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Friends, as much as we would like to be in one location for worship, we have temporarily suspended in-person worship and other church events and groups. We will be posting a video message below this section of our website each Sunday. Visit the website after 9:30 am Sunday to view the current message. Please know that you are in our prayers. Although we aren’t physically present with each other, we still can be connected in prayer, care and through the phone and other technology. We will continue to monitor the impact of the Coronavirus to determine when in-person gatherings will resume.


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God bless you and keep you.

Pastor Marsha

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SPEAK NO EVIL

"Dialogue of Disciples"

MESSAGE SERIES

07.26 - 08.16.2020


How does our choice to center our lives on Jesus Christ affect what we say and how we say it? How can the way we speak and listen offer healing and hope? Connect through online worship this week as we focus on how we can Speak No Evil.


Questions?

Pastor Marsha | 417.623.2796 |

MESSAGE 08.09.2020

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SUNDAY WORSHIP

{When Activities Resume}

9 AM | Classic Worship

10 AM | Kids & Adult Discipleship

11 AM | Modern Worship

THE MISSION

Making New Disciples of Jesus Christ for the Transformation of the World


Jesus is at the center of everything we say, sing, pray, preach, and do. We believe it's impossible to encounter Jesus without coming away changed. Our goal is to be Jesus in the community and the world, so that our hearts and the hearts of those we serve might be transformed by the power of the holy spirit.

OUR STORY

We've been part of the fabric of the community that bears his name since the Reverend Harris G. Joplin, a Methodist circuit rider, made his way to the edge of the frontier back in the 1830’s and planted a congregation among the folks who had settled here. As the community grew so did we. In 1905 we opened the doors to a new house of worship at the corner of 4th and Byers Avenue, and those doors are still open today.


Turn the page. A lot has changed since then: styles, music, technology, even our building. But our commitment to sharing Christ with the community and the world has not. We are a unique blend of old and new, classic and modern, with a common love for Jesus and for you! Please join us and become part of writing the next chapter in this community of faith.