Church Life News

BBQ & Movie Night on Aug. 4

The Family Ministries Team will host an All-Church BBQ and Movie Night on Tuesday, Aug. 4. Join us in the parking lot at 4 p.m. for food, fun and games followed by a movie in the MPR suitable for all ages!

Author to Visit UMW Book Club

George Hodgman, the author of the New York Times best-selling memoir, Bettyville, will be a guest at the United Methodist Women Book Club on Wednesday, July 8 at 10 a.m. in the CLC Atrium. For more information, contact Marsha Sergent at marshasergent8@gmail.com.

 

Adult study on Sunday mornings

The Crosswalk adult Sunday small group has just begun studying Christianity and World Religions: Wrestling with Questions People Ask by Adam Hamilton. You are invited to join them! If you have questions, contact the leader Jenny Keely at keelyjl@health.missouri.edu. Try Crosswalk Sunday mornings at 10-10:50 a.m. in CLC 110.

 

Messenger 6-29-15 (print edition)

It's here! Click on the link below to read a PDF of the mailed version. Sign up to receive the email Messenger at www.moumc.org/subscribe.

Pastor's Corner June 29: Growing Deeply, a daily scripture guide

Fellow Faith Journeyers:

What a blessing to be here with you as we walk into a new beginning. I have the privilege of serving alongside you as we grow deeply in Christ. One way we do that is by reading and applying scripture. Last Sunday Rev. Kendall introduced Growing Deeply, a daily scripture guide. The guide roots us in the scripture from the sermon as well as prepares our hearts for the sermon that is come.  Simply put, scriptures Monday through Wednesday highlight the sermon you’ve heard.  Thursday through Saturday scriptures will ready us for the following week’s message.

July 25: Puppy Wash for Turning Point

Turning Point Ministries, in conjunction with Wilkes Blvd. United Methodist Church, will be holding its first annual “Puppy Wash” on Saturday, July 25 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the church parking lot at 702 Wilkes Blvd. Proceeds will benefit Turning Point Ministries to benefit the homeless in our community. The cost will be $5 for small breed dogs and $10 for large breed dogs. There will also be food, drinks and games for the kids. Contact Terisa Sleet or Dinesa Morris of Turning Point Ministries on Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to noon at 573-214-4077.

Pastor's Corner June 22: Welcome New Pastors

 

I am grateful for your faithfulness to God’s ongoing work at Missouri UMC, and especially during this time of transition.  You have said goodbye to Revs.  Amy, Larry and Molly, and have celebrated their gifts and contributions to this community of faith.  I know that you will join me as we continue to pray for them as they start they continue their journey with God in new places. 

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