“We Miss You!”

A Message from Pastor and Mrs. Monroe

Fellowship is one of the “cornerstones” of our ministry. It pains us that we cannot enjoy your presence, embrace you, and share a meal together. Your health and safety remains foremost in our heart. Therefore, we continue to  practice guidelines from the CDC and the State of Texas to slow down and prevent the spread of COVID-19. Be assured, as much as we miss being together with you for in-person worship, of paramount importance is your physical health and safety. This is an especially dangerous time for all communities; persons with  compromised immune systems, those who are convalescing, and our Seniors to mention a few. We encourage you to follow our safety practices of using gloves, face shields, hand sanitizer, washing your hands for no less than 20 seconds with hot water and soap. Use all of the precautions necessary to guard against contracting the virus, please. I know you are tired of this extremely decreased fun-filled lifestyle. It is human to want to get out, spend time with friends, family, and return momentarily to a state of “normalcy”. We have had our battle with that also, however, we realize that we must be the example for you and deny those urges to break with caution. We are prayerful and looking to a great “koinonia” celebration when restrictions are lifted and we can enjoy the full fellowship with you. Stay home, stay safe, and stay encouraged.

        Now thanks be unto God, which always causes us to triumph in Christ.” 

                                                                                                  2 Corinthians 2:14



Centers for Disease Control – State Of Texas Executive Order

Current safeguards allow for us to have 10 persons or less in a single space using social distancing. For health and safety social distance yourselves 6 feet or more.

Greater St. Johns Leadership and Officers

For everyone’s health and safety, all persons wanting entry into the building must adhere to being screened, completing a questionnaire, responsibly use personal protective equipment and you may be asked to sign a waiver. Voluntary entry is evidence that you are assuming the risk and are not holding Greater St. Johns leaders, officers, and membership liable.





Pastor Anthony & Mrs. Cheryl  Monroe  

We salute all “essential workers” who daily risk their health and lives protecting ours.

God bless you and your families.

Greater St Johns Prayer Request