Small Faith Communities
We have had small faith communities at St. John the Baptist for 10 years and members of these communities have found them to be very enlightening and life giving. The small faith communities will resume their weekly/monthly gatherings in the Spring of 2018. The communities gather to pray, study, share faith and encourage each other in their faith life. Each community selects their own book or bible study. The faith communities meet on different days and times. Some meet at St. John’s and others meet in individual’s homes. These communities are always open to new members. If you are already a member please contact your facilitator and check on the plan for your community. If you would like to join a community the list is below. Or maybe you would like to start a new one! Just contact Eric Hollis at 513-367-9086 ext. 221 or email@example.com All the small faith community participants agree that the real value of the community is the community itself, and the God they know, love and serve in the center.
10:45 a.m. at St. John’s. Contact Ken Kromme 513-202-9399 (h) 513-675-9823 (c) or firstname.lastname@example.org Perfect time for PSR parents.
Current Study: The Women of The Old Testament" (Lifeway Christian Series)
10:00 a.m. in member’s homes. Contact Lynda Noel 513-367-9086 ext. 216.
Beginning in September for six weeks. Current study: Thomas Merton's "Bridges to Contemplative Living."
1:30 p.m. in the Adult Enrichment Center. Contact Ray Bruns 812-637-5242
Beginning in October for six weeks.
6:30 p.m. at Peg & Dale Schmeltzer’s home at 336 Harmony Dr. Contact Monica & Bernie Wrublewski 513-367-4120.
6:30 p.m. at Brenda Behr's house. Contact Jim Davis 513-353-3822, beginning in October for six weeks.
10:00 a.m. year round at Rose Humbert’s home, 4533 Perin Lane. 513-738-4871.
1:30 p.m. in the Community Room. Contact Sue & Terry Ferris 812- 637-3740.
Once a month on different nights in different members' homes. Contact Kat Lang 513-738-0771.
All the small faith community participants agree that the real value of the community is in the community itself and the God they know, love and serve in the center.