Newsletter Week of July 31st

Newsletter Week of July 31st

Youth Group

Mission Monday – Monday, August 7th beginning at 9AM we will do some projects around the church building. Lunch will be provided, but please bring $2. We will be done at 2PM.

Next Wednesday, August 9th, is our last MidWeek Summer Study. We will be taking some time off prior to starting our School Year Programming.

If you are not currently receiving email or text alerts about our youth events, please contact Abby at or 573.338.5803 to get signed up.

Conversations with the Pastor

If you’d still like to take part in our Conversations with the Pastor, there is time left.

Sign Up for your Conversation with the Pastor HERE

Ladies Bible Study

Ladies, please join us at 9:30 on Tuesday mornings beginning September 5th for a new bible study. We will be studying 1 Peter: A living Hope in Christ by Jen Wilkin. In 1 Peter, a man of faith and flaws and eyewitness to the life of Christ challenges us to look beyond our current circumstances to a future inheritance.

Please sign up in the office or email Beth Halsell at if you would like to participate, so we can order enough books.

Life Line screening at Faithbridge

Life Line Screening, a leading provider of community-based preventive health screenings will be in our community on Monday, August 21, 2017 at Faithbridge Church. Being proactive about your health by knowing your risks helps you and your doctor address problems early.

Register online TODAY at and receive your “Community Circle” discount and your Preferred Appointment!

Ways to Get Connected

The next Hope House Volunteer Days are August 2nd (Wed.), 4th (Fri.), 5th (Sat.), and 30th (Wed.) from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

The Hospitality Team is looking for a few friendly people. There will be a brief informational meeting for anyone who might be interested in joining the team on Sunday, August 13th immediately following the service. For more information please email Bonnie Wood at

Pastor’s Piece

This week we’ll begin our new sermon series called Deeper Waters. We’ll be looking into the stories that happened in Jesus’ life when he was at the lake. This week we find the disciples tired and frustrated after a wasted night trying to earn a living as fishermen. Jesus interrupted them as they were ready to call it quits, and he had a suggestion. How often do we really welcome interruptions in our lives? Especially interruptions from Jesus? So often, when Jesus enters our lives, he calls us to go into Deeper Waters with Him, and he interrupts us- causes us a bit of discomfort- and turns our lives upside down.

Blessed to bless,

Pastor Andy