Community “SHRED AND BREAD” Event Success – Raised $1,000 for helping hands!

St Johns hosted a Community “SHRED AND BREAD” event on Saturday 1 October .  The customers that utilized the free shredding donated $1,000 to helping hands, as well as ~250 lbs. of non-perishable food items. Since the food banks can obtain food for around ~$0.20/lb., your generous donations will provide over 4,250 lbs. of food to the pantry, enough to support more than 350 families for a month. THANK YOU for your generosity. 

If you missed our event  and want to donate to Helping Hands anyway via credit card, follow our “Secure Donation Link” on this page and and select Miamisburg Helping Hands option. 100% percent of donations go to helping hands.

St Johns Updates our Youth Protection Guidelines

The Congregation of St Johns Lutheran Church, in coordination with the National Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and the ELCA Southern Ohio Synod, has unanimously adopted an update youth protection policy for activities involving minor children within the Congregation’s property. This naturally applies to our own youth program like Sunday School, but also applies to any organization utilizing our facilities on a regular basis for youth activities. Examples include our sponsored Girl Scout Troops and our Tamil Language School. If you are interested in reading the policy, please click here.

St Johns Welcomes the Dayton Tamil Language Academy

The Congregation of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Miamisburg is pleased to announce the return of the Dayton Tamil Academy to St Johns.  The Tamil Academy Language school teaches students  ranging in ages from pre-school through high school, and will be meeting in our teaching facilities most  Saturday Mornings from 10:30 am-12:30 pm local time beginning October 22nd through late April 2023.

Did you know that the Tamil Language is one of the oldest languages on the planet, with the earliest written forms dating back to ~3,000 BCE? As Miamisburg has a thriving Tamil community, we are pleased to partner with the Dayton Tamil Academy, and their charter to keep alive their rich written and oral language and traditions. If you would like more information about the Tamil Language Academy, follow this link to  https://https://daytonthamizhsangam.org/

We wish your academy all the best for the academic year 2022-2023!

Varavēṟpu (Welcome)!