicure the building and grounds at John Knox. All are welcome. This is a great way for your Life Group, family, friends and colleagues to get involved. Help prepare our property and grounds for Easter and warmer weather. Many in our community rely on our building not only as a place of worship but as a school, a gathering space for community groups, and ministry team meetings and events. Help keep our building and grounds looking fantastic for all who enter. Questions? Contact Hollie Jennings, Salli Talmadge, or Larry Bjork.
ANNUAL CAR WASH AND PANCAKE BREAKFAST FUNDRAISER
PLEASE SUPPORT THE SR. HIGH BELIZE MISSION TRIP
Come get your car washed, or have breakfast, or have your car washed while you eat breakfast! Join us on April 27 from 8:00am -11:30am. Tickets are $7.50 each and are available from students, in the office, or at the door! All proceeds help the Senior High Mission trip to help churches in Belize.
ALL-CHURCH CHRISTIAN FORMATION CLASSES
EXPERIENCE A TIME OF LEARNING TOGETHER
Coming this spring, John Knox is offering Christian Formation classes for all ages between worship services. For six weeks from May 5 through June 9 there is something for everyone from the youngest among us through adults. Classes will take place from 9:40am to 10:20am. Second service will begin at 10:30am for the six week period. The class for adults will be taught by Rev. James Mead, author of Jesus And. Books are available at the Welcome Center Sundays and online.