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Job Opening: Administrative Assistant

Missouri UMC is seeking a part-time administrative assistant for accounting clerk duties and general office support.  Apply here!

Limited Mobility Parking to Increase on Sundays

The trustees are mindful that many of our members and visitors who need to park in the church lot on Sunday are unable to find a parking spot.  In an effort to address this need, we will be purchasing some portable handicapped parking signs that can be used on Sunday to increase the number of limited mobility spots available.   These signs should be in place by the first of September.                                   

Opportunity to Use Your Admin Gifts

Want to help the Missouri UMC office run like a well-oiled machine? Want to be a friendly face in the office and lend a hand for various administrative tasks?

Help VBS Fill an Ark for Heifer!

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Make a difference in hunger locally and globally

You can help the VBS children in their efforts to make a difference in hunger throughout the world. This year the children are collecting to fill an ark for Heifer International ($5,000) and to adopt a row at Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture ($1,500). This is a great way to make a difference in hunger locally and globally – if you would like to help, please make your check payable to MUMC and designate VBS Missions!

2016-2017 MUMC Concert Series

Season Tickets for the 2016-2017 MUMC Concert Series (Adults $35/Students $20) | Order tickets online

Wesley Festival - Sunday, Oct. 16 - 4pm (Adults $10/Students $5)

Board of Trustees Report June 2016

As the 2016 year is almost half over the Board of Trustees would like to share with you projects that have been completed so far this year and others that are still ongoing. We will send out another report at the end of the year.  If you have any questions regarding any of the projects please feel free to ask anyone on the Board of Trustees.  Members on the Board include: Don Gruenewald, Mary Beck, Lisa Lenoir, David Townsend, Gary Beahan and Amy Kate Lake.

We Are More in Missouri

The bishops of the South Central Jurisdiction have joined together to produce a campaign focused on stories that connect people and proclaim that #WeAreMore when united through Jesus Christ. Today the We Are More website launched a video featuring Kassie Bulen, a high school senior who is a member of Arbela UMC in the Mark Twain District. Watch the video of Kassie sharing her faith story at . The We Are More homepage is


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