Friday Newsletter May 20, 2022

May 24, 2022

Please protect your neighbor 

Friends,
As we monitor the Covid virus we are seeing an increase in cases in our area. Just a reminder that if you are not feeling well, even if you think it is something as simple as a coldPLEASE STAY HOME and worship via Facebook. As usual,  masks and hand sanitizer are available at the church. Let's keep everyone safe and healthy.

Blessings,
Pastor Beth

Coffee With Pastor Beth
Coffee with Pastor Beth is canceled today (Friday, May 20). We will return to our regular schedule at MOTW next Friday, May 27.   

This Sunday at John KnoxYou're invited to join us this Sunday, May 22, 2022, at 9:00 a.m. for our Traditional Service or at 11:00 a.m. for our Contemporary Service. If you wish to join us online for worship, you may do so through Facebook Live. Click here to watch our streaming live services. Please note: You do not have to have a Facebook account to view our services. Our scriptures this Sunday are: Matthew 22:34-40 NIV and Exodus 20:17 

Celebrate Our Graduates - This Sunday  

We cel­ebrate with all of our church members who have family and friends marking this important milestone in their lives. We send out special congratulations to:


Charlie Viefhaus graduated from Brownsburg High School this May and will be attending the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, New York. Charlie will study culinary arts and food science.
 
Aiden Blaylock, who is the grandson of Joann Marasco, is graduating from Avon High School. He will go onto be a carpenter’s apprentice in Columbus, Indiana.
 
Chloe Gorrell, who is the granddaughter of Teresa Gorrell, will graduate from Avon High School on May 27th. She plans to attend the School of Science at IUPUI and would like to study either Sports Medicine or Physical Therapy. She was also accepted to IU and Ball State but will stay local this year.
 
Sophia Herman, who is the granddaughter of Pam and Dick Herman, will graduate from Avon High School on May 27. This summer she will continue working at Francesca’s, hanging out with friends, and just having fun before college classes start up. In August she will begin at Ivy Tech Community College studying medical imaging with a focus in Ultrasound.
 
Suneel Pitamber, who is the grandson of Mahmooda Pitamber, is graduating from Lawrence North High School on June 8. He will be attending IUPUI in the fall.
 
Karly Rae Ricketts, who is the great niece of Judy and Pete Ricketts, is graduating from Muscatine High School in Muscatine, Iowa today, May 22nd.  She will be attending the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the fall to study biology on the pre-med track and minor in Spanish.
 
Colson Wells is graduating from Pike High School and will attend Notre Dame University in the fall.
 
Maddie Andrews graduated Magna Cum Laude from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. She will be continuing her education at Xavier working on a doctorate in Occupational Therapy.
 
Mariah Judy graduated from the University of Indianapolis on May 7 with a degree in Exercise Science. She will be attending grad school this fall at the University of Indianapolis, getting her masters in Physical Therapy.
 
Erin Mansell graduated from Davidson College on May 15, with a dual bachelor’s degree in Biology and Music. Following graduation, Erin will be moving to Bethesda, Maryland, outside of Washington DC, to work as a post-baccalaureate fellow with the National Institutes of Health.
 
Spencer Wells is graduating from Notre Dame University with a degree in Computer Science. He is moving to Boston to work for Perceptive Automata, Inc., which designs software for automated vehicles.
 
Our prayers surround all the people who will be graduating this spring. May God grant guidance and support as they pursue their hopes and dreams!

New Member Class - This Sunday
Interested in becoming a member of John Knox? Or interested in finding out more information about our church? Join us for lunch and a conversation this Sunday immediately following the 2nd service. Please RSVP to the church office so we can have enough food.

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SERVICE TIMES
Sundays at 10am with an offering of fellowship or Church School at 11am

John Knox Presbyterian Church
3000 North High School Road | Indianapolis, Indiana 46224
(317) 291-0308